The team news is now in, and Jose Mourinho has gone extremely strong in terms of his selections for the first leg against FC Rostov. I think the manager’s hand was forced in some ways, particularly with Zlatan Ibrahimovic getting a domestic ban – so he was always going to start.
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Manchester United’s team news for their big game is in. Jose Mourinho has gone supremely strong for the EFL Cup final against Southampton, and you wouldn’t expect anything less. This is a real chance to get our first piece of silverware under the new coach, and it’d really boost morale and belief.
As we all know, Manchester United hold an extremely commanding 3-0 lead from the first leg against Saint-Etienne, with Jose Mourinho’s boys looking comfortable. However, the manager is taking the return match super seriously judging by his team selection.
Manchester United are vying for a place in the quarter-finals in the oldest cup competition in history this afternoon, when they take on Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park. The game obviously won’t be easy, but you’d fully expect the Red Devils to progress.
The starting eleven is in, and Jose Mourinho has made a couple of changes to rotate the team somewhat. The manager has chosen to bring Sergio Romero back into the fold, choosing to give David de Gea a well-earned rest. Jose has also brought Marouane Fellaini into the side, with Henrikh Mkhitaryan dropping out.
Manchester United simply have to get a result this weekend, with a visit to Leicester City next on the agenda. Obviously, the game against the current Premier League champions won’t be easy, despite them being in their own precarious situation right now.
Manchester United are without a win in two Premier League games, and it feels like momentum in that competition has been halted somewhat recently. In just under one hour, Jose Mourinho’s men take on Hull City, with a real chance to get back to winning ways.
Manchester United take on Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup fourth round this afternoon, with Jose Mourinho’s men aiming to progress in a comfortable manner. As expected, the boss has rung the changes for this one, to give some squad and rotational players a chance to prove their worth.
Manchester United could well be on their way to another Wembley final in just over one month’s time, but that all rides on tonight’s fixture against Hull City. Jose Mourinho’s side leads 2-0 from the first leg, but it is clear the manager is desperate to ensure safe progression judging by the line-up he has picked.
Manchester United head to Stoke, to play one of their toughest away fixtures of the season. Mark Hughes’ Potters side have been pretty good recently, and it won’t be easy for Jose. The line-ups are in, and the gaffer has made a few changes to the team.