We have harder festive schedule than rivals

We have harder festive schedule than rivals

Scott McTominay will make way as Nemanja Matic returns after being rested against Bristol and we could see Ander Herrera come in alongside the Serbian global.

Jose Mourinho's side have a total of six non-matchdays over the period - no club has fewer - while London trio Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham United can boast three more, due to the Gunners' clash with Liverpool being brought forward to this Friday and the Spurs versus West Ham derby moving back to 4 January.

"We did the simple objective study on that and there is a big gap, a really big gap between some clubs and other clubs".

Eighth-placed Leicester have collected 20 points from their last 10 games and are a rejuvenated side under Claude Puel, who took charge from Craig Shakespeare in October.

"When we play against Watford at Old Trafford, we finish the game and then it's finished".

Mourinho said the club will not complain to the Premier League about the inconsistencies and refused to answer when asked whether he thought it was deliberate. The veteran is joined on the injury table by long-term absentees Michael Carrick, Eric Bailly and Marouane Fellaini.

"I don't know, you say, you are the ones, not me", he added.

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They made United the fourth Premier League victims of their fairytale Cup run when, latching on to a fine chipped pass from substitute Matty Taylor, Smith took the ball expertly on his chest and swiveled to fire home left-footed in the final seconds.

Gareth Bale and Antione Griezmann are still being strongly linked and should either of them sign, United will have one of the most frightening attacks in world football next season.

United have conceded in their last five away games but have won the last three, so we'll back United to win and both teams to scre. "So we move on and we move on quickly because we have another match".

The Red Devils will make the trip to Leicester looking to bounce back from a shock 2-1 loss to Championship side Bristol City in the League Cup quarter-final on Wednesday night.

The Swede, who has returned from knee ligament surgery scored his first goal since April 9 in the defeat at Ashton Gate. "He played one hour, a bit more". Could be obviously ready to start the match. Bristol City entered this game not being intimidated by one of the top teams in England who has multiple players making more money in a week than Bristol City's entire team.

Meanwhile, Manchester United are preparing an opening offer of £25 million (€28 million) for the Fulham teenager Ryan Sessegnon, with Mourinho prepared to allow Luke Shaw to leave Old Trafford.

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