Confirmed MUFC XI vs Brentford (Premier League home, 2022/23)

Our confirmed MUFC XI for the home game vs Brentford is now in…

Manchester United Football Club are pretty desperate for a Premier League win right now. The Red Devils haven’t emerged victorious in their last three league games, all-but ending their slim title hopes and forcing themselves into a top four dogfight.

The games are still coming thick and fast at this stage of the season, with Erik ten Hag looking to finish his debut campaign strong.

Tonight, United host Brentford under the Old Trafford floodlights, with what is expected to be testing conditions, which will likely make for an entertaining game…

Make no mistake about it, this will not be an easy game for United, though let’s hope the lads can step up and secure all three points.

Anyway, the team news is now in, with some surprises sprung by the gaffer, so let’s get right into it.

Check out our confirmed MUFC XI vs Brentford in full here:

David de Gea’s inclusion in the side is the most obvious one, with the superstar Spaniard by far and away our best option right now.

Diogo Dalot does keep his place at right-back here, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka back on the bench following illness. Over on the left-hand side, Luke Shaw plays. Raphael Varane partners Lisandro Martinez at the heart of the back four.

Scott McTominay keeps his place in the XI which is somewhat surprising. He plays alongside Marcel Sabitzer. The pair were not good enough at the weekend so they’ll get an immediate chance at redemption. Bruno Fernandes starts and captains the side in the #10 slot.

Antony plays off the right-wing, with Jadon Sancho coming into the team in the left-wing position. Marcus Rashford leads the line, with Wout Weghorst dropping to the substitutes bench.

Don’t forget to leave your score predictions in the comment box below.

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