Manchester United host Burnley today at Old Trafford for another day of Premier League football, MySportDab reports.
United Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is likely to make changes from the team that won in the Europa League on Thursday.
A win today for the Red Devils will increase their chances of finishing second in the Premier League table.
Manchester United Team News
Dean Henderson is expected to start in the Premier League match today as De Gea is now clearly the second-choice goalkeeper.
Henderson has impressed for United since being given the first choice Goalkeeper role in recent weeks.
De Gea has been at Manchester United for many years but the club are ready to sell him and get rid of his £375,000-a-week wages this summer.
Defence: Wan-Bissaka, Shaw, Lindelof, Maguire.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Victor Lindelof both played in the Europa League match against Granada on Thursday.
They are both expected to keep their place in the team for today’s match as Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw return to the Starting XI.
Midfield: Fred, Bruno Fernandes, McTominay
United started Fred and Bruno Fernandes against Granada, which was a surprise.
Fred and Bruno are expected to keep their place in the team again today against Burnley.
Scott McTominay is now available and is likely to start as part of the midfield trio.
Attack: Greenwood, Cavani, Pogba
Solskjaer has spoken about Marcus Rashford’s injury problems recently, and said: “We want to ensure he didn’t have to put any pressure on his foot.
“I have hope that he can be available and get better. That’s a key decision I must make, so let’s see.”
Solskjaer could give Rashford some time to rest and not start today’s game against Burnley.
Instead, Paul Pogba, and Mason Greenwood will start on both side of the attack.
Edinson Cavani will lead the attack in the No 9 role.
Manchester United Vs Burnley Kick-off?
The Premier League match starts at 4pm GMT.
Man Utd Next Matches:
Premier League (Leeds United) April 25th
Europa League (AS Roma) April 29th
Premier League (Liverpool) – May 1st
Europa League (AS Roma) – May 6th