Manchester United will want to enter the international break when they face the rival Man City rivals in the Premier League this weekend.
United look good after an unbelievable win in the middle of the Juventus week and hope for another day away from the weekend.
Before the start, the omens are certainly good for the side of Jose Mourinho. In fact, City won only two of eight of its last eight games against United in all competitions (D2 L4), after winning four in a row in 2013-2014.
Regarding the early news about the team, Romelu Lukaku will face a late fitness test before the match, while Alexis Sanchez is eligible for the final game at the Etihad stadium.
This is how our writers think United should set up.
In Turin, there was an element of fortune on winning United and they were not as strong as the result suggested. Despite this, Mourinho has kept the same five in the last five games and despite the unconvincing run, there is no point changing it before going to the City. United must only hope that Victor Lindelof will transfer his European form to Etihad and Jekyll if Chris Smalling has the moment of Hyde & 39 ;, which happens in the derby.
Nemanja Matic improved in Juve, and the helper's trident should remain unchanged, as did the front three.
One thing is sure. Romelu Lukaku should not be considered starting this game, even if he passes a late fitness test. In the last two games United have gone up, and if they manage to go to Turin and get a result, there is no reason for Mourinho to change this team.
Alexis Sanchez is a better option inside than Lukaku in its current form, and it is more beneficial to leave Rashford on the bench if United are looking for a goal late.
Smalling started the most games in the back for United, and Lindelof deserved his position next to him, who turned around the corner in recent weeks. It will be a busy afternoon for back-line United, but if they manage the threat of Paulo Dybali and Cristiano Ronaldo, they should be okay in Etihad.
It is difficult to justify any changes on the part of Juventus in the middle of the week, and fatigue is the only factor that should play in the selection of the Mourinho team this weekend.
Young and Shaw should start with full defense if they are fit to play, while Lindelof and Smalling are the most stable partners available at the back.
The only change that could have taken place in the midfielder was the fact that Matic could lose his place for the impressive Fellaini, although it might be best to use Belgian as a substitute for the blow.
Even if Lukaku is fit, he is too unwieldy to lead the line against the City, and Sanchez should re-assume a central role with Martial and Lingard capable of completing it on a large scale.
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