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Confirmed line-ups: FC Sheriff vs Manchester United (Europa League) - Cristiano Ronaldo starts

Dylan Penketh

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Confirmed line-ups: FC Sheriff vs Manchester United (Europa League) - Cristiano Ronaldo starts

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Manchester United's line-up to face FC Sheriff has been confirmed as Erik ten Hag's men head into the final game before the international break.

Last time out, Manchester United lost 1-0 to Real Sociedad in the Europa League, and now face the side who are sitting at the top of Group E on three points.

With both the Crystal Palace and Leeds Premier League fixtures being postponed, Erik ten Hag has gone with a strong line-up in a bid to get the Red Devils back to winning ways.

Speaking ahead of the fixture, Erik ten Hag said: "Pressure is for every game, we have to win every game. When you lose the first game, you have to win the second, so we know what our task is.


"We always play a strong team, so also tomorrow we will play a strong team."

Speaking on the opposition, he said: "It's quite clear, they beat Real Madrid and Shakhtar, they are capable.

"We have to make it our game but we are conscious of that fact. They are a serious and decent opponent and we have to play our best for the win."

Confirmed line-ups

Manchester United

Starting XI: De Gea, Dalot, Varane, Martinez, Malacia, Eriksen, B.Fernandes, Antony, Ronaldo, Sancho.

Subs: Heaton, Vitek, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Fred, Casemiro, Iqbal, Elanga, Garnacho, McNeill.

Cristiano Ronaldo. (Alamy)
Cristiano Ronaldo. (Alamy)

Manchester United are looking to climb to the top of Group E with a win, provided other results play in their favour.

Topics: Manchester United, Erik Ten Hag, Europa League

Dylan Penketh
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