Wow! The fixtures just seem to be piling up for Manchester United in these final weeks of the season.
There doesn’t seem to have been a press conference where United boss, Jose Mourinho, hasn’t discussed the schedule for the Red Devils and the games get no easier as his team travel to Arsenal, in what looks to be a vital game in the context of who will finish in the top four.
Injuries have not helped United’s cause and many of the Red Devils in the Transfer Tavern are upset as they don’t believe they will see Zlatan Ibrahimovic in a Manchester United shirt again, following the Swede’s ACL tear, meaning he will probably be out until the New Year.
Ibra has been United’s main goal threat this season with 17 goals this season, but now the mantel has been passed over to Marcus Rashford and everyone knows what the young Englishman is capable off.
As aforementioned, the Red Devils travel to the Emirates Stadium this weekend to take on Arsenal and though United deserved to win the reverse fixture at Old Trafford, a 89th minute equaliser from the head of Olivier Giroud saw the game finish 1-1.
United will be looking to better that result this time out and secure all three points in this one, whilst thinking about this our landlord has outlined the XI he believes Mourinho should play in order to pick up the victory.
Let’s take a look at it here…