Manchester united will be back again this saturday in the English premier league campaign against aston villa. So far the red devils are in good form since the start of the season, having managed to collect 13 points in five games and scoring 13 goals more than any club as per now. In a typical situation last weekend against the hammers westham, united survived with a 2-1 win, thanks to the good work from jesse lingard and david degea penalty first save since 2016.
in the defence we expect the backline to remain the same as it was last weekend with luke shaw, raphael varane, Harry maguire and bissaka expected to partner.
In the midfield paul pogba and scott mc tomney are expected to dominate the proceedings,, in the forward line bruno fernendez,mason greenword jadon sancho are predicted that they might stand a chance during the match with bruno leading the attack formation.
Aside from Cavani and marcus rashford who currently are battling up to be back in fit,,the last man standing cristiano ronaldo is expected to be back in the frontline despite oleggunnar not featuring him in wensday night loss against the hammers.
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