Manchester United return to Premier League matches Saturday evening with West Brom as Old Trafford.
United beat Everton 3-1 before the international break, but the 20-time champion still sits in the lower 14th place.
Meanwhile, their opponents are a little worse, they are in the bottom 3 and are still not winning this season.
The Red Devils have some key issues that need to be dealt with before the match. I live in talkSPORT.
Marcus Rashford had shoulder problems forced him to leave the England squad early, while fellow attacker Mason Greenwood reached out for illness.
Luke Shaw will be out until mid-December due to hamstring issues and Jesse Lingard is still not being considered for the league mission.
United hopes to be able to use Alex Telles, who hasn’t appeared since October due to Covid-19m.
According to reports, Brazil sent a second positive test while working internationally, but it is not and should be appropriate.
A summer contract with Edinson Cavani awaits his first Premier League appearance, but if Rashford misses it, he could be successful.
Paul Pogba and Donny van de Beek didn’t start from their match against Everton, and it’s still being seen whether XI will include either one this weekend.
Pogba admitted that playing for France last week gave United a’fresh breath’, explaining that the current period is the most difficult period of his club career.
It will be interesting to see how it goes along with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Pogba will have to get a seat on the bench again.
Bruno Fernandes, Fred and Scott McTominay are Solskjaer’s preferred trio of midfielders in recent weeks and are all expected to start over.
This means that the Dutch will miss out on a deal with Van de Beek in the summer despite being once again impressive during the international break.
For West Brom, the game will come too soon for Sam Field and Hal Robson-Kanu, but both are almost ready to return from injury.
Callum Robinson, Branislav Ivanovic, and Matheus Pereira all tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month and then self-isolated for 10 days.
However, if they are in a good mood, everyone can compete in this match if they get a negative roll before the match day.