Manchester United are set to face a tough Liverpool side in this coming Monday night football. With the red's already lost two of Premier League fixtures against Brighton and Brentford with the new manager Erik ten Hag still to test victory since his appointment this summer.
Meanwhile as the manager played both Maguire and Lisandro in his last line of defence in the two fixtures. And have conceded 6 goals so far there is the possibility of changing the formation to try help the team keep a clean sheet.
We take a look into how a 3-4-3 formation may help the 52-year-old gaffer to go past Klopp and his troops and pick all 3 points. In between the sticks the manager may stick with David de Gea and a defence line of Lisandro Martinez, Varane and Victor with Maguire having to start from the bench.
In midfield we could see Eriksen, Van de Beek and Scott to help Bruno in playing through balls to striker. And control the game from that area as an attacking side may have Sancho, Martial and Rashford to score goals for the home side.
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