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Aston Villa v Manchester United: match preview

The extent of the problems Ralf Rangnick has inherited at Manchester United need to be put in perspective. The fortunate 1-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup on Monday was the latest example of how disjointed the team is but also meant that United have lost once in ten games under their interim manager. Scoring goals remains a problem but the return of Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho from injury should give them more of a cutting edge. Villa will be keen to avenge their Cup defeat with Steven Gerrard expected to give Philippe Coutinho and Lucas Digne debuts. Stephen HollisSaturday 5.30pm Sky Sports Premier LeagueVenue Villa ParkLast season Aston Villa 1 Manchester United 3Referee David CooteThis season G11 Y53 R2 5 cards/gameOdds H 2-1 A 19-13 D 13-5ASTON VILLASubs from Steer, Sinisalo, Tuanzebe, Philogene-Bidace, Carney Chukwuemeka, Archer, Young, Hause, TargettDoubtful Young (ankle)Injured Nakamba (knee, Apr), Bailey (thigh, unknown)Suspended McGinn (one match)Unavailable Traoré, Trezeguet (both at Africa Cup of Nations)Discipline Y40 R1Form LWLWLLLeading scorer Watkins 5MANCHESTER UNITEDSubs from Heaton, Henderson, Shoretire, Mata, Hannibal, Mengi, Lingard, Elanga, Martial, Jones, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelöf, Rashford, Van de Beek, BaillyDoubtful NoneInjured Pogba (thigh, Feb)Suspended McTominay (one match), Shaw (one match)Discipline Y42 R2Form WWWDWLLeading scorer Ronaldo 8

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