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4-2-3-1: Predicted MUFC XI vs Everton (FA Cup) – Elanga, Martinez & Dalot all start

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Our predicted MUFC XI for the game vs Everton in the FA Cup is now in…

Manchester United Football Club are playing some lovely football right now, with Erik ten Hag’s squad really on a roll.

The matches are coming thick and fast at this point, with the squad depth being used to it’s maximum. Changes were made for the Bournemouth game, probably with this FA Cup tie against Everton in mind…

Make no mistake about it, this will not be an easy fixture by any stretch. Everton will be more than up for the fight despite their poor performances and results recently.

For United, a good FA Cup run could be huge. This represents an excellent chance at winning some silverware, with the Red Devils more than capable of beating any side in the country on their day.

Anyway, let’s get right into the all-important team news…

Check out our predicted MUFC XI vs Everton (FA Cup) in full here:

David de Gea is an easy pick in between the sticks here. For the remainder of the campaign, when he’s fit, he will start. It really is that simple.

Diogo Dalot, fresh from injury, will come back into the team as the starting right-back. Over on the left-hand side, Luke Shaw is playing some wonderful football. It makes sense to keep him in the side. Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez is absolutely United’s best central pairing. Why break them up?

Casemiro has changed United’s fortunes around. There’s no doubt about it. Let’s keep the Brazilian in the side and keep that positive momentum flowing. Christian Eriksen is another who has had a real impact on this squad, with Bruno Fernandes completing the midfield trio.

Anthony Martial’s knock isn’t thought to be serious so he should be fit enough to take his place in the line-up here. To his right and left respectively is Anthony Elanga and Marcus Rashford. This front three should have more than enough quality to get the job done.

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