Man United face San Jose Earthquakes in the second game of their pre-season tour on Wednesday with Louis Van Gaal hopeful of another good performance.
The Dutch tactician will have to make do without David de Gea and Antonio Valencia again as both are still ruled out with minor injuries.
Van Gaal is likely to use two separate XIs again as he did during the 1-0 win over Club America, with a number of his new signings all set to feature.
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GK: Sam Johnstone
With de Gea out of the picture due to injury, the 22-year-old will get another chance to prove that he is more than capable of stepping in when required.
DF: Matteo Darmian
Van Gaal has suggested that the Italian will be back-up to Valencia this season, but he’ll want to prove that he deserves a starting spot.
DF: Phil Jones
It remains to be seen whether or not Van Gaal is looking for continuity this summer as he could stick with the same centre-back pairing as he had against Club America in the first half.
DF: Daley Blind
The Dutchman will be a key figure in the squad this coming season, but he’ll continue to fill in while United assess their options and as they wait for Marcos Rojo.
DF: Luke Shaw
Shaw looked a lot sharper in his first outing this summer, and he will hope that he can continue that way and gain match fitness while avoiding any injury setbacks.
MF: Morgan Schneiderlin
The French international scored on his non-competitive debut and received rave reviews for his overall performance. United may well have finally solved a long-standing problem in their midfield.
MF: Michael Carrick
Carrick continues to be the creative hub in the United midfield, and with some real steel either side of him, he can use all that ability freely.
MF: Bastian Schweinsteiger
The new recruit came off the bench for the second half last time out, but Van Gaal may well opt to see how different combinations work.
FW: Memphis Depay
Deeply still has plenty to adjust to after arriving from PSV this summer, but Van Gaal will only let him do that if continues to give him significant minutes.
FW: Juan Mata
The Spaniard might miss out to Young, Herrera, Pereira or Januzaj as all came off the bench to play the second half against Club America.
FW: Wayne Rooney
Rooney will need to get accustomed to life back as the focal point of the United attack, and while he won’t last the entire game, he will benefit from another 45 minutes as the man up front.