Manchester United travel to Goodison Park this weekend to take on Everton and could go 11 points clear off fifth place with a win and practically securing a Champions League place for next season.
Here’s how they should line up:
David de Gea
De Gea has won admirers across the world with his dazzling diaplays in goal and will want to continue for as long as possible. Only time will tell whether he takes the contract on offer to him at Old Trafford or moves to Real Madrid though.
Slowly, the Ecuadorian is growing into his new defensive role, but he still needs to develop his defensive forethought. His ability to read the game and stop opposition attacks is growing.
The former Maidenhead man will want to celebrate his four year deal at Old Trafford with a glittering end to the season. In the absence of Marcos Rojo, he will be the most experienced defender and others will look to him to step up.
The 19-year-old has settled well into life in the Manchester United first team, coping with the weight of expectation. A good end to this season could see a promising start to the next.
Shaw will likely want to see the back of this season as early as possible. Poor form and niggling injuries have seen his impact at Old Trafford limited.