Manchester United comfortably progressed through to the fifth round of the FA Cup on Tuesday night, and now attentions will be refocused on Premier League football, and obtaining a spot in the top four. The task will be a tricky one, and this weekend’s game will be extremely tough.
Louis van Gaal takes his men to West Ham, who have been in superb form of late themselves. I can see the Dutchman reverting back to the five-at-the-back for this one, which offers us more defensive solidity and enabling us to counter on the break.
Phil Jones should return to the line-up, with Luke Shaw overcoming a minor injury to start in the left-wingback role. Antonio Valencia will come back into the team as the right-wingback, with Daley Blind in front of them protecting the back four.
Angel di Maria and Wayne Rooney make up the midfield duo and offer that much-needed pace, with Radamel Falcao and Robin van Persie in front of them.
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