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Review & Ratings: Odion Ighalo and Harry Maguire score to see United into FA Cup semi-final; creativity worrying with club finding it hard to break down Norwich City

Manchester United beat Norwich City 2-1 at Carrow Road, reaching the semi-final of the Emirates FA Cup this season. Odion Ighalo scored the opening goal in the 51st minute of the match but United saw Todd Cantwell score an equaliser in the 75th minute of the match, which forced extra time with United struggling to find a winner. That came in the 118th minute with club captain Harry Maguire heading from close-range.

The first half of the game was missing a lot of things. United ended up with 67.5% possession, had eight shots – five of which were blocked with three being off target. Solskjaer’s side is screaming out for the likes of Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, who had all been rested, presumably to keep them fresh ahead of Tuesday’s visit to face Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League. The half ended 0-0.

United opened the scoring six minutes into the second half with Odion Ighalo scoring his fifth goal for United this season. Luke Shaw tried to cross the ball into the box but it was blocked before Juan Mata could reach the ball and it ballooned into the air with the Nigerian striker in the right place at the right time, finishing superbly putting the ball into the back of the net to put United ahead in the match.

Solskjaer made a triple change in the 63rd minute of the match with United leading at the time with Brandon Williams, Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood all coming on with Diogo Dalot, Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata coming off. Minutes later, Norwich threatened and nearly equalised with the ball seemingly being cleared off the line, which was a close call for United, who were still 1-0 up in the match.

Norwich equalised in the 75th minute through Todd Cantwell, who is a player that Solskjaer should keep an eye on, although the 22-year-old predominantly plays on the left of midfield. The ball was worked across to Cantwell from the left and he unleashed a fizzing effort which swerved away from Sergio Romero and into the bottom corner of the net. It was unfortunate for the Argentinian, who has conceded four goal this season.

Solskjaer made a double substitution in the 78th minute of the match with Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic replacing Scott McTominay and Fred with United needing to score again to be in Sunday’s semi-final draw. Norwich held off the pressure for a while but in a challenge Timm Klose was sent off for fouling Ighalo on the edge of the box after the striker rounded him and looked to threaten once again.

United still required more with the clock counting down with six minutes of time added on. At the end, United had a double chance to find the winner with Mason Greenwood coming closest to beating Tim Krul just before the whistle was blown with Pogba offside. The half was over and extra time was coming after the 1-1 draw with United needing to take advantage of having the extra man for another 30 minutes.

Solskjaer made his sixth and final substitution, the extra one because of the match going into extra time, bringing on Anthony Martial and taking Eric Bailly off, throwing it all at Norwich to find that elusive winning goal of the game which would put United into the semi-finals of the FA Cup this season. With Norwich down to ten-men, it so far, seemed to be a tough task with four or five attacking players on the pitch.

Pogba had a good shot on goal in the 104th minute of the match with Krul making the save with his arm then racing out to collect the rebound to stop United from taking any advantage. Martial then looked poised to score a minute later with Jamal Lewis putting the Frenchman off, stopping his side from conceding another goal in the game. United needed to keep throwing it all at Norwich.

Towards the end of extra time, United were still throwing all they had at Norwich to try and find the winner. Harry Maguire had an attempt earlier in the half with United seemingly all over Norwich with the home club not having much response, possibly due to tiredness. Maguire scored the winner in the 118th minute of the match with a header, finally beating Krul from close-range.

United will now find themselves in the draw for the semi-finals of the Emirates FA Cup this season, which will be drawn at half time during the Newcastle United versus Manchester City match at St Jame’s Park on Sunday evening, which will sort out their opposition in the matches which will be played behind closed doors at Wembley on the weekend of the 18 and 19 July 2020, meaning United will have another match to play.

Manchester United

22 Sergio Romero

The Argentinian was unfortunate to be beaten in the 75th minute of the match, conceding his fourth goal this season, unfortunate not to be able to keep his 12th clean sheet in all cup competitions. It happens and he will not be happy that he was beaten.

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Diogo Dalot

The young right-back did what he needed to do defensively most of the time but his inexperience may have let him down at times. He's not Aaron Wan-Bissaka and could have been one of United's weaker players against Norwich. He was replaced by Brandon Williams in the 63rd minute of the match.

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3 Eric Bailly

The Ivorian defender did what he needed to do against Norwich and was unfortunate to see his side concede a goal in the 75th minute. It was good to see him given a chance to take on Victor Lindelof to partner Harry Maguire, doing himself proud on the way. He was replaced by Anthony Martial six minutes into extra time with Solskjaer taking a gamble to find the winning goal.

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5 Harry Maguire

The captain will probably go down as the Man of the Match in this game, doing well from the outset and through the 120 minute match, scoring the winner in the 118th minute, finally beating Tim Krul from close-range with a header and earning an FA Cup semi-final for United with then draw to take place on Sunday evening.

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23 Luke Shaw

The left-back had a good game for United, breaking forward a lot of the time to support the attack during the entire game. He was going to be replaced in the 63rd minute of the match but Dalot was opted for instead, with Williams playing at right-back as opposed to left-back.

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39 Scott McTominay

The Scotland international played the game against Norwich, getting into the right areas but was unable to inspire United to much. He was on the pitch when United took the lead, and when Norwich equalised, not through any error of his own. He was replaced by Paul Pogba in the 78th minute of the match with United needing another goal to win the match.

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17 Fred

The midfielder did things in the right manner against Norwich but seems to be a player that has not carried his form on from three months ago, which is understandable. As a squad player, Fred fits the bill at United but with Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba both at the club and the fact that Nemanja Matic offers more at the minute, his game time is going to be hampered. Fred was replaced by Matic in the 78th minute of the match.

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8 Juan Mata

The Spanish magician played well against Norwich despite a relatively poor first half of football. United were clearly lacking the impetus of attack but got there before any changes were made. Mata was replaced by Marcus Rashford in the 63rd minute of the match.

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18 Bruno Fernandes

The Portuguese midfielder was a strong player against Norwich, doing all he needed to do to help create chances for the club, with many being missed left, right, and centre. He was booked in extra time for a cynical challenge, which might be something he needs to cool on, seemingly being frustrated that United were struggling to find that winning goal.

