Manchester United are taking on Hammers in a tough premier league encounter this evening at Old Trafford as the red's are coming from a 1-3 win over Brentford. In last week fixture, but the United team is without a good number of players for various reasons.
Victor is back in his country Sweden after his house in Manchester was broken into while he was playing for United last week against the Bees. Wan Bissaka is down with illness and so is Shaw with a knock.
Pogba is back in training after recovering from a thigh injury, but this fixture comes too early now. Sancho is back as well for training yesterday after attending the funeral of one of close family members last week.
The England International is not in good state of mind for the Hammers visit. But Cavani and Ronaldo are as well available for selection after they were doubts as with different injury concerns previously, ahead of the match.
In between the sticks David de Gea still trusted to try contain any threat from David Moyes strikers. While a very much strong defensive line of Dalot, Varane, Alex and Maguire has the responsibility to keep a clean sheet.
Scott, Fred and Bruno continue there excellent display in the midfield. With wide players of Greenwood and the young star Elanga helping striker Cristiano in the attacking threat in the team. Cavani starts from the bench and so is Matic, Martial and Rashford.
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