Manchester United are putting the pressure on the sides above them in the top four race and they’re not letting up.
Next, an away game against Claudio Ranieri’s Fulham. The fixture will no doubt be an extremely tough one with The Cottagers fighting for their lives, but you’d expect Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side to come out on top – particularly after a rare week’s rest.
With that in mid, I don’t expect to see too many changes made by the Baby Faced Assassin, but let’s go through our predicted starting line-up in full…
David de Gea will obviously play in goal. I actually think he’ll be tested more than we’d like this weekend, but hopefully, he’ll be at his best.
Luke Shaw will continue to play at left-back as he enjoys a great season, which is largely down to remaining injury-free. Opposite him, Diogo Dalot could come back into the team, giving Ashley Young a well-earned rest before Paris Saint-Germain visit Old Trafford. Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof were both excellent last time out. Why break up that partnership?
Nemanja Matic has been a real beast of late and we’re going to need him to protect the back four once again. Ander Herrera will bring the energy, while Paul Pogba’s creativity is going to be vital.
Jesse Lingard will get the nod ahead of Juan Mata due to his pace, while Anthony Martial comes back into the starting line-up following injury. Marcus Rashford leads the line.