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14 Jesse Lingard

When Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed that Jesse Lingard would play against Norwich, I wondered why. After seeing him play for 60-odd minutes, I wonder how many more chances he will get to show that he is a player that United should be retaining ahead of the summer transfer window opening. Surely he does not have many more chances left? Not good enough for United, his form is just not improving at all.

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25 Odion Ighalo

The Nigerian striker scored his fifth goal for the club, meaning he has scored in both rounds of the Emirates FA Cup that he has played in during his time at the club. It was a good finish from the striker, who shows just what he can offer the club going forward.

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Substitutes

33 Brandon Williams

Replaced Dalot 63'. The fullback played in the right-back position for well over an hour with extra time being player in this match. He did enough to help United thwart the danger from Norwich and help set United on the front foot to push towards the victory.

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10 Marcus Rashford

Replaced Lingard 63'. The forward did not seem to be in the zone when he came on, but grew into the game, He was unable to help United get that winning goal, which was a shame.

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11 Mason Greenwood

Replaced Mata 63'. The young forward had a good game against Norwich, playing for well over the hour with extra time. He did not score but was very lively, pushing Norwich back with Solskjaer telling hims to stay wide to keep Norwich running, presumably to tire them out even more.

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31 Nemanja Matic

Replaced Fred 78'. The veteran defensive midfielder played the part in United victory, adding some freshness to the team as they played extra time pushing for the victory they eventually got.

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6 Paul Pogba

Replaced McTominay 78'. The Frenchman was a breath of fresh air for United with only Fernandes creating in the game before his arrival. It was a frustrating match for United, but they got there in the end, with penalties on the horizon.

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9 Anthony Martial

Replaced Bailly 96'. The Frenchman should have perhaps started but with United facing Brighton and Hove Albion away on Tuesday, I can see why he was rested. He did play 20-odd minutes though so will be fresh for Tuesday. He provided the assist for Maguire's winner.

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Goals: Todd Cantwell 75′; Odion Ighalo 51′, Harry Maguire 118′

Assists: Emiliano Buendia 75′; Anthony Martial 118′

Manchester United: Romero; Dalot (Williams 63′), Bailly (Martial 96′), Maguire, Shaw; McTominay (Pogba 78′), Fred (Matic 78′); Mata (Greenwood 63′), Fernandes, Lingard (Rashford 63′); Ighalo

Substitutes Not Used: De Gea; Fosu-Mensah; Pereira

Bookings: Timm Klose 89′ sent off; Bruno Fernandes 109′

Confirmed Starting XI: Ighalo leads the line against Norwich, supported by Mata, Lingard and Fernandes; Pogba, Martial and Rashford on the bench

Manchester United will be back in Emirates FA Cup action as they travelled to Carrow Road to face Norwich City this evening. It will be the third time Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has faced Norwich this season, winning 3-1 at Carrow Road in October and 4-0 at Old Trafford in January, which has helped contribute to Norwich’s poor position in the league.

Daniel Farke could be seeking to get one over United, as this season, consistency is not something that Solskjaer’s side have had for much of the season, despite their 13-match unbeaten run which United and Solskjaer will be battling to keep running at this stage of the season, keeping chase on a UEFA Champions League place next season.

Manchester United:

Romero;

Dalot, Bailly, Maguire, Shaw;

McTominay, Fred;

Mata, Fernandes, Lingard;

Ighalo

Substitutes:

De Gea; Fosu-Mensah, Williams; Pogba, Pereira, Matic; Martial, Rashford, Greenwood

Norwich City:

Krul;

Aarons, Godfrey, Klose, Lewis;

Tettey, McLean;

Buendia, Rupp, Cantwell;

Pukki

Substitutes:

McGovern, Vrancic, Leitner, Hernandez, Stiepermann, Trybull, Drmic, Duda, Idah

United and Norwich have played 18 times in the Premier League with United winning 14 times, drawing once and losing three times. In total, United have scored 35 goals conceding 11. United have kept 10 clean sheets with the Canaries keeping two. United have been awarded four penalties, scoring two with the Canaries having none.. In total, United have received 15 yellow cards. The Canaries have received 22 yellow cards. Neither team have had a player sent off.

United will have a break from Premier League action, which sees them still five points behind Chelsea after Frank Lampard’s side beat Manchester City in the Premier League on Thursday evening. Solskjaer will be seeking another win in the FA Cup, seeing his club in the draw for the semi-final stage and keep their chances of ending the season with a trophy on a high, which would be a good end to the season.

How Manchester United could look against Norwich City; Romero in goal; Matic, McTominay and Pogba in midfield, Rashford, Martial and Greenwood in attack?

Manchester United will be back in Emirates FA Cup action as they travel to Carrow Road to face Norwich City on Saturday evening. It will be the third time Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has faced Norwich this season, winning 3-1 at Carrow Road in October and 4-0 at Old Trafford in January, which has helped contribute to Norwich’s poor position in the league.

Daniel Farke could be seeking to get one over United, as this season, consistency is not something that Solskjaer’s side have had for much of the season, despite their 13-match unbeaten run which United and Solskjaer will be battling to keep running at this stage of the season, keeping chase on a UEFA Champions League place next season.

United and Norwich have played 18 times in the Premier League with United winning 14 times, drawing once and losing three times. In total, United have scored 35 goals conceding 11. United have kept 10 clean sheets with the Canaries keeping two. United have been awarded four penalties, scoring two with the Canaries having none.. In total, United have received 15 yellow cards. The Canaries have received 22 yellow cards. Neither team have had a player sent off.

United will have a break from Premier League action, which sees them still five points behind Chelsea after Frank Lampard’s side beat Manchester City in the Premier League on Thursday evening. Solskjaer will be seeking another win in the FA Cup, seeing his club in the draw for the semi-final stage and keep their chances of ending the season with a trophy on a high, which would be a good end to the season.

