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Predicted XI: [4-2-3-1] Hojlund to get the passes to find the goals? McTominay and Amrabat in midfield? Mainoo to get a chance again?

Manchester United gears up for a crucial clash against West Ham United at the London Stadium in the Premier League.

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Erik ten Hag seeks a victory to turn the club’s fortunes around after a challenging season. In their last outing, United secured a 0-0 draw against Liverpool.

Currently placed seventh in the Premier League with 28 points from 17 matches, United faces West Ham, positioned eighth with 27 points.

The outcome could reshape the standings for both teams, with United eager for a much-needed win.

The season has posed challenges for United, including injuries and a player’s disruptive influence. The Glazers’ management over the years has drawn criticism, contributing to the current state of the club.

Predicted Manchester United Starting XI – 4-2-3-1

Goalkeeper:
Onana

Defenders:
Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Evans, Shaw

Midfield:
McTominay, Amrabat

Attacking Midfield:
Antony, Fernandes, Garnacho

Forward:
Hojlund

Goalkeeper:
Andre Onana retains his position, displaying resilience despite criticism. His selection underscores confidence in his abilities.

Defenders:
Wan-Bissaka and Shaw secure fullback positions. Varane and Evans may feature in the central defense, pending Lindelof’s fitness.

Midfield:
McTominay has impressed in recent matches, partnering with Amrabat. Mainoo’s rise adds a positive dimension to the midfield.

Attacking Midfield:
Antony, Fernandes, and Garnacho form the attacking trio. While Antony seeks improvement, Garnacho stands out as a consistent performer.

Forward:
Rasmus Hojlund leads the attack, awaiting his debut Premier League goal. The focus is on creative support from behind.

Substitutes:
Bayindir; Lindelof, Reguilon; van de Beek, Mainoo, Hannibal; Martial, Rashford, Pellistri

Key Considerations:

  • Bayindir serves as the substitute goalkeeper, potentially making his debut.
  • Lindelof and Reguilon provide defensive options.
  • Van de Beek, Mainoo, and Hannibal offer midfield alternatives, with youth players in contention.
  • Martial, Rashford, and Pellistri provide attacking depth, aiming to make an impact as substitutes.

Conclusion:
United faces a crucial fixture against West Ham, seeking a victory to overcome challenges.

The predicted lineup reflects a blend of experienced and youth talent, emphasizing the need for collective performance and creative support for the forward.

The bench includes a mix of seasoned and emerging players, ready to make an impact if called upon.

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