Manchester United play against Everton in their Premier League game today, MySportDab reports.
Manchester United are likely to start midfielder Scott McTominay against Everton in their Premier League game on Sunday.
The Scotland international has only recently returned from injury but impressed in the win over Club Brugge on Thursday evening.
And it’s likely that United will play the same team for their match against Everton at Goodison Park for an interesting game.
Ighalo scored on his first start for United, scoring the second of the night in their Brugge thrashing.
But if Anthony Martial is back fully fit, the France international should be given the start upfront today.
understands that De Gea should return into the Starting XI, replacing Sergio Romero on the bench in the process.
About Ighalo, Solskjaer praised the Nigeria international after he scored for the club against Brugge.
“Ighalo has clearly shown what type of a striker he is. He is surely ready for Sunday,” the Norwegian said.
If United decide to play the same team vs Club Brugge, then Eric Bailly would likely start alongside Harry Maguire.
The Ivory Coast international has just returned from injury but has been impressive in recent matches against both Brugge and Chelsea.
This allows Solskjaer to play both Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka at left-back and right-back respectively.
Scott McTominay and Fred should play together in midfield, with Bruno Fernandes in a more advanced role.
expects both Juan Mata and Daniel James to start on the flanks with Martial as the striker up front.
Everton have been a difficult team for the Red Devils to defeat in recent years, especially at Goodison Park.
Last season, United were thrashed 4-0 by the Toffees.
“That was the lowest I’ve seen,” Solskjaer said.
“That was a demolition. There was absolutely nothing about us, even though their goals were more from counterattacks, set plays and long throw-ins.
“Everything you never wanted to see, you saw that day.”
Full Manchester United Predicted Line-up: De Gea, Maguire, Wan-Bissaka, Bailly, Fred, Shaw, McTominay, Fernandes, James, Mata, Martial
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