Missing Players and team news:




Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a massive decision on his hands regarding who starts in goal. Should he put David de Gea back in goal then Dean Henderson will almost certainly leave in the summer. Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood trained on Friday and should make the squad to face Brighton but Anthony Martial looks set to miss out. Edinson Cavani could make his first start in a month here as a result of niggling injuries to other forwards. Paul Pogba got some valuable minutes for the French national team at the weekend. He could line up on the left wing here if Rashford is not fit to start or take Scott McTominay’s place in midfield, as the Scottish international featured heavily during the break for country. Victor Lindelof, who has been managing back problems all season, didn’t train along with Martial on Friday. Eric Bailly is on standby after proving his fitness for the Ivory Coast during the international break. Adam Webster is hoping to return in Brighton’s next two matches, while it looks like Aaron Connolly will also miss out here after suffering injury on international duty with Ireland. Danny Welbeck has scored or assisted in back-to-back appearances for Brighton and will hope to start against his boyhood club at Old Trafford. Leandro Trossard is in great form for club and country and is a nailed on starter here.

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