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Starting XI: Shaw and Young return for the U23’s against Swansea

Manchester United U23’s face Swansea City U23’s in the Premier League 2 at Leigh Sports Village this evening. A week ago United beat Leicester City 1-0 with a  Demetri Mitchell free kick which was a tough game for United. Three points in the bag already, the young Red Devils will be looking to have a similar start to the first team, winning both of their Premier League fixtures against West Ham United and Swansea City. Ricky Sbragia’s side will be looking to take advantage of the Swans. Luke Shaw and Ashley Young return from injury which will be a big boost for Jose Mourinho with added strength and depth coming back in, especially Shaw coming in which will give United a solid left-back, something Mourinho and the squad have missed in the latter part of last season and so far this season. United could well have a great start in this league, but this will not be an easy encounter for Sbragia’s side.

Manchester United:

J. Pereira;

Olosunde, Williams, Tuanzebe, Shaw;

Willock, McTominay;

Young, Boonen, Mitchell;

Bohui

Substitutes:

Warren, Richardson, Hamilton, Riley, Kehinde

Swansea City:

Zabret;

Reid, Harries, Rodon, Lewis;

Maric, Evans;

Garrick, Byers, Gorre;

Baker-Richardson

Substitutes:

Cullen, Thomas, Dulca,  Plezier, Bainbridge

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