Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted he is likely to name an unchanged side for a fifth consecutive Premier League match, against Southampton at Old Trafford on Monday.
The Red devils are unbeaten in 17 games across all competitions and will be looking to extend it when we face the Saints on Monday.
During a press conference to preview Monday night’s outing at the Theatre of Dreams, Solskjaer was asked by one reporter about fielding the same starting XI and squad in recent matches.
“There’s so many things you have to consider when you manage a team,” said Ole. “We’ve got players here champing at the bit, but also those that are in the rhythm.
“There are loads of decisions to be made, but they make it easier by playing and performing well. If we don’t get too many injuries, there’s no reason to change too much when you’re doing well.”