After progressing past Granada in the UEFA Europa League in midweek, Manchester United’s attention switches firmly back to the Premier League this weekend.
The Red Devils host Burnley at Old Trafford aiming to all but secure their position in the top four and with it, a return to the Champions League next season.
How many changes could Ole Gunnar Solskjaer make for this game?
Considering the relatively quick turnaround, there will likely be four changes to the Manchester United side to take on the Clarets.
The first change is set to occur in goal where the Norwegian appears to have settled on Dean Henderson for his pick in league matches. He will once again replace David de Gea.
There will also be a couple of alterations in the United backline, too. Both Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw were suspended for the clash with Granada.
Maguie – who currently earns £190k-a-week – and Shaw, will likely earn recalls this weekend at the respective expenses of Axel Tuanzebe and Alex Telles.
Solskjaer’s final alteration is almost sure to take place in midfield. Veteran Nemanja Matic started against the Spaniards on Thursday and despite playing the full 90 minutes, he will most likely drop out for fellow midfielder Scott McTominay, who was also suspended in midweek.
The likes of Fred, Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes will all join the Scot in the centre of the park.
United’s attack should also have a relatively familiar look to it as well with Mason Greenwood and Edinson Cavani starting the game as an attacking duo.
Marcus Rashford is fit but having been still carrying a problem in the clash against Granada, he was left on the bench and might not be risked again against Burnley.