Manchester United Football Club face Arsenal at the Emirates this evening, with a place in the fifth round at stake.
The game itself will be a hard-fought encounter against a classy team, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hoping that his winning run can continue.
Before the game, though, the Reds have seemingly been dealt a blow as David de Gea hasn’t travelled with the lads to North London. I’m sure we’ll hear more about why later, but for now, let’s take a look at the starting line-up.
In goal, Sergio Romero starts with Lee Grant on the bench. Ashley Young captains the side from right-back, with Luke Shaw starting opposite him on the left. Victor Lindelof partners Eric Bailly at the heart of the back four.
Nemanja Matic plays at the base of the midfield and he’ll no doubt be tasked with doing his defensive duties. Ander Herrera will be his usual, busy self, allowing Paul Pogba to do what he does best; get forward and carve out openings.
Solskjaer has made changes in the final third. The only attacker who keeps his place from last time out is Jesse Lingard. Both Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial drop to the bench, with Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez coming into the side.