Manchester United beat Brighton 3-0 on Saturday to boost our chances of finishing in the top.
Ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash against Bournemouth at Old Trafford, Manchester United are just three points behind third placed Leicester City.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be tempted to keep the same XI that beat Brighton on Tuesday but ahead of Saturday’s game against Bournemouth, Solskjaer has hinted he could rotate the team.
“We’ve got many games coming up and we’ll keep chopping and changing and players are getting better and better – the ones who haven’t played,” he told reporters.
“Paul [Pogba], Marcus [Rashford] they’re getting sharper, Mason [Greenwood] is improving all the time and, of course, we’ve got players that didn’t start that have had a fantastic season.“
Ole withdrew Pogba, Luke Shaw and Bruno Fernandes with half an hour left at the Amex Stadium, and also replaced Rashford and Anthony Martial late on, perhaps hinting he may start the quintet again this weekend against Bournemouth.