Manchester United has scored only one goal in its last six games in all competitions. Ole Gunnar expects to have his strongest starting lineup following the International break.
This suggests that Pogba and Scott McTominay will be paired as defensive midfielders in Mourinho's predicted 4-2-3-1 system. In the absence of Marcus Rashford, the World Cup winner has been utilised as a left winger on occasion.
When Rashford lines up on the left wing, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will use Ronaldo up top as a striker. Since making his second club debut against Newcastle United, the latter has been excellent. On the right wing, Jordan Sancho will start ahead of Mason Greenwood.
The defensive line will not change. Back four: Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane, Luke Shaw and Wan Bissaka will prevent any shooting space for the opposition.
In goal, David De Gea will get the start. It's been a great season for the Spaniard, who has shown world-class goalkeeping skills in victories over Wolves and Villarreal alike.
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