4-3-3: Man United’s Potential XI vs Everton, Star Returns

Manchester UnitedManchester United currently occupy third place in the Barclays Premier League, only two points behind league leaders and rivals Manchester City.

The Red Devils were humiliated in the last league game against the Gunners and face another difficult test next weekend against an in form Everton side.

Louis van Gaal has mainly utilized a 4-2-3-1 formation but it will not come as a surprise if he plays a three man midfield (4-3-3) system to win the midfield battle at the Goodison Park next Saturday.

The likes of Morgan Schneiderlin, Michael Carrick and Ander Herrera will probably start in the midfield. Herrera can turn into an attacking midfielder if needed. Schweni missed the Euro qualifying games for Germany and should be rested for the game against Everton.

Marcos Rojo should return from his injury to start on the left hand side of the defense. Here is Man United’s potential starting XI formation vs Everton.

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2 Responses to 4-3-3: Man United’s Potential XI vs Everton, Star Returns

  1. Augie isla says:

    I believe time have come to send Depay to the bench, he’s not the player that we thought.
    You have Herrera Ashley Johnson Andrea Pereira, base on their performance they have shown by far better than
    Menphis Depay.
    Respectfully,

    Augie Isla

  2. Rafiu@Utd1# says:

    Its a good lineup anyway, but I think it will be better if Rooney play with Herrera and Schneiderlin in the midfield. last season Herrera played as a central midfielder and was encouraging with his tackles and passes, he just need playing time to prove that once more this term. With the formation [4-3-3] it means attacking and midfield action, its good to feature Rooney as well to keep supporting attack. Also for Schneiderlin in front of the defenders it going to release pressure from the central defenders as well. So I will opt for this lineup [De Gea , Darmian, Rojo, Smalling, Blind, Schneiderlin, Herrera, Rooney, Depay, Mata and Martial.