Predicted Man Utd line-up (4-2-3-1) vs West Ham, Ronaldo out
Manchester United welcome West Ham United to Old Trafford for today's Premier League clash. The Red Devils can go within one point off the top four by beating the Hammers.
David de Gea is expected to start between the sticks, having done so in each of the club's 16 matches this season. Martin Dubravka may have to wait for the Carabao Cup third round tie to make his debut.
Erik ten Hag does not like to tinker with his backline, barring injuries. He will be forced into one change from last weekend with Raphael Varane out with a hamstring issue. In his place, Victor Lindelof is set to start.
The rest of the backline should stay unchanged. Likewise, the midfield may not see any changes. Casemiro and Christian Eriksen are pretty much guaranteed starters. This has been the case this month.
In attack, there could be two changes. Cristiano Ronaldo is no longer a starter in the league and should make way for Marcus Rashford up front. The Englishman has six goals to his name this campaign.
Elsewhere, Alejandro Garnacho could be replaced by Jadon Sancho after being used against Sheriff on Thursday night. Bruno Fernandes and Antony are expected to fill the number 10 and right wing roles.
Predicted Man Utd line-up (4-2-3-1): De Gea; Dalot, Lindelof, Martinez, Shaw; Casemiro, Eriksen; Antony, Fernandes, Sancho; Rashford.