Ibrahimovic, Herrera and Pogba to Start? Man United Predicted Line-up v Everton

By Joel Turner IN General,Lineup,Premier League - 12:15 Apr 4th 2017
 

Following an eighth home draw of the season against West Brom at the weekend Man United have to play catch-up if they are still to grab fourth spot in the Premier League.

Luckily, key players are one again available to manager Jose Mourinho as they face an Everton side smarting from defeat against Liverpool on Saturday.

United will likely have to win all their remaining home fixtures to qualify for the Champions League, and that challenge begins tonight against Ronald Koeman's industrious side.

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Man Utd LINE-UP
v EVERTON - OLD TRAFFORD, 4 Apr 2017, 20:00
PLAYER% MINS PLDGLSAST.
de Gea
74%
002 / 0
Rojo
59%
125 / 0
Bailly
44%
006 / 1
Blind
49%
123 / 0
Antonio Va
65%
157 / 0
Herrera
66%
1811 / 2
Pogba
78%
759 / 0
Rooney
38%
597 / 0
Rashford
47%
723 / 0
Mkhitaryan
38%
752 / 0
Ibrahimovi
75%
2587 / 0
Totals554662 / 3

Paul Pogba could be in line for a return to the side following a three-week absence with a hamstring injury.

Wayne Rooney made a short cameo appearance against West Brom and could in-line for a recall to the starting line-up.

Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Juan Mata are all still unavailable due to injury.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ander Herrera have both now served suspensions and will be immediately recalled to the side as United battle for an elusive home win.

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