OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER could go with an unchanged line-up as he looks to extend Manchester United’s winning streak at Leeds. The big talking
OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER could go with an unchanged line-up as he looks to extend Manchester United’s winning streak at Leeds.
The big talking points as the manager selects his XI are the inclusion of Edinson Cavani and possible rotations ahead of a huge European tie.
Mason Greenwood will hope to keep his place in the team after a brace last weekend[/caption]
Off the back of five wins in a row, the Red Devils could go with the same setup that squeezed past Burnley last time out.
Mason Greenwood impressed on the right wing, scoring twice, with Marcus Rashford the central striker.
Introducing Cavani to the line-up would likely mean resting one of the two English forwards or taking Paul Pogba out.
The Uruguayan has netted in his last three games, including the sealer of the 3-1 win over Burnley.
But his future increasingly appears to be away from Old Trafford amid talk of a move to Boca Juniors when his contract expires in June.
One player definitely missing the trip to Elland Road is Anthony Martial.
The striker continued to sit out of training this week due to a knee injury.
Solskjaer could turn to Eric Bailly in defence after the Ivorian overcame coronavirus, although Phil Jones is unavailable.
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David De Gea, Nemanja Matic, Juan Mata, Donny van de Beek, and youngster Anthony Elanga are all pushing to be involved.
Leeds will be without suspended captain Liam Cooper for the 2pm kick-off on Sunday.
Three days later, United welcome Roma to Manchester for the first leg of their Europa League semi-final.
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