Manchester United will be aiming to strengthen their grip on second place this weekend as they come up against Tottenham Hotspur.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Red Devils travel to London boosted by back-to-back wins against Brighton & Hove Albion and Granada.
Could the Norwegian be tempted to make any changes this weekend?
We envisage three alterations to the Manchester United team, with the first of those starting in goal.
David De Gea returned to the starting line-up against Granada but Dean Henderson appears to have established himself as first choice in the league, albeit possibly only for a temporary time.
Meanwhile, there should also be another slight tweak in defence where Luke Shaw, who scoops £150k per week at Old Trafford, will be replaced by Alex Telles. The England defender was withdrawn at half-time against Granada, with Solskjaer hoping that he could be fit. However, it makes little sense to risk him ahead of a hectic conclusion to the campaign.
The rest of the defence should remain the same with Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof partnered at centre-back, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka deployed on the right.
The final alteration should occur in the centre of the park where Fred is likely to come into a midfield diamond in place of Daniel James. The Brazilian is likely to be deployed at the base, with Scott McTominay pushed further forwards alongside Paul Pogba.
Bruno Fernandes will of course be the furthest advanced.
It should be an English duo leading the line with Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood both selected. The former will be hoping to continue his good form having hit his 20th goal of the season against Granada last time out.
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