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How Man United Can Line-up Vs Leicester With Scott In New Position & Injuries To Maguire & Varane.

Since the start of the current season, Manchester United has experienced a number of critical and painful injuries to key players. Both center defenders, who have played the most of the games thus far, have been ruled out. 

After losing Maguire to injury against Everton, Ole has now suffered the worst possible outcome. With the arrival of French international Varane, who has settled in exceptionally well. Harry has been sidelined due to an injury, ending one of the most lethal defensive combinations with the England international. 

During the first half of France's UEFA Nations League final against Spain, the latter only managed to play for 43 minutes of the first half. Before he was replaced by Dalot Upamecano, who had been a previous transfer target of the Ole's, he was introduced.

However, with Scotland taking on Israel in a World Cup qualifier, which the home team won 3-2, the situation is different. Scott, a Manchester United midfielder, scored the decisive goal in stoppage time to give the team the victory. 

The player was unexpectedly assigned to the defensive position of the back three players. These are now likely to come into play for Ole, since the Norwegian International has stated that the Bailly and Victor duo is not to be trusted. 

This is especially true considering Bailly has already competed in the Carabao Cup this season alone. Luke Shaw, Victor, Scott, and Wan Bissaka will be put to the test if they are to make it to the final line of defense and keep Vardy and his teammates quiet. 

While Pogba and Matic are promoted to the midfield two, where they will play defensive and holding positions, Bruno will play on the attacking side of the field. Sancho and Greenwood could be found on each side of the pitch, with Ronaldo completing an all-attacking forwards lineup.

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