Though the title may not be up for grabs any longer, the Red Devils are still hoping to make a strong a finish as possible as they are just six points away from bringing Champions League football back to Old Trafford.
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However, Van Gaal still has a number of injury concerns in the middle of the pitch, and will have to shuffle the pack slightly in order to make sure there are no embossing mistakes.
Good news is that he will be able to welcome Wayne Rooney back into the fold, whose knee injury isn’t thought to be as serious as first feared, but young full-back Luke Shaw is sill MIA.
GK: David de Gea
The Spaniard has surely cemented his place in the side as this home stretch could be his last few games for the club.
LB: Daley Blind
Set to take Shaw’s place in the defence, he has been one of United’s more consistent signings from last summer.
CB: Paddy McNair
The young Ulsterman will step in for Phil Jones, who is no longer injured, but not yet deemed match fit.
CB: Chris Smalling
With Marcos Rojo still out of action, Smalling will continue as the elder statesman in the heart of the defence.
RB: Antonio Valencia
Has adapted well to being pushed further back, and will look to get forward to exploit West Brom’s slow left side.