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4-2-3-1: Predicted MUFC XI vs Newcastle United – Amad starts, Mount & Kambwala both play

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Our predicted MUFC XI for our home game vs Newcastle United is now in.

Manchester United are playing some horrible football at the moment. There’s absolutely no getting away from that. The Red Devils will be looking to find some form ahead of the FA Cup final in a fortnight’s time, though it’s not going well at present…

Erik ten Hag’s future may already be decided, though the Dutch gaffer is still fighting to turn things around. Unfortunately for him, injuries are still decimating the squad, while the games are not getting any easier.

Next up, Newcastle United. The Magpies visit Old Trafford tomorrow as they look to continue their good form. Make no mistake about it, the Reds will have to improve drastically to win this match.

Anyway, enough chit-chat, let’s give you the full run-down of our side for this one.

Check out our predicted MUFC XI vs Newcastle United in full here:

Andre Onana starts in between the sticks as per usual, with the man from Cameroon hoping for a quieter evening.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Diogo Dalot play in the full-back slots as per usual, with the former hopefully deployed on the right as he’s far better out there. Casemiro has had his struggles as a make-shit centre-half, though this time, he’ll have Willy Kambwala sitting in alongside the man from Brazil.

Kobbie Mainoo’s form has dipped recently, though he is not being helped by those around him. Here, he’ll have Scott McTominay in midfield with him, while Mason Mount will play in that #10 position.

Rasmus Hojlund starts as the striker, with Amad deserving of another opportunity off the right-wing. Alejandro Garnacho completes the XI.

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