Manchester united likely to loose 7 top key players against Arsenal this weekend

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Manchester United could be
without seven key players for
this weekend’s English
Premier League crunch clash
with Arsenal, with the entire
first-choice back-line set to be
absent for the Red Devils.
Manchester United’s highly-
anticipated home game
against Arsenal kicks off at 12.
30 p.m. on Saturday.
Eric Bailly and Chris Smalling
are sure to miss the tie with
injuries, while Antonio
Valencia and Luke Shaw are
major doubts for the fixture.
Following the injury crisis,
Jose Mourinho has called for a
review of the team’s medical
facilities, with his team
languishing in sixth spot after
11 games.
A loss against Arsenal for
Mourinho’s men, his first
against Arsene Wenger in the
league, would be a massive
blow to their chances of
coming back in the title race.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be
absent following a suspension
after picking up his fifth
yellow card of the season
against Swansea City.
Marouane Fellaini is
recovering from a calf injury
while Wayne Rooney missed
England’s games in the
international break following
a setback on the injury.
The striker is a doubt for the
weekend clash and will be
assessed on Friday before a
decision is taken on his
fitness.
Meanwhile, Antonio Valencia is back in
training for the Red Devils, but may be
short for the game against Arsenal, while
Shaw has reported pain in the leg that he
broke last season.
Phil Jones is set to return to the first
eleven and is likely to be partnered by
Daley Blind at the back, who has
previously been used at left-back in the
absence of Shaw.
A loss for Mourinho would open up a
nine-point difference with the Gunners,
who are currently two points adrift of
Liverpool at the top of the table.
United have already lost 4-0 to Chelsea
and 2-1 to Manchester City this season
and will be desperate to avoid another
defeat against a potential top four rival
this time around.
(Reuters/NAN)
Meanwhile, Antonio Valencia is back in
training for the Red Devils, but may be
short for the game against Arsenal, while
Shaw has reported pain in the leg that he
broke last season.
Phil Jones is set to return to the first
eleven and is likely to be partnered by
Daley Blind at the back, who has
previously been used at left-back in the
absence of Shaw.
A loss for Mourinho would open up a
nine-point difference with the Gunners,
who are currently two points adrift of
Liverpool at the top of the table.
United have already lost 4-0 to Chelsea
and 2-1 to Manchester City this season
and will be desperate to avoid another
defeat against a potential top four rival
this time around.

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