4-2-3-1 Man United Strongest Possible Xl v Hull City – Ibrahimovic & Pogba Set to Start

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  Man United vs Hull City

Man United set to recall his big names as Manchester United host Hull in the first leg of the EFL Cup semi-final on Tuesday evening.

Jose mourinho has made nine changes for Saturday’s FA Cup tie with Reading, however, revealed that the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba and Ander Herrera are expected to be in the starting XI.

The Red Devils have another big game this weekend as they take on fierce rivals Liverpool, however, Jose Mourinho not planning to rest his star players.

Head to Head Stats (Last 6 Matches)

EPL 27-08-2016 FT Hull 0 : 1 Manchester United
EPL 24-05-2015 FT Hull 0 : 0 Manchester United1
EPL 29-11-2014 FT Manchester United 3 : 0 Hull
EPL 06-05-2014 FT Manchester United 3 : 1 Hull
EPL 26-12-2013 FT Hull 2 : 3 Manchester United1
EPL 23-01-2010 FT Manchester United 4 : 0 Hull

Man United English League Cup

Total goals scored: 8
Avg Goals Scored Per Match 2.00
Total goals conceded: 2
Total Fouls Won: 26

Man United injuries/ doubts:  Marcos Rojo Out Luke Shaw Doubtful Eric Bailly Out

Hull City English League Cup

Total goals scored: 8
Average goals per game: 2.00
Total goals conceded: 4
Total Fouls Won: 29

Hull City Injuries/doubts: Alex Bruce Out / Will Keane Out / Greg Luer Out/  Moses Odubajo Out / Curtis Davies Out / Brian Lenihan Doubtful /Allan McGregor Doubtful/  Michael Dawson Doubtful / Harry Maguire Doubtful/  Ahmed Elmohamady Out / Dieumerci Mbokani Out/

Man United Predicted Xl: De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Smalling, Darmian, Pogba, Herrera, Mkhitaryan, Rooney, Martial



Hull City Predicted XI: Marshall, Robertson, Huddelstone, Livermore, Meyler, Diomande, Maso,Clucas, Snodgrass, Henriksen, Hernandez

Team News:

  • Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has confirmed he will recall Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, David De Gea and Antonio Valencia to the team for the first leg of their League Cup semi final against Hull after the quartet were rested in the FA Cup third round at the weekend
  • With Liverpool on Sunday, Mourinho may be mindful with his selection here and rest Michael Carrick after he was involved against Reading
  • Marcos Rojo lasted just 15 minutes against Reading before suffering a muscle injury and he will not feature in midweek. Luke Shaw was meant to start that match but missed his opportunity to impress due to illness and he may not play here either. Eric Bailly is away on Africa Cup of Nations duty
  • Ahmed Elmohamady and Dieumerci Mbokani are away on Africa Cup of Nations duty for the next month and will miss both legs of their League Cup semi final against Manchester United
  • Michael Dawson is a huge doubt for Tuesday’s match after coming off during their FA Cup win over Swansea with a shoulder injury. Curtis Davies is ruled out, while Harry Maguire is a massive doubts here as well. As a result, Jake Livermore may be asked to drop back into defence, as might Tom Huddlestone if neither Dawson nor Maguire recover in time
  • Silva may set up his team defensively to ensure Hull are still in the tie when they take the game back to the KC Stadium later this month

Players to watch:  Pogba & Dionamande

Prediction:  Man United 3-0 Hull City