Pictures: Man United stars including Garner, Mengi & Rashford working hard in training ahead of game vs Sevilla

Pictures: Man United stars including Garner, Mengi & Rashford working hard in training ahead of game vs Sevilla
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Man United are gearing up for a huge game vs Sevilla this coming Sunday, with the Red Devils being put through their paces in training before the Europa League clash.

It goes without saying, this game is huge. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made a habit of reaching cup semi-finals this season, three to be precise. Now, it’s time for his Manchester United team to go one better.

Sevilla are no pushovers. In fact, it’s pretty fitting that it’s them we’re going against. *That* tie against the Spanish side in the Champions League under Jose Mourinho is still pretty painful to think about. Solskjaer has a chance to right those wrongs.

Anyway, ahead of the game, the lads have been putting in the work in training. My first thought was that it’s great to see Marcus Rashford in amongst it, particularly after he limped off the field on Monday night. There was also a spot in the session for the likes of Teden Mengi and James Garner.

Check out the snaps of the latest Man United training session before the game vs Sevilla:
Tired Red Devils?

It’s fair to say that’s our main concern at the moment. Our lads looked absolutely shattered at full-time of the game against Copenhagen. Hopefully, that’s a result of not playing in a fortnight before going for 120 minutes.

However, the end to the Premier League campaign was brutal. I wouldn’t be surprised to see some more tired legs during this one. I just hope that we have enough left in the tank to get the result we need.

Team selection?

We have our usual predicted XI coming up later in the week, though expect to see a few changes made here. I’d like to see Scott McTominay get the nod due to his mobility, though Nemanja Matic was also rested last time out.

Another big dilemma is Eric Bailly or Victor Lindelof. For me, I’d go for the former, but don’t be surprised to see Solskjaer go back to what he knows with the Ice Man.

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