Erik ten Hag undoubtedly feels the pressure after Manchester United’s three consecutive losses. The Red Devils’ manager is in dire need of a victory, and with games coming thick and fast, he will have plenty of chances.….CONTINUE READING...CONTINUE READING
On Saturday, the next match is at Burnley. The team led by Vincent Kompany has struggled to win a game since returning to the Premier League. They will have a real chance to keep humiliating United, so Turf Moor will undoubtedly be shaking.
When all is said and done, you would anticipate the Red Devils to triumph in this game. Despite this, matches are not decided on a piece of paper, therefore United must show up and secure a crucial three points.
Despite his error on Wednesday night, Andre Onana is still unquestionably the best. He’ll have no trouble getting backing from the opposition here.
Sergio Reguilon is in a similar situation over on the left, while Diogo Dalot is still the only healthy right-back at the team, making his inclusion a given. Victor Lindelof and Lisandro Martinez will remain at the centre of the back four.
Casemiro needs assistance in the midfield, but I don’t think he will receive it here. Alongside the Brazilian international, Christian Eriksen will play in the hopes that the Dane would perform better. As usual, Bruno Fernandes opens the game in the middle of the field.
Throughout the past week or so, Rasmus Hojlund has been one of the shining stars. Fans of Manchester United will be hoping he can keep up the good vibes. Marcus Rashford and Facundo Pellistri are to his right and left, respectively.….CONTINUE READING