Manchester United Injury Update Ahead Of The Match Against Chelsea
By DamilareShow | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 2 views
Manchester United football club will be heading to Stamford Bridge, where they will take on Chelsea football club in one of the premier league matches, scheduled for this weekend.
This reverse fixture of this same encounter saw the two clubs played out 0-0 draw last year.
However, ahead of the match, we are considering the injury status at Old Trafford which could directly or indirectly influence the outcome of the match.
Firstly, Paul Labile Pogba is set for an extension on the sidelines as he fails to recover from his latest injury crisis and thus ruled out of Sunday match and that's not all, he will be out for few more weeks.
Secondly, James Daniel picked up a knock during Thursday Europa league round of 32 match against Real Sociedad of Spain.
The Welshman will be closely monitored tonight before been passed fit for the league match.
However, there is doubt over the availability of the trio of Scott McTominay, Edinson Cavani and Donny van de Beek.
Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping the three players will be available for the crucial game against the high flying Chelsea side as they both fight for a champions league spot.
The Manchester club have a honor to fight for, which is to get all three points against any of the top six side, a feat they have failed to achieve since the beginning of the season.
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