Manchester United Football Club kicked off their Premier League season with two businesslike victories. Jose Mourinho’s mantra is already in full effect, and the players have certainly taking a liking to their new boss which is brilliant to see.
Next up is a potentially tricky game against Hull City, who have also won their opening two games in convincing fashion. The line-up for this one will be very similar to the last outing, with a few tactical changes.
I can see Jose packing out the midfield and opting for a 4-3-3 formation, giving the wide players a real opportunity to show their explosiveness on the counter attack.
That will mean a couple of changes in the side. The first will see Juan Mata drop to the bench, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan get his first start in the colours of Manchester United.
The second will see Chris Smalling come back into the mix after a lengthy injury. That means Daley Blind can move into the middle of the park alongside Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini – meaning Wayne Rooney will also miss out.
Check out the starting XI here: