Manchester United are set to travel to London's Stamford Bridge for the much anticipated match against Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea in the English Premier league match day thirteen.
The Red Devils who have made several changes to their managerial department are set to be managed by Michael Carrick, but Ralf Rangnick offered some tactical advice to Carrick ahead of the match, as per Fabrizio Romano.
According to reliable sources close to Manchester United, Manchester United could line up in two different ways because of the injuries and suspensions some of the top players have, Harry Maguire red card, Raphaël Varane and Paul Pogba injuries.
In the first predicted selection; Diogo Dalot, Fred and Eric Bailly to be recalled after missing out on the weekday's match against Villareal in the UEFA Champions league.
In the second line up, Marcus Rashford to play upfront with Cristiano Ronaldo, Scott McTominay, Nemanja Matic and Van de Beek in midfield, Alex Telles and Aaron Wan Bissaka to be deployed as full backs, Eric Bailly, Victor Lindelof and Luke Shaw to play in center back.
Which will be the best formation?
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