Arsene Wenger takes his side to the final Premier League game of the season on Sunday afternoon with a view of completing their double over West Bromwich Albion to gain some momentum before the Wembley showdown. Speaking to the press, he gave updates on his injury-laden players and hinted about his lineup for the Aston Villa game later this month. The French manager had some good news from a rather frustrating stalemate against Sunderland as no player of his twisted his ankle or had a broken nose. However, he admitted that he had a few worn-out legs at the whistle at Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night. “We have no basic injuries from our last game. We had a few jaded legs maybe at the end of the game but we’ll see how everybody recovers for Sunday. “Do we have anybody back for Sunday? Danny Welbeck no, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is back in full training today [Friday], and Mathieu Debuchy as well. They might be a bit short.” […]

Manchester United v West Bromwich Albion Saturday, 2 May 2015 1630 UTC ***** After a torrid time on the road, Manchester United return home as they host West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford. After having won against Tottenham, Manchester City and Liverpool, the dream run came to an abrupt end at the home of champions elect, Chelsea. Goodison Park was no better as the club crashed to a pathetic 3-0 performance that was peppered with schoolboy errors. West Brom sit 13th in the table and are practically safe from the drop zone. With top flight football assured next season, Tony Pulis has managed to marshal his troops to produce a few good results this year. The home draw against Liverpool would also give the Baggies a lot of confidence when they travel to Manchester for their game. Team News and Predicted Lineup Manchester United United’s downturn in form coincides with injuries to key players – Michael Carrick, Daley Blind, Phil […]