Manchester United Football Club have been flying high over the last week. Today, the Red Devils get the chance to top their Europa League group and give themselves an easier (on paper at least) tie in the round of 32.
Tonight’s game against AZ Alkmaar will decide our fate, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer naming a relatively strong starting XI for the clash – as he looks to keep the momentum rolling.
The team news is in, as always via the @ManUtd Twitter account, with a team that’s surely good enough to get the job done with the Old Trafford crowd behind them.
Sergio Romero comes into the team in place of David de Gea. No doubt the Argentine is relishing the chance to show everyone what he can do.
Ashley Young captain’s the side at right-back, with Brandon Williams coming back into the team after missing the last couple of fixtures. Harry Maguire gets the nod, with Axel Tuanzebe coming into the team.
Nemanja Matic returns from injury and is involved. I’m really looking forward to see how James Garner gets on, with Andreas Pereira starting – presumably further afield.
Anthony Martial continues to lead the line. Juan Mata plays off one flank, with Mason Greenwood completing the starting line-up.