Manchester United have two of their finest defenders down with calf and groin injuries, and this new development might affect their performance in their next series of fixtures to come.
The last couple of matches played by the Red Devils haven't met up to standards because of their poor formation and weak tactical gameplay. Being 4th on the EPL table with 14 points is no guarantee that they won't drop if they fail to win 90% of their next five games in the EPL.
With Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane out for a few weeks based on their injuries, Manchester United's defence would have to take a drastic change to prevent the issue of loose ends. Below is the current best defence option for the Red Devils to scale through their next fixtures with little or no problem.
Manchester United's next ten fixtures in all competitions might see them have more draws than wins.
The lineup below can enable Manchester United to win more of their next fixtures.
Can Manchester United perform well in their next series of fixtures with the lineup above?
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