Missing Players and team news:

Manchester United are suddenly short in attack with Anthony Martial now expected to join Edinson Cavani on the sidelines for Sunday’s game after being forced off against AC Milan on Thursday. With Marcus Rashford also a massive doubt, Amad Diallo has a decent chance of a Premier League debut from the off after his goal against Milan. Up against a physical side like West Ham, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Nemanja Matic retain his place in the side on Sunday. Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof will return to the starting XI this weekend after being rested on Thursday. Donny van de Beek, Juan Mata and Paul Pogba are all expected to miss out once again for the home side. David de Gea is back in Manchester but is self-isolating and may not be available in time for Sunday’s game. West Ham will be without star man Jesse Lingard for Sunday’s trip to Old Trafford due to the terms in his loan agreement from parent club Manchester United. It wouldn’t be a surprise to see David Moyes revert to a back three against his former club, recalling Ben Johnson to the starting XI at left wing-back. Jarrod Bowen and Said Benrahma will likely compete for one spot in the starting XI on Sunday. Lukasz Fabianski recovered from injury to start against Leeds on Monday but No.2 Darren Randolph missed out and remains a doubt here along with right-back Ryan Fredericks. The Hammers have a couple of unspecified doubts but Moyes is hopeful they will come through.


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