Manchester United football team will be trying to get back on track this weekend against Leicester City football club after losing their previous Premier League match to Everton football club.
However, if the club is to win their match this weekend, several players should not be included in the starting lineup. Manchester United, in my opinion, should sit these three players if they want to get back on track.
1 - Jadon Sancho: This is one player who has failed to perform well for the club since his arrival from Borrusia Dortmund football club last summer; he has failed to create an effect in the club and the red devils will have to bench him this weekend against Leicester city football club.
He is not the type of player who can disturb Leicester City Football Club's fearsome defense line; he may be imprisoned by opposition defenders, which could have a negative impact on the team.
2 - Edinson Cavani: The Uruguayan has been better when he comes off the bench than when he starts the game. It's possible that this is because he's getting older and won't be able to play for more than 90 minutes.
As a result, he should not be included in Manchester United's starting lineup this weekend, but he should be featured in the game after the first half. Young players like Jesse Lingard and Mason Greenwood will get greater playing time as a result of this.
3 - Scott McTominay: The Scottish international hasn't had a particularly bad season for the squad, but he's been putting in average performances since returning from injury.
Fred should start in defensive midfield; he is not one of the top midfielders in the league, but he has been a better player this season than the Scotland international.
Which of these players, in your opinion, should be included in Manchester United's starting lineup against Leicester City Football Club this weekend? Thank you for sharing your ideas with us.
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