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Manchester United’s expected starting line-up to face Leeds - three changes predicted, including Pogba call

Ralf Rangnick may look to make changes on Sunday with Manchester United’s hectic fixture schedule.

Manchester United could make three changes to their team, for the trip to Leeds United on Sunday.

The Red Devils beat Brighton & Hove Albion 2-0 in midweek as they strengthened their hopes of a top-four spot.

Raphael Varane missed the game due to illness but has since been pictured in training and is expected to be available at Elland Road.

Paul Pogba could also come into the team after he was rested against Brighton and came off the bench to resister an assist for Bruno Fernandes’s injury-time goal.

Another who dropped to the bench for that game was Marcus Rashford, but he could come back into the starting line-up for the clash with Leeds.

Should the aforementioned trio return to the team it would likely be in place of Victor Lindelof, Fred and Anthony Elanga.

Ralf Rangnick confirmed in Friday’s press conference that Nemanja Matic has recovered from a shin injury, although Edinson Cavani remains out due a stomach issue and problem with his groin.

As for Leeds, Marcelo Bielsa has said there’s a chance Stuart Dallas could come back into the fold despite being forced off in the opening stages of the 3-0 loss at Goodison Park last weekend.

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