On Sunday, October 24th, Manchester United should expect to play a very difficult game. The Red Devils will take on their old enemies, Liverpool FC, in their next match. The match will take place at Old Trafford on the following Sunday.
Given the fact that Liverpool has not suffered a defeat so far this season, it is possible that Manchester United may have a difficult day on Sunday.
Despite Liverpool's excellent form this season, Manchester United can still have a lethal starting eleven that has a chance of defeating the Reds in the league.
The 4-3-3 formation is the only option available to the coach.
This formation will be responsible for the most of the work for the Red Devils.
De gea should begin between the bars of the cage.
He has demonstrated that he is up to the task and has come to the team's aid on numerous occasions throughout the season.
Luke Shaw and Wan Bissaka should serve as the full backs, with Harry Maguire and Eric Bailly filling in for Varane as the central defenders, as Varane is currently out with an injury.
Pogba, Matic, and Bruno must all play in the midfield in order for the game to have the necessary flavor. In which case, Matic will play as the defensive midfielder.
Cristiano Ronaldo, Ashley Greenwood, and Marcus Rashford must be on the attack.
With Ronaldo as the centre striker, the three will put a strain on Liverpool's seemingly indestructible defensive structure.
Assuming, of course, that Rashford has recovered from his injury.
This formation has the potential to capture all of the points and prevent Liverpool from winning the match.
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