Manchester United look to make amend from their weekend loss to Bournemouth. They welcome, Partizan in their iconic legendary Old Trafford. The united team was able to beat Partizan at their home ground to seal their first position slot in the group. Partizans will be looking to come back strong after a disappointing game at home to United, they will look to secure a point to burst their Europa hope.
United’s Matchday 4 Europa League Game
Manchester United is currently in a rebuilding state, they have not been consistent in their local league this season. Ole Gunnar Solzkjaer has only managed to win four games from possible eleven games making it the worst start in United history. The Red Devils lost to Bournemouth in the English Premier League on Sunday, they are rising and falling in the league. They will host Partizan in the Europa League Matchday 4 on Thursday.
The English side has not been bad in the Europa League winning all of their games and drawing just one, they are currently topping the Group L table. Anthony Martial Announced his comeback as he converted a penalty to ensure an away win for Manchester United when they played Partizan. United will be playing at home and we believe they are at advantage and with the return of Martial and Jesse Lingard, the team is set.
On the other hand, Partizans will be looking to bounce back from their home loss to the United team and give their fans something to hold. They are third in the Group L table and are ready to move up and secure a place in the next round of the tournament. Partizans will be coming all out because failure to secure a point will be the end of the road.
In the United team, it is good news because key players are back from injury to add to their formation. Manchester United will be using the normal 4-4-2 formation and the predicted starting IX will take this shape.
Nemanja Matic is also still out with a muscle issue that’s hampered the midfielder in recent weeks while Axel Tuanzebe, Eric Bailly, Diogo Dalot and Tim Fosu-Mensah remain long-term absentees.
Luke Shaw is back in light training but he’s not ready to return just yet. Youngsters Brandon Williams, James Gardner and Mason Greenwood are likely to feature this evening.
Manchester United Starting XI
Sergio Romero should get another chance in goal with David De Gea rested. While the likes of Phil Jones, Juan Mata, and Jesse Lingard are pushing for recalls. Marcos Rojo is back to the line up alongside the England center-back if Harry Maguire. Aaron Wan-Bissaka will also be back in the right-back.
As for Partizan Belgrade, they have virtually a fully-fit squad to choose from with Lazar Markovic their only significant absentee. Red Star starting XI: Stojković; Urošević, Pavlović, Ostojić, Miletić; Tošić, Natcho, Zdjelar, Soumah; Asano, Sadiq