- Man United vs Chelsea will likely see Edison Cavani and Alex Telles in Solskjaer's starting XI
- The Red Devils will host the Blues at Old Trafford in a crunch Premier League clash at the weekend
- United are on a two-match winning run following victories over Newcastle and Paris Saint-Germain
Man United vs Chelsea could see the introduction of two new signings Edison Cavani and Alex Telles making their debut at Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have bounced back from the embarrassing 6-1 loss to Tottenham with wins over Newcastle United and Paris Saint-Germain.
And the Norwegian manager would love to extend his side's winning run to three when they take on rivals Chelsea.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka could return to the squad at right back while Brazilian star Telles is favoured ahead of Luke Shaw at left-back.
Team captain Harry Maguire is expected to return to the squad after failing to make the trip to Paris in midweek and could partner with Victor Lindelof.
David de Gea remains number one ahead of Dean Henderson while there will be serious selection headache in the midfield between Paul Pogba, Donny van de Beek, Fred, Nemanja Matic and Scott McTominay.
However, Solskjaer could likely settle for Fred and Matic in the holding midfield position while Bruno Fernandes will retain his No.10 role.
With Anthony Martial out on suspension and Mason Greenwood likely to be dropped which will pave way Marcus Rashford, Van de Beek and Cavani.
Solskjaer will be looking to avenge last season's FA Cup semi final defeat to Frank Lampard side which deprived them of winning a trophy.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Mason Greenwood has been reportedly issued a warning by Man United Ole Gunnar Solskjaer due to his attitude to training, Daily Star.
The England striker has been left out of two matches for the Red Devils by the Norwegian boss claiming he has a niggling problem.
However, it is understood that the teenager was left out of United's trip to Paris Saint-Germain due to his lateness in training which has made Solskjaer angry, The Sun claim.
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