Predicted 4-2-3-1 Manchester United line-up to face Bournemouth
The Red Devils are on a high since the return of Anthony Martial from a long injury which kept him out of action for almost six gameweeks.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United are coming into the clash against Bournemouth on the back of a 2-1 win vs Chelsea in the Carabao Cup and a 3-1 victory over Norwich City last weekend. The Norwegian manager will want to keep this momentum going.
Midfielder Paul Pogba is injured until December, while Luke Shaw is yet to recover fully from a hamstring injury. Youngster Axel Tuanzebe is suffering from a hip injury and is likely to miss the weekend’s clash.
Predicted Man United XI
David De Gea (GK)
The Spaniard has played all possible Premier League minutes this season and is likely to continue between the sticks.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (RB)
The former Crystal Palace full-back has impressed the most for the Red Devils since his arrival during the summer window. He has established his position and should start unchallenged.
Victor Lindelof (CB)
The Swedish defender is yet to find his perfect combination with Harry Maguire but is the most likely player to start once again.
Harry Maguire (CB)
Maguire should continue in the heart of the defence and will be hoping to add a clean sheet to his tally.
Ashley Young (LB)
Young will be leading the Red Devils from the back and the versatile fullback is assured to start given Shaw and Tuanzebe’s unavailability.
Scott McTominay (CDM)
McTominay has risen to the occasion and his performances have cemented his place in the starting line-up.
Solskjaer has backed the Brazilian to fill up the gap left by Pogba but his performances and he hasn’t disappointed.
Daniel James (RW)
The Wales international has been impressive so far this season and has already scored three goals. He has featured in all Premier League games this season and is likely to continue.
Andreas Pereria (CAM)
The Red Devils lack a proper creative midfielder but the Brazilian is a talented player and is likely to retain his place.
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Marcus Rashford (LW)
The England international has found his form back and will be riding on high confidence from the stunning free-kick he scored against Chelsea. He will be taking up the role on the left-wing.
Anthony Martial (ST)
The Frenchman has made United alive again and there is no chance Solskjaer will take a chance by keeping him on the bench.