Manchester United will be aiming to extend Manchester City’s wait for the Premier League title as they take on Liverpool at Old Trafford today.
Pep Guardiola’s men will be crowned as champions if the Red Devils fall to defeat against their great rivals so there is even more motivation for them to claim victory against the Reds.
Considering that then, how many changes could United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer be tempted to make from the 6-2 thumping of AS Roma in Europa League action midweek?
We are expecting just two changes from the Norwegian for the clash – neither of them being much of a surprise.
Dean Henderson should be recalled to take his place between the sticks having seen David De Gea start on Thursday evening. The former Sheffield United loanee has started each of the last seven Premier League matches for the Red Devils.
Elsewhere, he should be shielded by an unchanged back four of Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
There should also not be any changes from the defensive midfield pairing of Fred and Scott McTominay.
After his two goals against AS Roma, Bruno Fernandes is once again sure to take his place in a slightly more advanced position.
Meanwhile, there should be a slight tweek to the attack. Edinson Cavani is sure to start after his two goal and three assist haul in midweek and will once again be supported by Marcus Rashford.
Mason Greenwood should come into the starting line-up though at the expense of the £54m-rated Paul Pogba.
The 19-year-old appears back to his best form having hit six goals since the start of March in all competitions for Manchester United.