Young To Return For The Red Devils | 4-2-3-1 Manchester United Predicted Lineup Vs Everton

Manchester United will entertain Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon after securing three consecutive victories in a row across all competitions. The Red Devils are playing some of their best football of this campaign so they will be desperate to pick up another win at home when Duncan Ferguson’s Toffees come to town this weekend. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will stick with his favoured 4-2-3-1 formation and might make a lot of changes to his first-team for this upcoming contest in the Premier League.

4-2-3-1 Manchester United Predicted Lineup To Face Everton

Defence

David De Gea will start in goal for the Mancunian outfit after helping his team win the Manchester derby last weekend. Harry Maguire will once again lineup alongside Victor Lindelof at the centre of the Man United backline. Both defenders have struck up a dominant partnership at the back so they will be confident about their chances of securing a clean sheet versus the Toffees.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a guaranteed starter in the right-back position while Ashley Young returns to the side to assume the duties of the left-back. Brandon Williams got a start in the midweek win over AZ Alkmaar so he might be handed a well-deserved rest this weekend.

Midfield

Scott McTominay and Fred will operate as the anchormen in midfield as they focus on breaking up the Everton attacks. The midfield duo will be tasked with providing adequate cover for the Man United backline. Marcus Rashford has been amongst the goals in recent weeks so he will look to make another telling contribution in the final third. The English speedster will play on the left flank while Daniel James gets another chance to shine as the right-winger.

Jesse Lingard is a major concern for this game so Andreas Pereira might play instead of him in the number ten position. Juan Mata will have to settle for a spot on the bench despite scoring in midweek.

Attack

Anthony Martial will lead the line for Solskjaer’s men up top. The French striker scored the decisive second goal against Manchester City last weekend. Therefore, we can expect him to be amongst the goal-scorers at the Theatre of Dreams on Sunday.

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