Here is my predicted starting XI to face Norwich City in the Emirates FA Cup at Carrow Road on Saturday evening…

Goalkeeper: Sergio Romero

The Argentinian has been called upon in the cup competitions this season and I expect that to continue on Saturday evening against Norwich City. Sergio Romero has kept 11 clean sheets playing in the FA Cup, Carabao Cup and the UEFA Europa League this season, conceding just three goals in his 14 appearances in this competitions this season. It could give David De Gea a break ahead of United’s return to Premier League action against Brighton and Hove Albion on Tuesday evening.

Defenders: Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly, Harry Maguire, Brandon Williams

Solskjaer may not make many changes in his defence but he could opt for Diogo Dalot at right-back, instead of Aaron Wan-Bissaka but I reckon he will keep the more experienced of the two in the team to face Norwich. He might make a change in the game, if a win has been secured. Eric Bailly should be given the opportunity in this match, being an unused substitute against Sheffield United and raring to go. Harry Maguire should be kept in the side. Brandon Williams could be given another chance at left-back, giving Luke Shaw a rest ahead of Tuesday.

Midfield: Nemanja Matic, Scott McTominay, Paul Pogba

The midfield is an area where Solskjaer has a lot of options now with Paul Pogba back in action and looking to prove his doubters wrong this season. I expect Bruno Fernandes to be rested, albeit on the bench for this game, being called upon should he be needed. Pogba could play in the advanced role with Nemanja Matic and Scott McTominay playing in the deeper positions, which could work. Solskjaer will have adequate substitutes, if need be.

Forwards: Mason Greenwood, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford

This forward line could be very exciting for the future. Between them this season, with Anthony Martial scoring a hat-trick against Sheffield United on Wednesday evening, the trio has scored 50 goals in all competition this season. Marcus Rashford will be seeking to find more goals since his return from injury against Spurs with Mason Greenwood also seeking to raise his goal tally of 12 so far this season. Can they achieve 60 or more goals between them this season?

Substitutes: David De Gea; Victor Lindelof, Diogo Dalot, Luke Shaw; Juan Mata, Bruno Fernandes, Daniel James, Angel Gomes; Odion Ighalo

From the bench, Solskjaer will have five substitutes for the remainder of the season, which is a good thing for the game. Granted, he can only have three substitution slots, for a total of five players, not five individual substitutes. David De Gea will be on the bench, should he be needed, as will Victor Lindelof, Diogo Dalot and Luke Shaw in defence. In midfield. Juan Mata, Bruno Fernandes, Daniel James and Angel Gomes could be called upon if needed with Odion Ighalo the only forward on the bench.

Preview: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer out to push Norwich City aside once against as Manchester United push for FA Cup semi-final place

Norwich City -v- Manchester United

Emirates FA Cup

Carrow Road, Norwich

Saturday 27 June 2020, KO 17:30 BST

Referee: Jonathan Moss Assistants: Edward Smart, Peter Kirkup Fourth Official: Andrew Madley

VAR: Simon Hooper Assistant VAR: Derek Eaton

Replacement Official: Lee Venamore

Manchester United will be back in Emirates FA Cup action as they travel to Carrow Road to face Norwich City on Saturday evening. It will be the third time Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has faced Norwich this season, winning 3-1 at Carrow Road in October and 4-0 at Old Trafford in January, which has helped contribute to Norwich’s poor position in the league.

Daniel Farke could be seeking to get one over United, as this season, consistency is not something that Solskjaer’s side have had for much of the season, despite their 13-match unbeaten run which United and Solskjaer will be battling to keep running at this stage of the season, keeping chase on a UEFA Champions League place next season.

Form: United unbeaten 13 matches, scoring 33 goals, conceding three times, keeping 10 clean sheets; Norwich poor in their last six matches and lost set to be relegated this season.

Manchester United: WDWWWD

Sheffield United 3-0 W, Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 D, LASK 5-0 W, Manchester City 2-0 W, Derby County 3-0 W, Everton 1-1 D

Norwich City: LLLWWL

Everton 1-0 L, Southampton 3-0 L, Sheffield United 1-0 L, Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 (4-3 pens) W, Leicester City 1-0 W, Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-0 L

Top Scorers: Martial and Rashford have scored more goals between them than Norwich have this season. United’s forward line (Rashford, Martial and Greenwood) have scored 50 goals between them this season.

Manchester United Goals: 19 – Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, 12 – Mason Greenwood, 5 – Scott McTominay, 4 – Bruno Fernandes, Odion Ighalo, Daniel James, 3 – Juan Mata, 2 – Fred, Own Goal, Jesse Lingard, Harry Maguire, Andreas Pereira, 1 – Diogo Dalot, Phil Jones, Victor Lindelof, Nemanja Matic, Luke Shaw, Brandon Williams, Ashley Young

United are unbeaten in 13 matches, scoring 33 goals, conceding three times, keeping 10 clean sheets and driving forward in their bid to reach the top four of the Premier League. Solskjaer’s side will be look to to retain that ruthless streak, especially after stuttering against Spurs last week. The 3-0 victory over the Blades will inspire them to do the same to Norwich, winning at Carrow Road for the second time this season.

Norwich City Goals: 11 – Teemu Pukki, 6 – Todd Cantwell, 3 – Josip Drmic, Adam Idah, 2 – Onel Hernández, 1 – Grant Hanley, Jamal Lewis, Kenny McLean, Dennis Srbeny, Alexander Tettey, Mario Vrancic

Norwich have not done well in the Premier League this season and look to be relegated back to the Championship before the season is over. They have won just two times in their last six matches and one of those wins was on penalties in the FA Cup. Since the league restarted, Norwich have conceded four goals without reply, which does not bode well. Perhaps they will put up a fight against United this weekend.

Team News: Solskjaer has no new injuries with Tuanzebe and Jones likely to miss the Norwich clash; Farke could be without up to four players for the second visit of United to Carrow Road this season.

Solskjaer could be without both Axel Tuanzebe and Phil Jones for the second visit to Carrow Road of the season as United take on Norwich City for the third time this season in the FA Cup. There does not seem to be any new injury worries in the squad ahead of Saturday evening’s match against the Premier League strugglers, which is a good thing.

Norwich manager Daniel Farke will be without Grant Hanley, Christoph Zimmermann and Sam Byram with the trio already ruled out of the clash with United. A fourth player could be missing from the match with Josip Drmic out with a knock, however, he has a 50% chance of facing United, probably after a late fitness test. This could be an important match.

