Man Utd team news vs Fulham: Martial set for recall with Lindelof doubtful for trip to Craven Cottage

And despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer guiding the team to a 1-0 win last time out against Leicester, he could well ring the changes.

Alexis Sanchez is likely to be shunted back to the bench, with Anthony Martial set for a recall.

Victor Lindelof was not pictured with the rest of the squad who boarded the train down to London, so Eric Bailly could get the nod at the back.

It's not known if the Swedish defender has picked up an injury or not, and he was believed to be moving house in the week.

Fred is an outside shot to bag a central midfield berth, although Ander Herrera might be a bit miffed if he is the fall guy after some fine recent performances.

Marcus Rashford should once again lead the line, with Romelu Lukaku playing the back-up role from the bench.

The Red Devils can go above Chelsea into fourth with a win over Claudio Ranieri's side – who are seven points from safety.

SunSport recently reported how interim gaffer Solskjaer has told Ed Woodward: I’ll make Manchester United great again in two years.

The interim boss is now ahead of Spurs’ Mauricio Pochettino and promises great things if he gets the job permanently.

Solskjaer said: “Challenging for every trophy, that’s what we should be about.

“Two years’ time is long enough, but it’s also short enough, to say that we’ve got the possibility to make a big difference.”

Woodward, United’s executive vice-chairman, will make his choice in the summer.

But Solskjaer revealed: “I’ve got a picture of what this Man United team should look like in a couple of years.

“I put my views to Ed Woodward and the club. If we don’t dream and we don’t have that vision of where we are going then we will just falter.

“We’ve got the resources and the infrastructure and the history to move towards the top — and that is the only way we should think about things at Man United.”

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