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When Manchester United hosts Bournemouth at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon, they hope to win the Premier League for the second time in as many days.

Thanks to a brace from Scott McTominay, the Red Devils defeated Chelsea 2-1 at home on Wednesday to collect all three points.

The victory throughout the week has moved Man United up to sixth place in the top flight rankings and within three points of fourth-place rivals Manchester City, even if Erik ten Hag is still under pressure to turn around the team’s performance.

In this section, Sports Mole gives you the most recent information on injuries and suspensions prior to the matchup with Andoni Iraola’s team.


Present: Not in
Injury Type: Hamstring
Potential Date of Return: Not specified
Casemiro hurt his hamstring in the EFL Cup loss to Newcastle United on November 1. It is unlikely that the midfield player will play again for the first team before the holidays.

Martinez Lisandro

Present: Not in
Foot-related injury type
Potential Go back Date: Not specified
Lisandro Martinez needs more time to heal from a foot issue that required a second operation in October. It might take until the new year for the defender to play with the first team again.

Tyrell Malacia

Status: Unknown Injury Type: Knee
Potential Comeback Date: Not specified
Tyrell Malacia is hoping to make a comeback in the New Year after missing most of this season’s games for Man United owing to a chronic knee ailment.

Erik Christian

Present: Not in
Injury Type: Knee
Potential Go back Date: Not specified
A knee injury was sustained by Christian Eriksen during last month’s victory over Luton Town. It will take “some weeks,” according to latest confirmation from Ten Hag, for the playmaker to rejoin the starting lineup.

Rafael Varane

Situation: Serious Question
Back injuries are the type that
Potential Date of Return: December 9th (against Bournemouth)
Due to a “sore back,” Raphael Varane was unable to play in the midweek victory against Chelsea. When the defender will be well enough to play on Saturday is still up in the air.

Mason Mount

Status: Slightly Uncertain
Injury Type: Calf
Potential Date of Return: December 9th (against Bournemouth)
Mason Mount is questionable for Man United’s visit from Bournemouth after missing the team’s previous four games due to a calf issue.



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