Manchester United play Club Brugge tonight at Old Trafford in their Europa League match, MySportDab reports.
Manchester United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is very likely to start Bruno Fernandes against Club Brugge in their Europa League game.
The Portugal international has impressed everyone at Old since his transfer from Sporting Lisbon during the January transfer window.
Manchester United face Club Brugge now aiming to reach the last-16 of the Europa league.
The first leg in Belgium ended 1-1, with the Red Devils getting their only goal via Anthony Martial and score a crucial away goal.
The Europa League is currently not United’s main priority but they are still expected to play a strong team at Old Trafford this evening.
For the Goalkeeper spot, Sergio Romero will start in goal.
The Argentina international was not impressive in the first leg where he was at fault for Brugge’s goal.
But United value him and it’s possible that he’ll start in goal ahead of David De Gea, with the club’s No 1 afforded a rest.
In defense, Diogo Dalot could get some more playing and giving Aaron Wan-Bissaka a break.
Harry Maguire would keep his place for one of United’s most important games of the season.
But Eric Bailly might replace Victor Lindelof as Maguire’s defensive partner.
Luke Shaw has been in fine form of late, enjoying a resurgence to leave fans pleasantly surprised.
Fred might play alongside Scott McTominay in midfield now that the Scotland international is fully fit, recently returning from injury against Watford.
In attack for Manchester United, Tahith Chong came off the bench against Watford and it’s possible he’ll be picked in attack.
But it seems likely that Solskjaer would stick with Daniel James, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood.
MySportDab can confirm that Manchester United are still without four first-team players tonight.
Manchester United Predicted XI: Romero, Dalot, Shaw, Bailly, Maguire, McTominay, Fernandes, Fred, Greenwood, James, Martial
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