As Manchester United could line up against Chelsea

Sports Mole notes how Manchester United could line up against Chelsea in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Monday at Stamford Bridge.

Manchester United we hope for a quick response Monday night when we will hire Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

The Red Devils make the trip to West London in the wake of their first defeat in two months, after falling 2-0 against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Tuesday.

United lost a couple of key players mid-week and now have to collect for revenge on Chelsea, who won last season's final between these two teams. Eden Hazard penalty.

In view of this last high-profile match between the Premier League heavyweights, Sporty mole look how United could align.

Possible UTDXI vs. THAT

On: Jesse Lingard (Biceps femoris), Anthony Martial (groin), Marcos Rojo (Knock)
In doubt: Matteo Darmian (Knock) Antonio Valencia (Muscle), Alexis Sanchez (Knock)

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United will be without Lingard and Martial for the next few weeks after the pair came out of the PSG's defeat with a hamstring injury and a groin injury, respectively.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that it may therefore have to turn to young people Tahith Chong is Angel Gomes to complete his team, but neither player will probably be ahead against Chelsea.

The main beneficiary of the Lingard and Martial layoffs is Romelu Lukaku, which should be reported to the side next Monday Marcus Rashford, who has six goals in the last 10 games.

A shot taken by Sanchez could reduce his involvement, however, which means that a possible 4-4-2 kind of training will allow Solskjaer to include his favorite midfielder trio Paul Pogba, Ander Herrera is Nemanja Matic.

Elsewhere, Valencia and Darmian are still injured by nurses and Rojo is a long-term absenteeism, but Chris Smalling is Phil Jones will push for the calls in the heart of the defense.

Solskjaer must also decide whether to continue Sergio Romero in port at the expense of David de Gea, having used his second-choice goalkeeper in both rounds so far.

Alexis Sanchez during a training session of Manchester United on 26 November 2018

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