After registering a clinical 1-0 win last weekend against Leicester City, Manchester United will fly to West London to lock horns with Fulham looking forward to grab the fourth place in the Premier League table.
Solskjaer’s side has shown a progressive response after the sacking of Jose Mourinho. Their major win came against Arsenal, hereby claiming 9 triumphs and one draw under reign of Solskjaer. Their win against Leicester City indeed gave them a boost but Solskjaer did noticed the falling of defence line as Leicester was able to break through it and took the advantage of the chances. With the coming line-ups for February following Chelsea vs Manchester City, Red Devils does stand a chance to leave the Blues behind.
Solskjaer will be eyeing for their face-off with PSG and this face-off can be considered as a warm-up as Fulham seems to be losing pace after defeat against Crystal Palace. Although Fulham did displayed their potential after their victory over Brighton and Hove Albion. But their last defeat has definitely slowed them down and it come be a real struggle when they face Chelsea, Liverpool and City in the coming fixtures. A sight of relief came for Fulham after the signing of the duo Ryan Babel and Lazar Markovic. The duo are expected to score some potential goals for the team.
Manchester United: De Gea; Dalot, Lindelof, Jones, Shaw; Fred, Herrera; Sanchez, Pogba, Martial; Lukaku.
Fulham: Rico; Odoi, Le Marchand, Ream, Bryan; Chambers, Seri, Cairney; Babel, Mitrovic, Sessegnon.
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Manchester United’s style of playing the away fixtures guarantee a winning and with Fulham slowly losing the pace, Solskjaer can definitely prepare for his team to face PSG.