"Operation-we-must-enter-top-four-by-fire-by-force" duties are set to resume for the Red Devils this weekend yet again, with a clash against Claude Puel's Leicester City side on the cards.
The eight game winning run of the Ole 'Ugonna' Solskjaer ministry was brought to a close on Tuesday following a hard fought 2-2 comeback draw against Burnley, allowing Sean Dyche to retain his personal record of never losing on a Tuesday.
In line with customs and traditions of the land, Solskjaer addressed the press at the AON complex, giving out the latest team news alongside injury updates with respect to the United's next clash as well as the month of February in general.
As it stands, the injury list is being occupied by one player, following the return to full fitness of Chris Smalling.
Speaking about Pogba and Martial, the boss said, “We've not had a proper session since the game, so hopefully both of them can get through that,” said Solskjaer. “I don't think there's anything with Paul. Anthony has done some rehab work, so he will try a session today, so I would imagine he would be available to be involved. He seemed happy yesterday.”
"It's a tough month, but we're ready. I've got a big squad. It's only Marcos Rojo now whose out for a period. The rest are fit and available," Solskjaer explained in his pre-match press conference.
With all these in mind, here's how we expect the boss to line up his team.
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