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Despite Ten Hag's planned changes, Manchester won't beat Liverpool

By Charles Cornwall

Despite Ten Hag's planned changes, Manchester won't beat Liverpool

Manchester United have lost their last two games against Liverpool in the Premier League.

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In the last two games between Liverpool and Manchester United, Erik Ten Hag's side have conceded nine goals to the 0 they have scored, so the Red Devils should have revenge on their minds, although it is tricky in the face of so many changes planned by the United manager.

After two defeats in the first two games of this season, it would be a great achievement to get even a point against the Reds, who are also looking for their first win, after draws against Fulham and Crystal Palace, leaving them with only 2 points in this campaign, with a must win.

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According to reports in Manchester, Erik ten Hag could make three changes from the side that started last time out against Brentford in the 4-0 defeat. Obviously, despite not having a good season in goal, Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea could keep his place in the starting eleven.

Manchester's Line-up

In defence, captain Maguire is said to be replaced by four-time Champions League winner Rapahael Varane, partnered by Lisandro Martinez in central defence. Dalot could return at right-back, but left-back Luke Shaw could be replaced by new signing Tyrell Malacia.

In midfield, Donny van de Beek could replace Brazilian international Fred to partner Christian Eriksen in midfield. Hag has no depth in the attacking third and we may see Sancho, Fernandes and Ronaldo keep their starting positions, however, Anthony Elanga should replace Rashford, who has been average for a long time.

This is how Manchester United are epspected to start in the starting 11 against Liverpool (4-2-3-1): De Gea; Dalot, Varane, Martinez, Malacia; Eriksen, Van de Beek, Fernandes; Elanga, Sancho, Ronaldo.

 


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