Liverpool will be traveling to Old Trafford on Sunday to face Manchester United in the big EPL Match of the weekend.
With Manchester United being affected by a number of injuries to first team players, below is how their line up might look like against Jurgen Klopp's men:
In goal, Ole Gunnar Solskjear should keep David De Gea who has been back to his form and produced a memorable double save against Atalanta on Wednesday.
BACK FOUR DEFENCE
Man United's defence is expected to be the same. This means Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw will operate on either side of Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire with Raphael Varane injured.
Fred and Scott McTominay also produced stunning results in UEFA and are set to sit in the defending midfield.
Paul Pogba will benefit position 10 with Bruno Fernandes doubtful to face Liverpool after picking up a minor injury.
With Marcus Rashford out again, Jesse Lingard will be gunning to face Liverpool and Ole Gunnar should consider him on the left wing where he operated on loan at West Ham United.
This means Jadon Sancho will be on the bench with Mason Greenwood being fielded on the right wing and Cristiano Ronaldo as a center forward.
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