Solskjaer to make ‘tough decisions’ at Man United

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Solskjaer is not expecting the 30-year-old to figure in a Premier League clash with West Ham on Saturday but is hoping to have him back for European duty on Tuesday.

West Ham could recall Michail Antonio to the squad after he recovered from an ankle knock but Samir Nasri remains out with a calf injury so he is on the sidelines along with Andy Carroll, Andriy Yarmolenko, Carlos Sanchez, Jack Wilshere, and Winston Reid.

We are Manchester United, even if they are Barcelona - we are Manchester United, and we play in the Champions League just like they do. "If we get 15 points I think we'll make the top three because hopefully we'll beat Chelsea at home", he said.

In his weekly feature for Sky Sports, Merson claimed that the "season's finished" for West Ham so Man United could record a 3-0 win.

"The chances that we get, we have to put them in. They should still have too much for the Hammers, though".

A disappointing 2018-19 season saw Madrid out of contention in La Liga, Champions League and Copa del Rey by March, leading to the return of Zinedine Zidane as coach - which is likely to mean significant changes in the summer. And, having scored nine goals from midfield in his first 12 games under Solskjaer, the Frenchman has not found the net in his last eight, missing a penalty in the defeat of Southampton. However, injuries forced him to adopt the role in defence under Louis van Gaal, and Valencia has since played as a right-back.

Pogba's second spot-kick won the game 10 minutes from time
Pogba's second spot-kick won the game 10 minutes from time

Luke Shaw's early own goal, after deflecting in Luis Suarez's header, was the difference at Old Trafford.

Yes is odds-on in the Both Teams to Score market too and that makes ideal sense given United's record of leaking goals at home.

"This is a "must win" game for them". And that's where the value sits.

But Solskjaer, who scored the victor when United won the Champions League at the Camp Nou in 1999, believes Barca's prestigious European history makes beating the Spanish champions a different prospect to PSG.

"There aren't many games left", Rojo said.

The club is now at sixth in the Premier League table and faces an uphill task to secure Champions League qualification places.