It’s back to Premier League action for Manchester United as the Old Trafford club continue their assault on the top four. Despite a couple of recent hiccups, West Brom will arrive at Old Trafford on the back of a fantastic season so far. This means the odds could be on a tight encounter in this three o’clock kick off.
After both goals against West Brom earlier in the campaign, Zlatan Ibrahimovic misses out this time round. The striker serves the final match of his three-game suspension, while Ander Herrera is also banned. Jose Mourinho’s midfield options have been further hampered by an injury to Marouane Fellaini on international duty, while Paul Pogba and Wayne Rooney remain doubts.
For West Brom, Tony Pulis will no longer be able to call on stalwart Jonas Olsson. The defender has been allowed to return home to Sweden and join Djurgarden with immediate effect. The boss will be looking for his nine internationals to return injury-free, including Jake Livermore who will be buoyed by his start for England against Germany.