The International break has finaly ended. Players are currently heading to their various clubs where they are focusing on preparing for the weekend matches.
Manchester United is one of those clubs expecting its players who were on international duty back for training. However their seems to be a little crisis at Old Traford as some of their key players are on injury.
Manchester United Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer came up with a new formation kwown as the 3-4-1-2. The formation involves three Centre Backs, Right and Left Wing Backs, Two Central Defending midfielders, One attacking midfielders and two centre fowards.
This formation seems to be affected by the injuries of Raphael Verane who is a centre back, Luke Shaw (Left Back), Edinson Cavani (Centre Foward), Paul Pogba and Scott Mc Tominay who are central defending midfielders.
Raphael Verane has an hamstring injury. He will be back early December 2021. Mc Tominay has a virus while Luke Show is still doubtful as he has a concussion.
Manchester United will be facing Watford in their gameweek 12 English Premier League match on Saturday 20th November 2021 at 6:00PM.
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