Two changes – Man Utd 4-2-3-1 starting lineup against West Ham – Predicted XI

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During the week, Manchester United overcame Wolves, and West Ham was only able to secure one point against Bournemouth.

The Red Devils and Hammers will face off at Old Trafford tomorrow; the Hammers are now only one point ahead of them.

Erik ten Hag may make two changes to the starting lineup from Thursday night’s win at the Molineux.

To be honest, Lisandro Martinez, an international for Argentina, ought to have taken a break. He was pulled off as a precaution.

Harry Maguire, an England international, should take his place and team up with Raphael Varane, a Frenchman, in the middle defence in front of Onana.

Mainoo is turning into a key player in the middle of the park after scoring the game-winning goal against the Wolves.

In the midfield, the young player ought to play with Scott McTominay. The Scottish player might start in lieu of the seasoned Casemiro.

Rashford scored a spectacular long-range goal to celebrate his comeback to the starting lineup, while standout centre striker Rasmus Hojlund also found the scorebook.

Ten Hag might stick with the offensive strategy that worked so well in the previous game.

The starting lineup for Man Utd vs West Ham is expected to be as follows: Onana; Dalot, Maguire, Varane, Shaw; Mainoo, McTominay; Garnacho, Fernandes, Rashford, Hojlund.

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