Manchester United will take on Roma Football Club in the Europa league tomorrow at the Old Trafford stadium as they play the first leg of their semi final encounter.
The red devils were without three of their key players; Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay in their last Europa League match, but these trio are now available after serving their respective suspensions.
This is a massive boost for Manchester United as all other key players like Bruno Fernandes, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly are also fit and they are expected to be in action for Manchester United tomorrow.
Marcus Rashford and Edison Cavani have been having some Injury concerns, but the duo are available for this game and could feature when the team take on Roma Football Club tomorrow.
Paul Pogba who also had some Injury concerns was able to come up from the bench Manchester United's last match, which means he should be fully fit for tomorrow's clash.
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