Four changes could be in the offing for Manchester United ahead of the Europa League semi-final return clash with Roma tomorrow night (8pm).
After hitting the Italians for six at Old Trafford seven days ago, United already have at least one foot in the final.
Such is the magnitude of this game – with the end result a place in this month’s Gdansk showpiece – you wouldn’t expect Old Gunnar Solskjaer to take the second leg, and progression, for granted.
However, with a four-goal cushion as they prepare to visit the Stadio Olimpico, there could be opportunities for the likes of Mason Greenwood to impress.
The 19-year-old came off the bench to score against Roma at Old Trafford, rounding off a 6-2 verdict that was led by doubles from Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani.
Paul Pogba was the other United player on target last Thursday night.
Should he feature in the Italian capital tomorrow night, Greenwood would become only the fifth player to surpass 100 senior appearances for United as a teenager.
You would expect him to play some part in the game, but in what capacity and in which role?
With games coming thick and fast, United were afforded an extra rest day amid anti-Glazer protests which literally spilled over on to the pitch – forcing the postponement of their Premier League contest against arch-rivals Liverpool on Sunday afternoon.
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Ultimately, though, they will have to play that fixture at some point – meaning Solskjaer could take the opportunity to rest Cavani in attacking quarters.
At the expense of Victor Lindelof, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay, the likes of Eric Bailly, Alex Telles and Nemanja Matic are predicted to come into the fold.
Phil Jones and France striker Anthony Martial remain on the sidelines, both with knee injuries, while England forward Marcus Rashford should play, despite him nursing a troublesome ankle issue in recent weeks.
United predicted line-up (4-3-3): De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Bailly, Telles; Fred, Matic, Fernandes; Rashford, Pogba, Greenwood.