Duo Set to Return for Manchester United against WBA

Louis Van GaalManchester United have had many injury concerns this season and are still ongoing at the moment.
However, there is some good news for the club and the supporters with two stars set to return for the Devils for the game against West Brom.
The baggies lost their last league game away at Anfield whereas United won theirs at home against Everton and will look to continue momentum.
The players likely to return and make the squad for the game against Albions are Phil Jones and Chris Smalling.
According to Physioroom injury report table, two more United players Carrick and Young are fit as well but it is slightly doubtful whether the duo will be able to get into the squad or not.
Jones and Smalling have recovered from their respective injuries are will be raring to go for the Devils.
Manchester United’s defense has been the major cause of concern this season and with the absence of experienced stars they have suffered.
Although youngsters like Blackett and McNair has shown promise yet problems have been there at the back on consistent basis with opposition troubling United’s defense in every game.
Apart from the QPR game, United have not won a single game convincingly. Nevertheless, 9 poinrs from last 12 have propelled them to fourth place and in good shape to surge and achieve CL qualification target.
Still early days, Van Gaal would hope that his first season with Red Devils is not hampered because of injuries to key players.
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  1. John Kimatarle says:

    I myself am so pleased to hear the return of the players to man the defense ,with the big teams encounter at the doorstep .
    All the Best ManU family.
    Kimatarle

  2. Alex says:

    I’m only happy to see jones return…..smalling is no man united player… I had wish they used him in a bid to lure vermalean to united during the transfer window…

  3. Abdul-Rahman Rajab Abromovich Senior says:

    I Wish them luck as they bounce back but as they bounce back, they should know that Chelsea is extending the lead on the table.

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