Manchester United are sweating over the fitness of both luke Shaw and Brandon Williams.
Both player got injured in their last match against Southampton as the team settled for a single point.
The loss of William to injury is one of the major reason why United lost two valuable point in the match against Southampton as they were unable to replace Brandon Williams after getting injured which means United have to finish the match with a man down.
Both players have got tested and monitored closely but luke Shaw will likely miss the remainder of the season and the good news is that Brandon William can still feature in the match against crystal palace if he pass a late fitness test.
At this stage of the season Manchester United need every of their squad player and loosing two key player in one position is not doing the team fight for a top four finish good and couple with the fact that the team still have heavy schedule ahead with the team still in the FA cup and the Europa league .
But with the good news that William might be back in contention if he pass a late fitness test, this will be a relief and a welcoming news for Manchester United fans.
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