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Marouane Fellaini to start against the Swedes? – Predicted Manchester United line-up to face Young Boys

Marouane Fellaini Manchester United
Marouane Fellaini celebrates after scoring

Anthony Martial Manchester United

Manchester United played out a drab 0-0 affair against Crystal Palace over the weekend but we can’t dwell on the two points dropped as we face Young Boys in the Champions League on Tuesday.

The Red Devils won the reverse fixture easily and will be expected to do the same at Old Trafford too.

A win over Young Boys and a loss for Valencia against Juventus will confirm our place in the knockout round of the competition.

Jose Mourinho might be tempted to change things around in this clash and here is our predicted line-up for the Red Devils.

Predicted Manchester United XI

Formation: 4-3-3

Manager: Jose Mourinho

David De Gea (GK)

The Spanish keeper finally managed a clean sheet for United and would want to repeat the feat against the minnows on Tuesday.

Luke Shaw (LB)

Shaw didn’t play the previous game for the Red Devils but the Englishman should return to the starting XI in the Champions League.

Eric Bailly (CB)

Victor Lindelof might have a slight niggle and we could see Bailly receiving a start on Tuesday.

Chris Smalling (CB)

The Englishman seems to be our best central defender and should start for the Red Devils on Tuesday.

Antonio Valencia (RB)

Ashley Young might need a break from the first-team, allowing Valencia to pick up some important minutes for the side against the Young Boys.

Marouane Fellaini (CM)

Fellaini got 30 minutes for United against Palace and the Belgian should start for us in this Champions League game.

Fred (CM)

The Brazilian didn’t feature in our last game and should get a run out against the minnows.

Paul Pogba (CM)

The French midfielder had another off game at the weekend, and hopefully, he will turn it up against the Swedish side.

Jesse Lingard (RW)

Lingard was brought on in the second half against the Eagles and could get a start as we mix things up a bit.

Romelu Lukaku Manchester United

Romelu Lukaku (ST)

The Belgian wasn’t great in the draw against Palace but a few goals against the minnows would work wonders for the striker’s confidence.

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Marcus Rashford (LW)

Rashford got 30 minutes in our draw against Palace and could be started ahead of Anthony Martial.

Written by Thomas Hein

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