Predicted Starting XI: Rashford, Martial and Greenwood to lead the line, Pogba in the advanced role, Matic and McTominay in midfield?

Before the coronavirus pandemic, this match would have brought a lot of rotation in the squad but because the club are only two matches back after three months of no action, many of the players involved in the last two matches might be called upon to get the result Solskjaer wants, a win so United reach the semi-final and possibly the final – winning it.

Match Prediction: United have more wins against Norwich in the past but in a cup competition, that form can soon go out of the window. In the last two matches (October and January) United have won 3-1 and 4-0. Solskjaer will want to keep that run going.

United and Norwich have played 18 times in the Premier League with United winning 14 times, drawing once and losing three times. In total, United have scored 35 goals conceding 11. United have kept 10 clean sheets with the Canaries keeping two. United have been awarded four penalties, scoring two with the Canaries having none.. In total, United have received 15 yellow cards. The Canaries have received 22 yellow cards. Neither team have had a player sent off.

United will have a break from Premier League action, which sees them still five points behind Chelsea after Frank Lampard’s side beat Manchester City in the Premier League on Thursday evening. Solskjaer will be seeking another win in the FA Cup, seeing his club in the draw for the semi-final stage and keep their chances of ending the season with a trophy on a high, which would be a good end to the season.

Norwich City 0-4 Manchester United

Review & Ratings: Rashford brace and goals from Martial and Greenwood sink the Canaries; Williams making the left-back position his own

Manchester United beat Norwich City 4-0 at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. It was the result that was needed after three poor results fo far in 2020. Marcus Rashford opened the scoring in the first half and doubled the lead seven minutes into the second half from the penalty spot. Goals from Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood secured the points. Juan Mata assisted twice in the match.

United started well in the game and Marcus Rashford was hungry to increase his goal tally this season, showing his skills on his 200th appearance for the club. In the 27th minute of the match, United opened the scoring with Juan Mata playing in a superb ball to Rashford in the box who buried his shot from close-range. After taking the lead, United were pushing to find a second goal with some good attacking play.

United doubled their lead in the 52nd minute of the match from the penalty spot. Brandon Williams, who had shown his fight and determination in this match, ran into the box with the ball and drew a foul from Tim Krul. Rashford took the penalty, scoring his second goal of the game and piling the pressure on which Norwich side who will remain at the bottom of the table. United got everything right, so far.

Two minutes after Rashford put United 2-0 up, Anthony Martial got a goal, his 11th of the season and the third goal of the game. Mata played the assist into the box for the Frenchman to beat Krul, putting the game well and truly in United’s favour. This is just what the doctor ordered, a good win at the Theatre of Dreams heading into an Emirates FA Cup replay against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Wednesday.

Mason Greenwood replaced Andreas Pereira in the 71st minute of the match and score United’s fourth goal in the 76th minute, his ninth goal of the season. Norwich tried to head the ball away from the box with United on the attack and Greenwood collected, ran into the box and beat Krul for the fourth time in the game. Angel Gomes replaced Martial in the 80th minute of the match, giving him a run out with United dominant.

United will now have four days before welcoming Wolverhampton Wanderers to the Theatre of Dreams in their Emirates FA Cup replay, seeking to find a place in the fourth round of the competition, where the winner of this replay will face either Watford or Tranmere Rovers. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be happier with what he saw from his team in this match which will raise their confidence to face Wolves again.

Manchester United

1 David De Gea

The Spanish goalkeeper made a great save to deny Norwich from equalising at the end of the first half. In the second, he had little to do with United scoring three more goals and minimising the time Norwich had on the ball.

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29 Aaron Wan-Bissaka

The right-back was largely untroubled against Norwich. He ran the pace on the right flank and did what he needed to do in helping United get forward time and time again. Norwich will be happy when this game ends.

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2 Victor Lindelof

The Iceman was calm and composed against Norwich after a few turbulent matches which left United winless so far in 2020. However, that changed today. It will be interesting what happens when Bailly is back in the first team - it should bring out the best of all defenders who will be fighting for their places in the team.

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5 Harry Maguire

It was presumed that he would be another long injury lay off for the club, causing lost of discontent during the week but it was all rumour, little fact. He trained on Friday, after missing the City defeat and started against Norwich, playing a good game, although United's defence had little to do during the game.

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33 Brandon Williams

The left-back is fastly becoming the best left-back at the club. He was heavily involved in the first half of the match and won a penalty in the second, which Rashford scored. He was unlucky to score himself but at the far post, he messed up his finish from close-range with a bouncing ball, missing the target and he looked annoyed with himself. He's still a class act in this team.

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17 Fred

The Brazilian midfielder played well again and should be commended for his rise in form this season, especially after last season. United have little movement in terms of midfielders at this moment in time but Fred has continued to put the effort into showing his ability. He's a player the manager can rely on.

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31 Nemanja Matic

Despite playing a lot of football recently, the Serbian was a good choice for this match. Granted Norwich did not offer much but he kept the midfield working and shielded the back four when needed. However, he cannot keep playing all these matches in a short period so United will need to find another gameplay in midfield.

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Andreas Pereira

The Belgian-born Brazilian played well at times against Norwich. Granted, he's a player who has been passed around midfield of late but against Norwich, in the right-wing position, he did what he needed to do. He was replaced in the 71st minute by Greenwood.

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8 Juan Mata

Played well against Norwich and played a superb ball into Rashford to open the scoring in the 27th minute of the match. The Spanish midfielder got a second assist for Martial's goal - the third goal of the game.

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10 Marcus Rashford

On his 200th appearance for the club, Rashford showed his skill when trying to find an early goal. He opened the scoring in the 27th minute, assisted by Mata. He scored from the penalty spot in the 52nd minute after Williams won the penalty after Krul made a poor challenge. In the 59th minute, Rashford was replace by James.

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9 Anthony Martial

The Frenchman scored United third goal of the game and playing a good attacking game with United in control from the first minute of the match. It was good to see Martial back on the scoresheet. His game was over in the 80th minute after Gomes replaced him.

