3 Ways Rangnick Can Line-Up Man United Against Brentford On Tuesday Night Revealed

Manchester United return to Premier League action with a trip to Brentford on Tuesday. However, it remains to be seen whether the game will go ahead amid the Covid-19 outbreak at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, the Red Devils remain without Paul Pogba and Raphael Varane but Ralf Rangnick expects Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Edinson Cavani to be available for selection should the game take place.

Option 1: Same Team That Won Norwich

3 Ways Rangnick Can Line-Up Man United Against Brentford

Ralf Rangnick could go with the same team he has selected for the last two league games if Victor Lindelof is deemed fit enough to play. The German specialist seems to like this XI and wants to implement his tactics into this squad.

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Option 2: A Couple Of Changes from Last Game

Mason Greenwood has done well against Young Boys in the Champions League last week and the 20-year-old could replace Marcus Rashford in the starting XI on Tuesday. Eric Bailly coming in for Lindelof is an option as well.

Option 3: Back to 4-2-3-1 With Radical Changes

Man United have not looked totally comfortably playing under Rangnick’s narrow 4-2-2-2 system yet. The German could revert to something the squad is more familiar with so that they can compete strongly against a tough Brentford side.

The manager could also make a statement with some big changes. Bruno Fernandes and Rashford were poor against Norwich at the weekend, and could be rotated out with Greenwood and Donny van de Beek coming on. Luke Shaw can also get a start.

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