U18 Starting XI: Manchester United v Newcastle United – Barclays U18 Premier League

Manchester United U18’s are back in action this evening at the J Davidson Stadium in Altrincham. Newcastle United are their opposition and a win is needed to help raise some spirits after a lack lustre start to the season. The young Red Devils currently lie in eighth place in the Barclays U18 Premier League table, two points clear of Newcastle United in tenth place. United have lost matches against Everton and Sunderland in the last two league matches, with their last victory against Blackburn Rovers over a month ago. Points are something McGuinness’ side need to start earning if they are to push higher in the league this season. With Everton sitting at the top of the table twelve points over United, this season looks like a tough one for the young Red Devils.

Here are the starting elevens and list of substitutes for both sides this evening:

Manchester United:

1. Henderson;

2. Reid, 4. Tuanzebe, 5. Williams, 3. Borthwick-Jackson;

7. Riley, 6. Fosu-Mensah, 8. Redmond, 11. Dearnley;

10. Gribbin, 9. Rashford


12. Warren, 13. Byrne, 14. Scott, 15. Rathbone, 16. Johnson


Newcastle United:

1. Woolston;

2. Cobain, 5. Newberry, 6. Cameron, 3. Laidlen;

4. Drennan, 8. Storey;

7. Ward, 10. Longstaff, 11. Heaney;

9. Johnson


12. Suddick, 13. Pearson, 14. Charman, 15. Hunter, 16. Pollock


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