Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has rung in the changes, with Romelu Lukaku and Jesse Lingard returning to the side as Manchester United prepare to take on Wolves.
David de Gea keeps his place in goal, with Sergio Romero being the backup custodian. The shuffles though, begin in defence, with Victor Lindelof replacing Phil Jones, who drops down to the bench. Chris Smalling partners Lindelof at the heart of the defence, with Ashley Young and Luke Shaw continuing as the full-backs.
There are two major changes in midfield as well, with Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera being replaced by Fred and Scott McTominay. While Matic is on the bench, Herrera has missed out on the matchday squad altogether. Paul Pogba retains his place in the side, however, and will be the creative chief for Manchester United.
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The attacking trident, meanwhile, bears a completely new look, with Romelu Lukaku, Jesse Lingard and Diogo Dalot lining up in the final third. Anthony Martial and Juan Mata have taken their places on the bench.
But, the big news is the absence of Marcus Rashford, with what is being reported to be an illness. Lukaku thus, replaces Rashford as the focal point of the Manchester United attack.