Two changes – Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-3-3 XI vs Southampton

After a boring draw vs Liverpool, Manchester United returned to winning ways by beating Crystal Palace 1-3 in their own backyard.

Next up, the Red Devils will collide against relegation threatened Southampton at Old Trafford tomorrow.

The Saints are 18th in the table, they defeated Fulham in the midweek and need a good result against United to improve their chances of safety.

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As far Solskjaer’s team news is concerned, we can expect the Norwegian boss to make two changes in the starting team that played vs the Eagles on Wednesday night.

Diogo Dalot started in the attack in the midweek. He should start in his natural RB position in place of veteran Young vs the Saints.

Rashford started on the bench in the last contest and played for 13 odd minutes as a substitute. The England international should return to start as the lone center forward up front. Belgian star Romelu Lukaky, who netted a brace vs Palace, could start on the right wing.

On the other hand, Ivorian international Eric Bailly should return and replace Chris Smalling to start in the central defense with Victor Lindelof.