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Substitutes

21 Daniel James

Replaced Rashford 59'. The Welsh winger may have needed a rest but would have to play 30 minutes against Norwich as he replaced Rashford, who went straight down the tunnel. He did what he needed to do and United scored two more goals with him on the pitch.

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11 Mason Greenwood

Replaced Pereira 71'. The 18-year-old continue his good first full season in the first team by scoring another goal, United's fourth against Norwich. His ability on an off the ball is great to see, as is his rise through the ranks as he works as hard as anyone else.

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28 Angel Gomes

Replaced Martial 80'. It was good to see Gomes given minutes in the team. He should get more in the coming weeks, which might change his contract situation. The confidence gained from playing regularly might return some form for him, giving him a platform to shine.

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Goals: Marcus Rashford 27′, 52′, Anthony Martial 54′, Mason Greenwood 76′

Assists: Juan Mata 27′, 54′

Manchester United: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Williams; Fred, Matic; Pereira (Greenwood 71′), Mata, Rashford (James 59′); Martial (Gomes 80′)

Substitutes Not Used: Grant; Jones, Dalot; Chong

Bookings: 

Confirmed Starting XI: Martial leads the line, Rashford, Mata and Pereira support, Williams keeps his place against Norwich

Manchester United welcome Norwich City to Old Trafford in the Premier League this afternoon. It will be the second meeting between the two sides this season. United won the last 3-1 at Carrow Road with goals from Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial. Of late, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been poor at best ending December and 2019 in good form but are so far winless in 2020.

United need to venture into the transfer market this month, if only to rectify the lack of depth in the midfield, which would be welcomed by the Old Trafford faithful. Discontent seems to be rising amongst those who have an agenda, namely to attract views to their channels and the fans who seem to want to blame everyone but Ed Woodward and the Glazers for the problems at the club – they have been the one constant.

United need to find a way to get a first victory of 2020 on the board. They sit fifth in the Premier League table, five point adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea and one point ahead of sixth-placed Tottenham Hotspur, who have their own injury problems at this stage of the season with Harry Kane on the sidelines. Solskjaer may need to address his tactics in order to get better results as things are becoming more stagnant.

Manchester United:

De Gea;

Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Williams;

Fred, Matic;

Pereira, Mata, Rashford;

Martial

Substitutes:

Grant; Jones, Dalot, Shaw; James, Gomes; Greenwood

Norwich City:

Krul;

Aarons, Zimmermann, Hanley, Byram;

Tettey, Vrancic;

Buendia Stati, McLean, Cantwell;

Idah

Substitutes:

Fahrmann; Lewis, Amadou; Leitner, Trybull; Hernandez, Stiepermann

United and City have played a total of 70 matches in this history of both clubs with the first match being played in 1906. United have won 38 times, drawn 15 times and lost 17 times. The last defeat to Norwich came in the Premier League back in December 2015, a 2-1 defeat at the Old Trafford with Cameron Jerome and Alex Tettey putting the Canaries 2-0 up before Anthony Martial got a consolation for United.

United have endured a 13 match unbeaten run against Norwich which lasted from November 1979 until November 1986, then an 11 match unbeaten run from March 1991 until August 2004. Since the last defeat, United and Norwich have played twice with United winning both matches. A 3-1 victory at Carrow Road in October 2019 was the last meeting between the two clubs with Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford and Martial all scoring in that match.

How Manchester United could look against Norwich City; Martial to lead the line with Greenwood, Gomes and Williams given more time in the squad?

Manchester United go head to head with Norwich City at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. It will be the second meeting between the two sides in the league this season; United winning 3-1 at Carrow Road earlier in the season with Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial scoring the goals. Recently though, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been in poor form and are winless in 2020.

United may have Harry Maguire back in the team after reports suggested that he would face a long injury layoff, which seems to have been downplayed by the manager and the fact he trained with the first team on Friday morning. Paul Pogba and McTominay will be missing from the match, as will Marcos Rojo and Axel Tuanzebe. However, Eric Bailly and Tim Fosu-Mensah both return to action for the U23s on Friday evening.

Here is my predicted starting XI to face Norwich City in the Premier League at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon…

Goalkeeper: David De Gea

The Spanish goalkeeper has been in poor form recently but has also shown signs of reaching his potential once again. De Gea has achieved a lot at United and needs to be praised for helping the team as much as he has done over the last six to seven years. United need to find a way to get through this poor spell, which will involve the club looking at the problem above the team and the manager which gives the impression that this football club does not have the desire it once had. The Glazers and Ed Woodward need to be held accountable for this problem period which stretches the career of five permanent managers but Sir Alex Ferguson’s grip on the club did not fully let everyone see the damage being caused in the background.

Defenders: Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Brandon Williams

United’s defence needs to find solutions for its inability to keep clean sheets and drive the club forward. Getting a competent midfield in from of them will go a long way. If the players ahead of them are lacklustre, it is likely that the defence will not be as strong. Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Brandon Williams should keep their places in the fullback positions – Luke Shaw should not be starting in the left-back position as he has been a liability recently. Williams has shown more promise despite being five years his junior. Victor Lindelof will no doubt keep his place and it would seem that Harry Maguire could start this match despite rumours of him being injured for the long term.

Midfield: Fred, Nemanja Matic

The midfield required a major overhaul in order to keep the club playing a high level of football. Fred has done well this season but the desire for a player like Paul Pogba, when he’s in form is longed for. With Pogba and McTominay still out of action, Fred may be partnered by Nemanja Matic, who came off the bench against City for the second half, the United rises their game a little after conceding three goals in the first half. I had expected James Garner to get a chance this weekend but as he played for the U23s on Friday evening, him playing for the first team is unlikely. United need to see what they can get this month in order to save the season in this area.

Attacking Midfielders: Mason Greenwood, Angel Gomes, Marcus Rashford

United need to start finding creativity in the team. Jesse Lingard has offered next to nothing when he has played this season. He literally scored twice in 2019. Solskjaer will need to find the players from his squad to do the job on the pitch – with injuries that is going to be tough. Daniel James has been a creative player this season but could be tired of a run in the team. In this case, Mason Greenwood could do a job in this position. Marcus Rashford, the clubs top goalscorer this season will be a definite in the team. Angel Gomes should get the chance to secure a place in the team in the number ten position. If Juan Mata starts ahead of him, there will be disappointment. This lad needs playing time at this level.

