Manchester United are set to resume their "operation-we-must-enter-top-four-by-fire-by-force" duties on Tuesday, with a clash against Sean Dyche's Burnley on the cards.
The Red Devils enter the clash in high spirits, after dumping Arsenal out of the FA Cup on Friday, thanks to goals from Sanchez, Lingard and Martial as well as a man of the match performance from Romelu Lukaku.
In line with customs and traditions of the land, Ole 'Ugonna' Solskjaer addressed the press at the AON complex, giving out the latest team news alongside injury updates with respect to United's next clash.
As it stands, the absentee list is still being headed by Fellaini, with Marcos Rojo still understood to be unavailable.
"Chris has trained for a week now, so he’s looking good,” Solskjaer told MUTV. “It’s about when do we get him into the team.”
Solskjaer believes it is easy to rotate the forwards at his disposal at the moment because the schedule is such a busy one.
“So far, it's been no problem,” he added.“We've got so many games. As soon as it becomes one game a week, it might be a problem.
”We rotate even during games. When we can put Anthony [Martial] and 'Rashy' [Marcus Rashford] on for Alexis and Rom, who did a fantastic job [at Arsenal], it is only going to help us. The players have been very, very good at staying ready and being ready when they get on.“
With all these in mind, here's how we expect the boss to line up his team.
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