Five key players for Manchester United are injured. After the Atalanta victory, Fred, Rashford, and Bruno Fernandes were all affected by the game. Since the international break, Varane has been sidelined.
United has a deep squad, and some of the top players who usually warm the bench could be given a rare chance to start the game against Liverpool. Here's how Manchester United may line up if they're missing their usual starting five.
Manchester United's David De Gea is playing at his peak, and the Spaniard will continue to start in goal for the Red Devils. In front of him, the expected returnees include Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, and Aaron Wan Bissak. After Fred Ole Gunner's death, it's possible that Donny Van De Beek will get a start for the first time since the beginning of the season. Manchester United should play Van De Beek alongside Scott McTominay in midfield. As a result of his injuries, Bruno Fernandes has earned a well-deserved break.
Ole Gunner will now have the option of starting Jesse Lingard in place of Kevin De Bruyne. Many Manchester United fans would like to see Jesse Lingard play the full 90 minutes for Manchester United now that he has been effective as a substitute. Also available are Paul Pogba, Sergio Aguero, Juan Mata, Javier Pastore, Fred, Edinson Cavani, and Cristiano Ronaldo. Since 2015, Manchester United has failed to beat Liverpool at Old Trafford once. Will the Red Devils' attitude toward the upcoming game change? Time will tell, for sure.
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