Martial & Lingard are listed as needing late fitness tests.ArizonaRed wrote: ↑Sat Feb 23, 2019 1:17 amI would like to think that Ole already had this game circled on his calendar; and as soon as Woodward contacted him about taking over, he started getting ready for it.
The injuries to Martial and Lingard are going to be critical, coming back too quickly from a soft tissue injury and a reoccurrence is a definite possibility being forced into making substitutions is never a good thing. Unless they are absolutely certain that they can give 100% for 90+ minutes I cannot see them starting.
I do not think we will see a Mourinho “master class” bus parking, instead I’ll borrow from a UnitedRant podcast who predicted that Ole might “park the Ferrari" - with the engine running. Give LFC all the possession they want as long as it’s around the halfway line, do not allow them to run through the center of the pitch without being challenged and on every turnover get them moving backwards.
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Solskjaer has told MUTV that he will be out for a couple of weeks, after an injury sustained in training. United play five times in the next 15 days, with fixtures after today against Crystal Palace (a), Southampton (h), Paris St-Germain (a) and Arsenal (a).
Possibly. 2 subs after 25 minutes is never good. Especially when there are more walking wounded.
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