Manchester United Football Club have the perfect opportunity to book their place in the knockout stages of the 2019/20 Europa League this evening.
Partizan Belgrade are the opponents, and no doubt they’ll come to Old Trafford in confident mood, looking to upset the applecart.
Anyway, the United starting XI has been confirmed by the club’s official Twitter account, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer taking the decision to make four changes to the team from last time out.
Sergio Romero starts in between the sticks in place of David de Gea. The Spaniard isn’t even in the squad for this one so hopefully, he’ll be well-rested for the game this weekend.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka keeps his place in the right-back position as the Englishman looks to return to full fitness. On the opposite flank, Ashley Young also starts as he’s banned for this weekend’s game against Brighton. Harry Maguire gets the nod alongside Marcos Rojo.
Scott McTominay plays in the holding midfield role, while Fred also starts in what looks like a two-man midfield.
What’s interesting here is that both Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford start. I’d imagine the former will play as the striker while the latter will start from on the left-wing. Mason Greenwood will play from the right while Juan Mata will start from in the #10 slot.