4-2-3-1: Man Utd Predicted XI To Face Norwich
Man United picked up a 3-0 win over Sheffield United in the Premier League and next up they hit the road to take on Norwich City in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. 4-2-3-1: Man Utd Predicted XI To Face Norwich
The Red Devils have won both their matches since the resumption of the league but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be itching to rest a number of his key players during the weekend.
Even if the Man United boss was to rest most of his first-team regulars on Saturday still they will be considered the favourites since not only are Norwich sitting at the bottom of the league table but they will go into the match, at the back of a 1-0 loss to Everton.
Games are coming at a rapid pace now meaning the Manchester United boss will take every possible measure to ensure that his big-name players are properly rested.
David De Gea was a mere spectator vs the Blades but the Spaniard will move to the bench in order to make way to Sergio Romero.
Eric Bailly has started on the bench in the last two games and he will finally get a start in central defence. Now it will be interesting to see as to which centre-back makes way for him.
Brandon Williams will replace Luke Shaw at left-back while the recently fit Dalot is expected to come into the right-back role.
Nemanja Matic started vs Sheffield United in midweek but the Serbian will move back to the bench in order to make way for Scott McTominay.
Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes both started for the first time in midfield for Man United against the Blades but many pundits think both of them will be rested vs Norwich City.
We think Solskjaer will not want to take such a big risk, especially since they have a genuine chance of winning this tournament, which is why case either one of the two superstars might be named in the starting XI.
The front-three for Man United could see a complete overhaul with Rashford and Mason Greenwood making way for Jesse Lingard and Daniel James.
Anthony Martial scored a hat-trick at Old Trafford on Wednesday but the Frenchman should drop to the bench in order to make way for Odion Ighalo.