Marcel Sabitzer in for Bruno Fernandes, Luke Shaw at centre-back but keep Marcus Rashford on the bench: How Man Utd should line up for crucial Sevilla clash
Manchester United may have been lifted by the return of Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw, but they are still ravaged by injuries and suspension for Thursday's massive Europa League quarter-final second leg against Sevilla.
Lisandro Martinez is out for the season after fracturing his metatarsal in the first leg, while Raphael Varane did not travel to the south of Spain after hurting his ankle in the 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.
Scott McTominay is also out injured, and worst of all is the absence of Bruno Fernandes due to suspension.
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The Portugal international has played 49 of United's 51 matches this season, and has been one of Erik ten Hag's most consistent players, bouncing back from a poor display at Anfield last month to prove his worth to the team both as a deep-lying midfielder and in attack.
So how do they replace Fernandes, and which, if any, of the returning players come back into the line up?
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