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Scott McTominay will be the sole Red Devil playing on the international stage on Wednesday.
Scotland are set to face off against Ukraine at home in the Nations League in a fixture that was postponed due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.
The fixture will take place at Hampden Park, with Ukraine and Scotland sitting first and second respectively in Group E of the tournament.
It will kick off at 19:45 BST, with Scotland looking to get revenge on the side that knocked them out of the World Cup qualifiers back in June.
Scott McTominay has got off to a brilliant start so far this season, featuring in midfield during Manchester United's last four Premier League wins.
Speaking ahead of the Premier League clash against Arsenal earlier in September, Erik ten Hag confirmed that the reason Casemiro is not starting for Manchester United is due to McTominay's form, as well as needing to adapt.
"He is new in the team, he has to adapt to the team. He has to get used to my way of playing football," Ten Hag said.
"The other thing, Scott McTominay is playing really well."
We wish McTominay the best of luck during this international break, in which Scotland will play three times.