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4-3-3 Lineup That Ole Gunnar Should Deploy In EPL and UCL After The International Break

After the international break, Ole Gunnar's side will face The Foxes on Saturday. At the King Power Stadium, Manchester United will be hoping to maintain their flawless away record. 

Ole is anticipated to field his strongest starting XI in order to silence the opposition and secure all three points. Following the international break, this is the most likely starting lineup for the Norwegians. 

Harry Maguire and Raphael Verane will be the center backs, while Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan- Bissaka will be the wing-backs. Despite just keeping one clean sheet in seven Premier League games, this back four has put up a good showing. 

Sancho will start on the right wing and will be looking to build on his success with the Three Lions during the international break. After missing the penalty shootouts against Italy in the Euro 2020 finals, Rashford will participate for the second time. The superstar will start on the left wing, a position that Pogba has frequently occupied. 

Fred will be pulled from the starting lineup, and the manager will switch to a 4-3-3 formation, which will see McTominay act as the team's only defensive midfielder, while Paul and Fernandes are free to create more scoring opportunities. 

De Gea appears to have established his place as Manchester United's first choice once more. The Spaniard has made amends for some of his gaffes from last season. In comparison to last season, he appears more at ease, sturdy, and collected this season. 

Cristiano Ronaldo has already earned the trust of his former teammate and will be tasked with increasing the club's goal total. He has now scored four goals in his second season with the club, in all competitions. He has two Champions League goals and three Premier League goals to his credit so far.

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