Possible Manchester United Lineup vs Norwich- Strongest Attacking Players in 4-3-3

Possible Manchester United Lineup vs Norwich- Strongest Attacking Players in 4-3-3

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Manchester United fans will be hoping to see their side brush apart a relegation-threatened Norwich on Saturday.

The Canaries currently sit 19th in the Premier League and barring an unforeseen miracle, their position in next season’s Championship is all but confirmed.

Looking at the recent form of the hosts, should offer nothing but encouragement for Louis Van Gaal. While they currently are in a relegation battle – a circumstance which gets the best out of many teams, the last 3 weeks have seen Norwich losing 3 successive games to floor the confidence of their fans.

Looking at Manchester United, the timing of this fixture couldn’t have been better for them. With Manchester City hosting Arsenal on the same day, a win in this early kickoff fixture for Manchester United would pile the pressure on their noisy neighbours.

Analyzing the team news for the Red devils and there is nothing but optimism for Louis Van Gaal. While he has complained of injury woes intervening with his selection every week, Van Gaal has the luxury of choosing from a stronger set of players this time around.

With Rooney, Martial, and Rashford all fit and running – not to mention the likes of Juan Mata and Ander Herrera, the offensive department of the Red devils is in good shape nowadays.

One of the notable absentees would undoubtedly be the Belgian Marouane Fellaini. After picking up a suspension due to his theatrics against Leicester City last week, Fellaini will sit out from this game in order to serve a 3-game ban.

Here is how the Red Devils are expected to lineup …

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  1. The line up looks superb, should Van Gaal stick to this it’ll be a winning game. We need nothing but all three points to mount pressure on our noisy neighbours.
    For Van Gaals’s contract, he should be allowed to see out his 3 years contract. He isn’t a bad coach, no thanks to the injuries that thwarted his chances of competing for the premier league title.
    Again and again, Mourinho should not be a replacement for Van Gaal, even if he leaves at the end of next season when his contract expires. We need a coach who would work with with the likes of Fosu, Rasford, Jackson, Varela etc.