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How United May Line-up Vs City In EPL Derby After Latest Injury Updates From Erik ten Hag Squad

Manchester United are looking forward to challenging City with the two clubs meeting at the Etihad Stadium this weekend in a Premier League fixture. The red's in this season already lost to Brighton and Brentford in a big blow to Erik ten Hag.

While Pep Guardiola has seen summer signing Erling Haaland in a good start already scored 11 goals. The United side as well is looking forward to see if possible the Frenchman, Martial. Could be available for selection after picking up a knee injury when the red's took on Liverpool at Old Trafford in Premier League game.

Erik ten Hag has now another player out after Southgate had the red's fans receive the news of Maguire had an injury after Three Lions 3-3 draw against Germany this week in a friendly fixture. Shaw was a well used player in England team during this two-week break which gives Erik ten Hag a huge boost.

We take a look into how Erik ten Hag may line-up his troops as David de Gea may start from the bench. And so is a last line of defence having Dalot, Varane, Lisandro Martinez and Tyrell in a 4-3-3 formation.

A midfield of Scott, Eriksen and Bruno to control the game with an attacking trio of Sancho, Rashford and Antony to score the important goals for the visitors. The 37-year-old Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo may have to warm the bench at least to be possibly involved later in the game.

So is a huge expectation of Martial to start from the bench if his given a clean bill of health by the club doctors and manager. A well playing Casemiro, Luke Shaw, Victor, Van de Beek and Elanga are most likely to be in the squad as well.

Fred could have played well previously under Ralf Rangnick but as the recent performances are concerned. It's more likely to as well pave way for others to start ahead of the Brazilian man.

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