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Confirmed Starting XI: Manchester United v San Jose Earthquakes – #MUTour2018

Manchester United will face Major League Soccer side San Jose Earthquakes in the second pre-season match of the tour of the United States on Sunday evening (in the United Kingdom). The match will be played at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. United drew 1-1 against Mexican side Club America in the early hours of Friday morning.

Lee Grant made his debut playing the first 45 minutes of the match with Joel Pereira playing the second half. It was in the second half when the Mexican side scored and later in the game, Juan Mata scored the equaliser. Alexis Sanchez travelled to the USA over the weekend, training with the squad yesterday and Nemanja Matic has arrived today.

Manchester United:

J. Pereira;

Valencia, Bailly, Smalling, Shaw;

Herrera, Garner, A. Pereira;

Chong, Martial, Sanchez

Substitutes:

Grant; Darmian, Fosu-Mensah, Mitchell, Tuanzebe, Williams; Bohui, Gomes, Hamilton, McTominay, Mata; Greenwood

United last played San Jose Earthquakes back in the summer of 2015, winning 3-1 at the California Memorial Stadium in Berkeley. The goalscorers in that match were Juan Mata (32′), Memphis Depay (37′), and Andreas Pereira (61′). United will be seeking to earn their first victory of their pre-season tour this evening ready for the International Champions Cup, which will start against AC Milan in the early hours of Thursday morning.

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