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Manchester United’s team versus Copenhagen is confirmed.

Despite their lackluster performance against Fulham, Manchester United was able to resume their winning ways over the weekend.

In order to improve their prospects of moving on to the next round of the Champions League, the Red Devils must win three points against Copenhagen this evening.

Although United beat the Danish squad at Old Trafford last month, the club’s play has been incredibly steady so far this season.

Erik ten Hag requires an instant connection between the players because they haven’t been able to work as a team and have mostly won games on the strength of their individual plays.

The biggest blow to the visiting team is the absence of Casemiro, a Brazilian international.

Due to suspension, the South American midfielder was unable to play in the previous match against Copenhagen. This time, he is sidelined with an injury.

The choices in the park’s middle are Mount, McTominay, Eriksen, Fernandes, Hannibal, and Amrabat.

The likes of Dalot, Evans, Lindelof, Maguire, Reguilon, Varane, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have flown to Denmark, while Martinez, Shaw, and Malacia are still sidelined due to injuries at the back.

Due to a relationship breakup that is beyond repair, Erik ten Hag has decided to start Garnacho, Antony, Forson, Hojlund, Martial, Pellistri, and Rashford in the attacking third, leaving Sancho aside.

Andre Onana is probably going to start in goal, with Tom Heaton and Altay Bayindir serving as Manchester United’s backup goalies.

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