MANCHESTER UNITED face Sevilla on Sunday night for a place in the Europa League final.
And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces a selection headache as he tries to pick between David De Gea and Sergio Romero as his starting goalkeeper.
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Romero has featured in nine of United’s 11 Europa League games so far this season.
But the Argentine played all the Red Devils’ matches in the League Cup and the FA Cup before the semi-final stage, at which point Solskjaer chose to swap him for De Gea.
The Norwegian will likely do the same again but it is a huge decision given De Gea’s shaky form this season.
At left-back Brandon Williams is a shoe-in thanks to his impressive performances since Luke Shaw’s season ending injury in July.
But at centre-back, Victor Lindelof could replace Eric Bailly who started United’s quarter-final victory against Copenhagen.
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Lindelof has not started either of United’s last two games, but was in the starting XI for 10 of their first 11 matches after lockdown.
His 70th-minute introduction against Copenhagen also suggests he could be set for a return to the fold.
At the base of midfield, Nemanja Matic is likely to come back in to replace Fred.
After the Copenhagen win on Monday, Solskjaer said: “Nemanja has always had this calm and influence on the team, and he came on and did really well.”
Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernandes will start if fit.
As will the fearsome attacking trio of Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial – who was man-of-the-match in the quarter-final.