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Ralf Without Shaw, Scott, Cavani, Sancho In How United Vs West Ham May Line-up With A 3-4-1-2 Set-up

Manchester United are preparing to face West Ham in tomorrow's premier league encounter. The red's in last outing against Brentford in London picked three important points with a 1-3 scoreline.

Meanwhile Ralf Rangnick is happy to welcome back a versatile midfielder Pogba back to training. Especially after a long three months thigh injury to the 28 year old Frenchman.

So is Maguire did make an appearance for United last week against the Bees in what Rangnick was trying to manage the game in favour of his team. But contrary to some good news, still Scott was replaced after the latter went down in what looked like a back problem.

Bailly is still away with Ivory Coast for AFCON duties as Sancho missed Brentford fixture. With a personal emergency, proving too vital as he attended a funeral.

Luke Shaw is nursing a hamstring problem so is the Uruguayan international Cavani, with a muscle injury. While Wan Bissaka is struggling with an illness and could be available possibly after the international break.

Therefore a look into how Ralf may line-up his team in which we consider United without the said players. In the treatment room including Paul who is not ready to feature in this fixture due to lack of match fitness.

In between the sticks Ralf may start with David who's been excellent since the beginning of the season. As Varane, Maguire and Victor complete the last three to protect the keeper.

A midfield of Dalot, Fred, Matic and Telles is likely to be deployed with Bruno ahead of them. Cristiano will lead the lines together with Rashford who scored in the last game after a long drought.

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