Predicted Man United XI vs Club Brugge (Europa League last 32, first leg)

Manchester United Football Club get a break from the hustle and bustle of Premier League football tomorrow night, as attentions turn to Europa League action.

The Red Devils head to Belgium for their last 32 game against Club Brugge, with a chance to go out there and throw a real marker down, letting everyone know we’re in this tournament for the long-haul.

Anyway, with games coming thick and fast in multiple competitions for United, we can expect to see some heavy rotation from the Baby Faced Assassin. With that in mind, we reckon Solskjaer is going to make seven changes from the side that beat Chelsea on Monday Night Football.

Predicted Man United XI vs Club Brugge in full:

The ever-reliable Sergio Romero comes into goal as he looks to continue with his absolutely impeccable clean-sheet record.

Luke Shaw starts at left-back, with Diogo Dalot coming into the team over on the right-hand side. Victor Lindelof is back available for selection again. He’ll play alongside Phil Jones, giving Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly time off.

Nemanja Matic is the only option to sit at the midfield’s base, and he’ll have Andreas Pereira in front of him. Bruno Fernandes is the third player to keep his place in the side.

Anthony Martial will switch over to the left-flank, allowing Odion Ighalo to come into the team for his full Manchester United debut. Jesse Lingard makes up the team with Daniel James dropping to the bench while Mason Greenwood remains in Manchester.

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