Jose mourinho’s men will take a short trip to Turf Moor stadium to take on Burnley Fc this weekend in a Premier League game.
The Red Devils have been on a fine run of form in recent weeks, winning their last three games and not conceding a goal in the process.
The Reds Devils will hope to win their match against the Clarets and put more pressure on Manchester City – who season’s unbeaten run came to an end last week at Anfield.
Aside from Zlanta Ibrahimovic and Eric bailly who are side due to injuries, Mourinho have a full squad to select from.
Pogba has been on a good form since he returned back from his injury. He has already registered nine assists –same with Manchester City midfielder Kelvin De Bruyne this season in the league games.
The powerful box-to-box midfielder will be expected to pair summer signing Nemanja Matic at the heart of United midfield while fast rising England star Jesse Lingard plays behind the striker.
At the defense, undisputed Spaniard shot Stopper David de Gea will certainly retain his spot in between the sticks while Phil Jones and Chris Smalling play at the centre back.
Both defenders seem to be forming a good partnership at the centre-back. Should their performance begin to soar; it will be difficult for Bailly to break in when he finally returns back to the squad.
Ashley Young is likely to make a return to the starting line-up after serving his three match ban.
Young and Antonio Valencia are sure to play at the left and right-back position respectively.
Report has it that United could complete move for Sanchez in the next few days. Before the arrival of Sanchez, Anthony Martial is sure to retain his spot at the left wing after an impressive display in his last two outings, scoring two goals.
Here is how Mourinho is expected to line-up his men with Romeru Lukaku leading the attack in a 4-2-3-1 formation