- Gary Neville wants Manchester United manager Ole Solskjaer to rest some players against Man City
- Manchester United will face Pep Guardiola's men on Wednesday, April 24, in what will be a tough EPL tie
- Neville says if Manchester United beat City and lose against Chelsea, they will still have hopes for top four
Manchester United legend Gary Neville has suggested that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should rest some players for the big Premier League clash against Manchester City.
The Red Devils will be at home to host rivals Manchester City on Wednesday, April 24, in what could decides the Citizens' chances of retaining the Premier League title.
Many Manchester United fans would prefer to see their cross-city rivals to win the Premier League title ahead of Liverpool.
But Gary Neville seems not to be comfortable with such and has now suggested his former club should make changes for the big game on April 24 against Man City.
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"Sunday away to Everton is the most winnable of the games.
"If they beat Manchester city but lose to Chelsea, they are still in and around the top four.
"So if they were to win against Everton on Sunday, the game to change players around a bit would be the City game,'' Neville explained on Sky Sports.
Meanwhile, Manchester United are currently occupying sixth position on the Premier League standings with 64 points and five games to end the season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea made it clear that his teammates did not play well despite beating West Ham United and called for improvement ahead of Barcelona clash.
The Red Devils were 2-1 winners to maintain their push for a top-four place, but goalkeeper De Gea conceded they will have to raise their level at the Nou Camp.
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