Arsenal, led by Mikel Arteta, will host Manchester United at Old Trafford in a Premier League matchup on Saturday afternoon. A total of two matches are set to take place on Matchday 14 of the English Premier League games in the coming days. As the two teams prepare to meet off on Sunday, Arsenal will be trying to continue their excellent season, while the Red Devils will be hoping to get a maximum of three points after being held to a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Due to their recent poor performance in the English Premier League, the club must rest several players for tomorrow's match against Arsenal, and the three players named in this article are those who will be rested.
1. Jadon Sancho:
I believe that the club should bench Jadon Sancho for today's match in order to make room for other players, such as Mason Greenwood, who has not been absent due to Covid-19. As a winger, Mason Greenwood is a superior option to Jadon Sancho and would perform better in the Premier League match against Arsenal.
2. Harry Maguire
Maguire is yet another player who should be rested for the Red Devils' match against the Saints on Saturday. After returning from suspension, the Manchester United defender should sit on the sidelines against Arsenal because his present form is poor.
Maguire has struggled in major games in the past and should not be included in tomorrow's game since Arsenal's attacking force may cause him to concede even more goals than usual. Eric Bailly is expected to take his place in the starting lineup for tomorrow's game.
3. Cristiano Ronaldo
Due to his dismal performance in the Premier League, Manchester United should also rest Cristiano Ronaldo in tomorrow's match. Because Ronaldo has been unable to score in crucial games for Manchester United this season, he should be benched in favor of Marcus Rashford or Anthony Martial.
Conclusion: If Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho wants to defeat Arsenal in tomorrow's match, he should rest these three players. Otherwise, the Red Devils could suffer an embarrassing defeat at Old Trafford.
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