Manchester United's new head coach Rangnick will be spearheading his first match on Sunday when the Red Devils will be facing Crystal Palace. The German tactician is expected to come up with his new tactics and a slight change in the first 11 is likely to be experienced as he tries to understand his first ix.
Being his first game, Rangnick will be looking to continue with the 4-2-3-1 formation where he will use four defenders, two defensive midfielders, one attacking midfielder, two wingers, and one attacker.
Below is the predicted Lineup for the game:
David de Gea will continue to keep his spot following his stunning performance in the recent games.
Using the back four systems, the German tactician will be looking to bring back Wan-Bissaka who was out nursing an injury, Victor Lindelof is expected to start alongside Captain Harry Maguire at the heart of United’s defense. Alex Telles could continue at left-back with Luke Shaw still out with a head injury.Manchester United vs Crystal Palace on LIVENow | Goal.com"/>
Following a stunning performance over the week, Fred is expected to keep his place alongside Scott McTominay. Bruno Fernandes will continue in the attacking midfield role after an impressive performance against Arsenal on Thursday night.
After rediscovering his mojo, Jadon Sancho will be given a node ahead of Greenwood where he will partner with Rashford and Ronaldo in the attack. This new formation will be a great test for the German tactician as he looks to identify who will be his first IX going forward.
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