Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has named the first Man Utd XI post-international break with the Red Devils playing vs Brighton this evening.
Manchester United Football Club can certainly capitalise on slip-ups around them tonight, with a massive three points against Brighton & Hove Albion.
The Old Trafford club have a massive chance tonight. Win against The Seagulls and our spot in the top four looks pretty good. I’ll admit, I’m excited for this one – purely because we’ve not played in what feels like an absolute age.
Well, the international break has certainly served us well in regards to injuries. Anthony Martial seems to be the only major casualty, while who knows what’s going on with Eric Bailly.
Anyway, let’s get right into the all-important team news, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has chosen a seriously-strong side for this one.
See our confirmed Man Utd XI vs Brighton in full here:
Solskjaer has made a massive decision in between the sticks, opting for Dean Henderson over David de Gea. Is this a sign that Manchester United have a new number one? It certainly feels like it…
Aaron Wan-Bissaka starts at right-back, with Luke Shaw getting the nod over on the left-hand side of defence. Harry Maguire captain’s the Red Devils as per usual, partnering Victor Lindelof who is seemingly over a back problem.
Fred is sitting in that deeper midfield role, making room for Paul Pogba in central midfield. Bruno Fernandes always starts when fit, plus he’ll be feeling pretty fresh after being sent home from international duty early.
Edinson Cavani is deemed fit enough to lead the line in place of the injured Martial. Marcus Rashford starts off the left-hand side, with Mason Greenwood completing the XI.
You’d like to think that this team has more than enough quality to get the job done here. Come on you Reds!