Striker: Anthony Martial

The Frenchman has been ill recently and recovered enough to be on the bench on Tuesday against Manchester City, a 3-1 defeat for United. It is important that the Frenchman adapts and finds a way of breaking through and scoring the goals United need in order to win their matches. Martial needs to find the zones where the little creativity United put forward reaches – having Greenwood on the right of him might heed something and drive United forward in an inspiring way – that so needs to happen right now to bring some positivity back to the club.

Substitutes: Sergio Romero; Phil Jones, Diogo Dalot; Juan Mata, Andreas Pereira, Daniel James; Tahith Chong

Solskjaer needs to have players available to give fresh legs to the team if the need arises – and it will. Sergio Romero will keep his place as the substitute goalkeeper. Due to the injuries in defence and the fact Ashley Young is being linked with an exit of the club, possible this month, I don’t think he will be part of the team to face Norwich. In this case, Phil Jones and Diogo Dalot will form the replacements in defence. In midfield, I expect Juan Mata, Andreas Pereira and Daniel James to be on the bench – I feel James should be rested as he does look tired. In attack, Tahith Chong may be the only player to include being that Martial and Greenwood could both start the match.

Preview: Solskjaer needs to impress with United earning first victory of 2020 against Canaries; there needs to be desire to strengthen the squad this month too!

Manchester United -v- Norwich City

Premier League

Old Trafford, Manchester

Saturday 11 January 2020, KO 15:00 GMT

Referee: Anthony Taylor Assistants: Gary Beswick; Adam Nunn Fourth Official: Robert Jones 

VAR: Darren England Assistant VAR: Stephen Child

Manchester United welcome Norwich City to Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon. It will be the second meeting between the two sides this season. United won the last 3-1 at Carrow Road with goals from Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial. Of late, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have been poor at best ending December and 2019 in good form but are so far winless in 2020.

United need to venture into the transfer market this month, if only to rectify the lack of depth in the midfield, which would be welcomed by the Old Trafford faithful. Discontent seems to be rising amongst those who have an agenda, namely to attract views to their channels and the fans who seem to want to blame everyone but Ed Woodward and the Glazers for the problems at the club – they have been the one constant.

United need to find a way to get a first victory of 2020 on the board. They sit fifth in the Premier League table, five point adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea and one point ahead of sixth-placed Tottenham Hotspur, who have their own injury problems at this stage of the season with Harry Kane on the sidelines. Solskjaer may need to address his tactics in order to get better results as things are becoming more stagnant.

Form: United in dire form, winless in 2020, heading into Premier League clash with Norwich at the Theatre of Dreams; Norwich in poor form but have lost fewer matches than United recently.

Manchester United: LDLWWL

Manchester City 3-1 L, Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-0 D, Arsenal 2-0 L, Burnley 2-0 W, Newcastle United 4-1 W, Watford 2-0 L

Norwich City: WDDLLD

Preston North End 4-2 W, Crystal Palace 1-1 D, Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 D, Aston Villa 1-0 L, Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 L, Leicester City 1-1 D

Top Scorers: United have more goalscorer based on this seasons goalscoring activity but seem in a position whereby creativity is a major problem needing to be addressed.

Manchester United Goals: 17 – Marcus Rashford, 10 – Anthony Martial, 8 – Mason Greenwood, 3 – Daniel James, Scott McTominay, 2 – Own Goal, 1 – Victor Lindelof, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Andreas Pereira, Brandon Williams, Ashley Young

In the past six matches, United seemed to be turning a corner after their 2-0 defeat to Watford with a 4-1 victory over Newcastle United and a 2-0 victory over Burnley. However, a 2-0 defeat to Arsenal followed that with a 0-0 lacklustre draw with Wolves in the FA Cup and a 3-1 defeat to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg, leaving the Red Devils winless so far in 2020 which is not a good sign.

Norwich City Goals: 9 – Teemu Pukki, 6 – Todd Cantwell, 3 – Adam Idah, 2 – Onel Hernández, 1 – Josip Drmic, Kenny McLean, Dennis Srbeny, Alexander Tettey, Mario Vrancic

Norwich are the bottom team in the Premier League this season with just 14 points after 21 matches. They have won three matches, drawn five matches and lost a total of 13, which will make them the underdogs, even against this United side which can be called a shambles. United need to find a way of getting the better of teams, which has been less than convincing since last month. Winning this match is much-needed.

Team News: United could be without six players due to injury when Norwich visit the Theatre of Dreams on Saturday afternoon.

United are set to be without Scott McTominay, who could be back in action in February, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Axel Tuanzebe, and Marcos Rojo for the visit of Norwich on Saturday. There was a suggestion that Harry Maguire would spend time on the sidelines with a hip muscle injury but Solskjaer has suggested his injury is not as bas as reports say.

Eric Bailly and Tim Fosu-Mensah will play for the U23s against Newcastle United this evening, which is good news for the duo. Luke Shaw has been unavailable due to illness and could see himself back in the squad for this match if he recovers. Solskjaer may need to bring in some of the talented youth available at the club disposal for this match.

Norwich look set to be without Timm Klose, Ben Godfrey, Josip Drmic, and Teemu Pukki but could see both Ralf Fahrmann and Dennis Srbeny available if they come though fitness tests ahead of the game. This match may not be idea for either team at this moment in time considering the players on the sidelines for both clubs.

Predicted Starting XI: Greenwood leading the line, Rashford, Gomes and James in support? Fred to keep midfield place probably alongside Matic? Williams to keep left-back place?

Solskjaer does not have much availability in the squad to make too many changes ahead of the visit of Norwich to Old Trafford. I would expect Mason Greenwood to keep his place as the main striker in this match, supported by Marcus Rashford, Angel Gomes and Daniel James. James Garner should be given a chance to impress in midfield, alongside Fred with Brandon Williams keeping his place at left-back but Garner started for the U23s on Friday evening so would be unlikely to feature. I have a feeling that Harry Maguire will return to the starting XI in this game.

