Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that his Manchester United squad has remained unscathed from the clash against Tottenham Hotspur, which means that they are an almost fit team for the game against Sheffield United.
In a game you absolutely have to win, the legendary Norwegian only has to do without Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe compared to his opponent, who is faced with an injury crisis, especially in defense.
United's draw against Tottenham was considered a decent result, but given that Chelsea won the match, it means it was a blow to the top four chances.
Solskjaer now needs his men to win every remaining game in a relatively easy run-in on paper and hope that the points above them fall.
The restoration of Champions League football at Old Trafford next season is seen as crucial and is evidence that the former Molde man is the manager who leads the Red Devils to success.
It is impossible for Solskjaer not to have noticed how Paul Pogba and Mason Greenwood immediately improved the team when they played Tottenham, so they have to start this game.
They would have gone minutes and more workouts to be ready.
Scott McTominay is currently extending his stay in Old Trafford until 2025 and it is likely that Solskjaer will continue to trust him.
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