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REVEALED: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's daring decision that could ignite Manchester United vs Leeds

Ole Gunnar Solsjaker will not be looking to repeat a 3-1 loss to Crystal Palace in the opening Premier League game of the 2020-2021 season against Leeds. With this in mind, Ole Gunnar has the difficult chore of putting together a good lineup for their first Premier League match against unpredictable Leeds on Saturday.

According to the MEN (Manchester Evening News), although Ole Gunnar Solsjaker has a plethora of players to choose from for his starting lineup on Saturday, the difficult task is deciding who to start with, given that he will be unable to select Marcus Rashford and Edinson Cavani. Because Marcus Rashford is unavailable, MEN believes Jadon Sancho will make his full-game debut on the right wing, a move that might reignite the Old Trafford chants, making Manchester United use their 12th man to outclass Leeds. In the other forward positions, Solskjaer may have little choice than to rely on Martial as his center striker, with Greenwood most probably alternating with Martial in the center forward position and on the left wing.

It's unclear whether Ole Gunnar will utilize the 4-3-3 formation this weekend, but if he does, he'll be able to choose from a totally fit and crowded midfield. Raphael Varane, who is said to be ready to play in the English Premier League, could potentially make a surprise appearance.

De Gea, Bissaka, Maguire, Lindelof, Shaw, Matic, Bruno Fernandes, Pogba, Sancho, Martial, and Greenwood might be in United's starting lineup. There is no guarantee that the players listed above will start in midfield, as Fred, Mctominay, or Van De Beek might also be in the starting lineup.

What are your thoughts on the starting lineup for Manchester United's match versus Leeds? Please share your ideas in the comments section below. (source: MEN)

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