Match Prediction: United are undefeated in 53 matches out of 70 against Norwich City. United need to end winless run which started 2020.

United and City have played a total of 70 matches in this history of both clubs with the first match being played in 1906. United have won 38 times, drawn 15 times and lost 17 times. The last defeat to Norwich came in the Premier League back in December 2015, a 2-1 defeat at the Old Trafford with Cameron Jerome and Alex Tettey putting the Canaries 2-0 up before Anthony Martial got a consolation for United.

United have endured a 13 match unbeaten run against Norwich which lasted from November 1979 until November 1986, then an 11 match unbeaten run from March 1991 until August 2004. Since the last defeat, United and Norwich have played twice with United winning both matches. A 3-1 victory at Carrow Road in October 2019 was the last meeting between the two clubs with Scott McTominay, Marcus Rashford and Martial all scoring in that match.

Manchester United 2-1 Norwich City

Confirmed Starting XI: Martial, Rashford, and James lead the attack against Norwich City; Greenwood and Garner on the bench

Manchester United will face Norwich City at Carrow Road in the Premier League for the first time in just over three years this afternoon. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may be under pressure from factions of online ‘fans’ and the media, who always seem to have an axe to grind but in the past two matches, results have improved *slightly*.

United drew 1-1 with Premier League leaders, Liverpool, last Sunday at Old Trafford, also earning a victory away from home, beating Partizan Belgrade 1-0 in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday evening. More needs to be done but as injured players are returning to the squad, in times, things will start to get better.

Manchester United:

De Gea;

Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Young;

McTominay, Fred;

James, Pereira, Rashford;

Martial

Substitutes:

Romero; Rojo, Williams; Mata, Lingard, Garner; Greenwood

Norwich City:

Krul;

Aarons, Amadou, Godfrey, Lewis;

Tettey;

Stati, Leitner, McLean, Cantrell;

Pukki

Substitutes:

McGovern, Byram, Hernandez, Stiepermann, Trybull, Drmic, Srbeny

United and Norwich have played a total of 69 matches in the history of both clubs. United has won 37 times, drawing 15 times and losing 17 times. The last defeat against Norwich came at Old Trafford in December 2015, a 2-1 defeat which saw Cameron Jerome and Alex Tettey score for the away side and Anthony Martial score a consolation for United.

Preview: Norwich City v Manchester United – Barclays Premier League 2015/16

Carrow Road, Norwich

Barclays Premier League 2015/16

Saturday 7th May 2016, KO 12:45 BST Live on BT Sport 1HD

Referee: Craig Pawson

Assistant Referees: Mike Mullarkey and Dave Bryan

Fourth Official: Keith Hill

Manchester United go head to head with relegation fodder Norwich City in the Barclays Premier League to Carrow Road on Saturday lunchtime. United have three matches in the league remaining this season, including a game in hand over fourth-placed Manchester City. United need to pile the pressure on Norwich on their home turf by effectively confirming relegation for them in order to gain advantage over City, who face Arsenal on Sunday afternoon with anything less than a win putting the ball in United’s court, stealing fourth place on Tuesday with a victory over West Ham United, again away from Old Trafford. United have not had a good season, but you have to admit that injuries have added to the poor season, especially that of Luke Shaw who suffered a double leg fracture in the UEFA Champions League match away to PSV Eindhoven. That not only dealt a blow to his team-mate but destabilised the back four, especially in the fact that Shaw got forward a lot, supporting team-mate Memphis Depay, who has also suffered a loss of form and not been anything near his form for PSV last season, but he is playing in a much tougher league, which he may need to adapt to before starring. Some United supporters have written him off as a failure, despite the fact patience needs to be afforded. Not them, though, they know everything, including the future. I remember that some wrote of David De Gea and also Cristiano Ronaldo. Both are great examples of players that have adapted to a tougher league and grown considerably in their roles.

United have a tough run-in to the season, facing West Ham United in the last league encounter at Upton Park on Tuesday evening, before entertaining AFC Bournemouth at Old Trafford on the final day of the season – a team which beat United 2-1 earlier in the season. An Emirates FA Cup final against Crystal Palace at Wembley will end the season, possibly on a high, a better high than last season where UEFA Champions League football returned to the club, albeit through the play-off round. This season could be similar, but United could instead see UEFA Europa League football from the group stages, which is a letdown, but still European competition and a tournament which United have never won. Whether Louis van Gaal remains the manager, Ryan Giggs or even Jose Mourinho – who knows, but I am sure all will be revealed in the summer. Rumours have suggested Mourinho will be installed as the manager, with more recent ones suggesting the Dutchman will be given until the end of his contract. We shall see.

Manchester City could end their season disappointingly. Seeing them eradicate themselves from the title race earlier in the season, then see themselves knocked out of the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League at the semi-final stage by Real Madrid, their end to the season could see another severe blow handed to them. Arsenal meet City on Sunday with them looking to secure third place in the league this season, a step up from their favoured fourth place. Should Arsenal do the business against the club which has siphoned their best players in the past, they will ultimately do United a favour in giving them the advantage over City in the race to fourth place. United first need to beat Norwich, then hope that this favour can be handed to them. United should, of course, have done it all themselves, beating Leicester City last Sunday would have been a great result with City losing to Southampton, United could have been within a point of them going into this weekends matches, which could have been much better for them, but it was not to be and United drew with the champions of the Premier League, who were handed their title on Monday after Tottenham Hotspur failed to beat former champions Chelsea. Imagine a Manchester City, under the leadership of Pep Guardiola playing UEFA Europa League football next season.

I am sure that would give the red side of Manchester, well actually Manchester a massive smile at the club that does not seem to get any negative press, not even for their Academy, which is not al gleaming as the media make out, despite the fact it is obvious that their articles and praises for the club, come from the club itself. How can an Academy which does not bear fruit into the first team be considered a success? Also one which seems to lose many talented players due to the fact they do not feel they are progressing at the club. The media seem to have slam-dunked themselves by praising something which should earn the praise by actually doing something good, rather that asking the media to praise them, in reward for hospitality and other things. It is clear that this is the case in that many journalists seems to have unrivalled access to City’s Academy, something which United and other clubs would not dream of doing.

