Manchester United will play tomorrow, Sunday, their most important match in this season so far against Manchester City, who is on the top of the Premier League table, and Manchester United has to go out with at least a point if they don’t want to end their Premier League title hopes tomorrow against their main competitor.
When and where is the match?
When: The match will be on Sunday, December 10 at 5:30 PM BST.
Where: Old Trafford (home)
Who will play?
Jose Mourinho should play tomorrow his strongest Xl. However, Paul Pogba will be the main big missing for the Red Devils.
Goalkeeper: David De Gea
Defenders: Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo
Midfielders: Ashley Young, Ander Herrera, Nemanja Matic, and Antonio Valencia
Forward: Anthony Martial, Romelu Lukaku, and Jesse Lingard
Zlatan is expected to play in the second half after confirming that he will be available for tomorrow’s big clash. Lukaku has finally scored after a long drought against CSKA Moscow, and he is expected to try to score again and play more comfortably after revealing some of the pressure.
No one can expect the score tomorrow, where both teams will play a game that is considered an early final for the Premier League title. Manchester City is considered right now from the strongest teams in Europe, if not the strongest, and beating them when they are in their full squad is an impossible mission. Jose Mourinho will try to continue the winning run after Arsenal’s win and beat his longtime rival, Guardiola, at the Old Trafford. However, we expect a draw.
Manchester United lost seven Manchester Derbies in the last 12 matches, which is the same number Manchester United have lost in their last 45 matches.