HYS: Should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer start Marcus Rashford or Romelu Lukaku against Spurs?

Since being appointed as interim boss at Old Trafford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has started Marcus Rashford in all four of his Premier League games against Cardiff, Huddersfield, Bournemouth and Newcastle, and to great effect.

In that time, the 21-year-old has hit three goals as well as recording an assist, having moved into a more central role under the Norwegian.

Contrastingly, Romelu Lukaku missed Solskjaer’s first two games having been granted compassionate leave, and is yet to start a league game under the stand-in manager due to Rashford’s excellent form – he did, however, find the back of the net against the Cherries and the Magpies after coming off the bench.

The Belgian international started his first game under Solskjaer in the FA Cup win over Reading, and found the back of the net once again, which begs the question. Who should start up top in the crunch clash against Tottenham this Sunday?

Solskjaer plays a 4-3-3 system with just one striker up top so we are unlikely to see both start, and Lukaku’s strength and aerial ability could just prove essential in¬†Solskjaer’s first major test.

So, Manchester United fans, who do you think should start up front? Have your say down below…