United have a good record away from home against Norwich City in the Premier League, playing seven matches, winning five and losing two. Scoring ten goals and conceding five. Also keeping three clean sheets. The last time these two sides met at Carrow Road was back in December 2013. Ryan Giggs was still playing and Danny Welbeck scored the only goal of the game in the 57th minute. United were beaten 2-1 by Norwich back in December 2015 at Old Trafford, with Anthony Martial scoring a consolation goal from 2-0 down in the 66th minute of the match, but United could not change the result. It would have been a big win for Norwich, but their season has been poor ever since and they find themselves scrapping for survival once again – no doubt they will play like Barcelona to try and grind out a favourable result, but United need the win a lot more than they do – they are not a proper Premier League club and just like Sunderland, who also seem to be scrapping for survival at the end of every season, deserve the Championship. Hopefully United will put them half way back there by the 3pm kick-offs in Saturday. Come on UNITED!

Manchester United Statistics (Domestic League):

Based on Barclays Premier League 2015/16 [statistics are taken from the Official Barclays Premier League website]

Played 35 matches, won 17, drawn 9, lost 9 and currently have 60 points

Scored 43 goals (1.23 goals per match) and conceded 31 goals (0.89 goals per match)

Longest unbeaten streak is 7 matches

Clean sheets 49%

Norwich City (Domestic League):

Based on Barclays Premier League 2015/16 [statistics are taken from the Official Barclays Premier League website]

Played 35 matches, won 8, drawn 7, lost 20 and currently have 31 points

Scored 35 goals (1.00 goals per match) and conceded 61 goals (1.74 goals per match)

Longest unbeaten streak is 3 matches

Clean sheets 14%

Top Scorers (all competitions):

Manchester United: 15 – Anthony Martial, 14 – Wayne Rooney, 8 – Juan Mata, 7 – Memphis Depay, Marcus Rashford, 6 – Ander Herrera, 5 – Jesse Lingard, 5 – Own Goal, 4 – Marouane Fellaini, 2 – Daley Blind, Chris Smalling, 1 – Matteo Darmian, Adnan Januzaj, Andreas Pereira, Morgan Schneiderlin, Bastian Schweinsteiger

Norwich City5 – Dieudonne Mbokani Bezua, Nathan Redmond, 4 – Wes Hoolahan, Jonny Howson, 3 – Robbie Brady, Cameron Jerome, Russell Martin, 2 – Sebastien Bassong, Matthew Jarvis, Alexander Tettey, 1 – Timm Klose, Kyle Lafferty, Steven Naismith, Martin Olsson, Steven Whittaker

Manchester United Form: DWWWWL

Last Six Matches (all competitions): Leicester City 1-1 D, Everton 2-1 W, Crystal Palace 2-0 W, Aston Villa 1-0 W, West Ham United 2-1 W, Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 L

Norwich City Form: WDWWWW

Last Six Matches (all competitions): Arsenal 1-0 L, Sunderland 3-0 L, Crystal Palace 1-0 L, Newcastle United 3-2 W, West Bromwich Albion 1-0 W, Manchester City 0-0 D

Head to Head:

Played seven matches at Carrow Road in the Barclays Premier League:

Manchester United: Won 5, Drawn 0, Lost 2 – Scored 10 goals, conceded 5 goals and kept 3 clean sheets

Norwich City: Won 2, Drawn 0, Lost 5 – Scored 5 goals, conceded 10 goals and kept 2 clean sheets

Manchester United Squad:

Manager: Louis van Gaal

Goalkeepers: 1. David De Gea, 20. Sergio Romero, 40. Joel Castro Pereira, 50. Sam Johnstone;

Defenders: 4. Phil Jones, 5. Marcos Rojo, 12. Chris Smalling, 23. Luke Shaw, 30. Guillermo Varela, 33. Paddy McNair, 36. Matteo Darmian, 37. Donald Love, 38. Axel Tuanzebe, 41. Regan Poole, 43. Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, 49. Joe Riley;

Midfielders: 8. Juan Mata, 11. Adnan Januzaj, 16. Michael Carrick, 17. Daley Blind, 18. Ashley Young, 21. Ander Herrera, 25. Antonio Valencia, 27. Marouane Fellaini, 28. Morgan Schneiderlin, 31. Bastian Schweinsteiger, 35. Jesse Lingard, 44. Andreas Pereira, 47. James Weir;

Strikers: 7. Memphis Depay, 9. Anthony Martial, 10. Wayne Rooney, 39. Marcus Rashford, 48. Will Keane

Doubts/Injuries: 3. Luke Shaw (broken leg), 31. Bastian Schweinsteiger (MCL knee ligament), 49. Will Keane (groin) [injury details from PhysioRoom.com]

Suspensions: 27. Marouane Fellaini (three matches) [suspensions confirmed by the FA.com]

Norwich City Squad:

Manager: Alex Neil

Goalkeepers: 1. John Ruddy, 13. Declan Rudd;

Defenders: 2. Steven Whittaker, 3. Andre Wisdom, 5. Russell Martin, 6. Sébastien Bassong, 17. Timm Klose, 23. Martin Olsson, 24. Ryan Bennett, 25. Ivo Pinto, 30. Ben Chilwell;

Midfielders: 7. Steven Naismith, 8. Jonny Howson, 12. Robbie Brady, 14. Wes Hoolahan, 16. Matt Jarvis, 18. Graham Dorrans, 20. Anthony Andreu, 21. Youssouf Mulumbu, 22. Nathan Redmond, 27. Alexander Tettey, 28. Gary O’Neil, 32. Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe;

Strikers: 9. Dieumerci Mbokani, 10. Cameron Jerome, 11. Patrick Bamford

Doubts/Injuries: 3. Andre Wisdom (knee), 17. Timm Klose (knee), 24. Ryan Bennett (illness), 27. Alexander Tettey (ankle/foot) [injury details taken from PhysioRoom.com]

Suspensions: 29. Jamie Vardy (one match) [suspensions confirmed by the FA.com]

Predicted Formation/Starting XI:

Score Prediction:

Norwich City 0-2 Manchester United

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