Nigeria and Manchester United Striker, Odion Ighalo is hoping to be included in the starting 11 to face The Blues(Chelsea). Manchester United qualified for the Semi-Finals after an extra-time winner courtesy Harry Maguire against Norwich last month.
The Nigerian Striker was also in the score sheet with his effort.
Odion Ighalo has been sensational following his signing from a Chinese Club early this year. Although he is yet to find the back of the net in EPL with Manchester United due to his short playing time. Odion Ighalo scored a double in an encounter against Derby and will be looking forward to be on the scoresheet on tomorrow.
There is likely to be some changes to the squad that faced Crystal Palace on Thursday. Manchester United recorded three straight wins against Chelsea and are hoping for the fourth victory in a season. Manchester United beat Chelsea both home and away in the EPL fixtures and also in the Carabao Cup.
If Manchester United grab a victory against Chelsea tomorrow, it will be their Fourth victory against Chelsea in a season.
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