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LIV VS MNU: 3 Man United Stars Who Are Set To Miss This Crucial Derby & 2 Others Who Are Doubtful

Manchester United players are expected to report to Carrington training ground today ahead of their crucial derby clash with bitter rivals Liverpool at Anfield stadium on Sunday.

The Red Devils recently won the Carabao Cup and staged a stunning comeback against West Ham to advance to the FA Cup quarterfinals. When they face Liverpool on Sunday, they will be looking to maintain their momentum and get a positive result. They last time the two teams meet was at Old Trafford in the premier league, and United comfortable defeated Klopp's men 2-1 thanks to goals from Sancho and Rashford.

A win at Anfield will not only be crucial, but it will also keep their Premier League title hopes alive. Well, that been said, this article brings you all the latest injury updates from Old Trafford ahead of this important EPL game.

* Here are 3 Manchester United players who set to miss this Sunday's derby;

1. Anthony Martial 

The forward is still recovering from a muscle injury and according to Erik Ten Hag he is likely to miss this game. Although, he has resumed light training.

2. Christan Eriksen

The midfielder has been sideline from the rest of the season after he suffered a serious ankle injury against Reading in January. However, was spotted with crutches in the final against Newcastle which shows he is recovering well. 

3. Van De Beek

The midfielder is still recovering from knee surgery and will be unable to play in this game. He, like Eriksen, has been sidelined for the remainder of the season.

* Here are 2 Manchester United stars who are doubtful for Sunday's Derby;

1. Luke Shaw

The defender was unavailable in comeback victory over West Ham United after picking up a knock in the Carabao Cup final triumph against Newcastle. He is a major doubt for this crucial game.

2. Jason Sancho 

Erik Ten Hag revealed that Sancho was absent from the win over West Ham due to illness. There has been no word on his recent health status, which automatically puts him in doubt for Sunday's crucial game.

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