Manchester United will return to Premier League action on Saturday night when they face West Brom.
After suffering defeats to Arsenal and Istanbul Basaksehir, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer managed to turn his side’s form around prior to the international break with a convincing 3-1 victory over Everton – and he’ll no doubt now want to begin stringing some positive results together.
And United couldn’t have been handed a much easier fixture than newly promoted West Brom to do so, as they are still without a win so far this season and sit third from bottom with just three points to their name.
Manchester United vs West Brom will be televised on BT Sport 1 from 7:30pm on Saturday, November 21. It will also be available to watch on the BT Sport app.
Kick-off from Old Trafford is at 8pm.
You’ll be able to follow every kick and all the fallout right here on our live blog.
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United’s injury list continues to be hefty but there is at least some good news as Marcus Rashford could be fit to play.
The forward missed all three of England’s games over the international break after picking up an injury late on in the 3-1 victory over Everton last time out.
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United get their Premier League campaign back underway on Saturday when they welcome strugglers West Brom to Old Trafford.
The under-pressure Reds came from behind to beat Everton last time out thanks to Bruno Fernandes’ double and Edinson Cavani’s first goal for United.
The players are returning from the two-week international break, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be hoping to have as few injury and fitness concerns as possible among the stars coming back from international duty.
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Victor Lindelof, however, faces a late fitness test on the persistent back problem he has been dealing with for over a year. He was substituted after 66 minutes in Sweden’s 4-2 defeat to France in Paris on Tuesday.
Mason Greenwood is set to be unavailable due to illness. Luke Shaw, Jesse Lingard and Phil Jones are all out and Eric Bailly won’t be considered after only just returning to training.
West Brom, meanwhile, are definitely without Hal Robson-Kanu and Sam Field while Branislav Ivanovic, Callum Robinson and Matheus Pereira are doubtful.