Manchester United are looking forward to facing Bournemouth in the Premier League encounter this evening at Old Trafford. A well playing Lisandro Martinez has missed Manchester United matches since the end of Qatar World Cup tournament in the last month.
This was due to accorded time to celebrate the win of the big trophy in the world of football with his country men. However as per Sunsport report the latter is now back at Carrington training center ahead of Bournemouth fixture.
According to the same report he can be involved tonight but as per previous outings for the red's the Dutch international boss at Old Trafford preferred the partnership of Luke Shaw and the high profile Varane and have played well enough.
If the boss decades to change then we may see David in the post as well as Luke Shaw, Varane, Lisandro Martinez and the now impressive Wan-Bissaka in the last line of defence.
In the midfield a possibility of Casemiro, Eriksen and Bruno to continue controlling the game. A front three of Rashford, Antony as well as Martial is highly likely to feature especially with the likes of Sancho looking more likely to start from the bench in this fixture.
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