Leeds will again be without the services of captain Liam Cooper this weekend through suspension, while Rodrigo and Adam Forshaw will both miss the match through injury. The Whites are hopeful that Raphinha might recover from a thigh problem in time for the contest, but it seems unlikely that the attacker will be involved against the 20-time English champions. Bielsa could ultimately decide to name an unchanged XI from the one that started against Liverpool, with Tyler Roberts again supporting Patrick Bamford from a deeper position. As for Man United, Anthony Martial and Phil Jones are still unavailable for selection through injury, but Eric Bailly is back in training after recovering from coronavirus and should be on the bench. Marcus Rashford is yet to train this week as he manages a foot problem, but the England international has not been ruled out of this match and could potentially be involved at some stage. Edinson Cavani came off the bench to score against Burnley last weekend, and the experienced forward could now feature in the starting XI, with Mason Greenwood and Bruno Fernandes also set to line up in attacking positions for Solskjaer’s side, who should have Fred and Scott McTominay as their midfield two.
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