After handing Manchester City the advantage in the Premier League title race with a shock defeat to Sheffield United last time out, Manchester United will try to get things back on track when they face Arsenal on Saturday.
The Gunners are unbeaten in their last six league games, winning five and drawing one, so Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will know that his side must give 100% if they are to get back to winning ways in this one.
Here’s how the boss should line up for the game.
David de Gea (GK) – Might have struggled last time out, but De Gea is obviously the man for the job here.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (RB) – Wan-Bissaka has developed the attacking side of his game this season and could well be a crucial part of United‘s forward moves.
Victor Lindelof (CB) – Eric Bailly has travelled after recovering from a knock, but a return to the lineup may be a step too far for the Ivorian, who will likely see his place handed to Lindelof instead.
Harry Maguire (CB) – Fresh off the back of scoring his side’s only goal, Maguire is a certainty to start the game if he remains healthy.
Luke Shaw (LB) – Alex Telles impressed against Sheffield United, grabbing the assist for Maguire’s header, but the excellent Shaw is expected to reclaim his spot in the team.
Fred (DM) – Fred was rested against Sheffield United and so will be raring to go for the Arsenal game.
Scott McTominay (DM) – Like Fred, McTominay was also left on the bench last time out, so expect Solskjaer to bring the Scot back into the starting lineup.
Paul Pogba (RM) – It might not be his best position, but Pogba needs to be on the pitch for this one. It’s too important to leave him out.
Bruno Fernandes (AM) – The first name on the team sheet these days, Solskjaer will expect Fernandes to disprove the myth that he doesn’t turn up against top teams.
Marcus Rashford (LM) – Rashford played a starring role in the FA Cup victory over Liverpool, bagging a goal and an assist, and a similar performance in this one would go down a treat.
Edinson Cavani (ST) – Anthony Martial trained after picking up a shoulder injury, but expect Solskjaer to go with Cavani’s experience on this occasion.