Manchester United team just returned back from their vacation in the Middle East and will look to start full preparation for Monday night game against Stoke City at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils are currently 15 points behind league leader Manchester City and just a point above Premier League defending champions Chelsea.
Should Chelsea win their match against Leicester City on Saturday, they will be ahead of the Red Devils whose game against the Potters comes up on Monday night.
United had a 2-2 draw against Stoke in their first leg game at Bet365 stadium but Jose Mourinho will expect his side to get the better side of the Potters to keep the title hope alive.
As a result, the Portuguese tactician will be expected to field a strong squad that can only guaranty three maximum points.
Stoke City are a very physical team and as a result we expect Mourinho to play attacking trio of Romeru Lucaku, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial while Juan Mata starts from the bench.
Belgium midfielder Marouane Fellaini is back from injury and should be able to make the match day squad same as Valencia.
Ashley Young will be serving his last match ban and Luke Shaw is certain to replace the 32-year old at the left back position while Marcos Rojo pairs Phil Jones at the centre of defense.