Mourinho makes eight – yes, eight – swaps to the side who played at the weekend, their most for a Premier League game in four years, since facing Hull City in May 2014.
Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford are the leading casualties dropped to the bench; only keeper David De Gea, defender Chris Smalling and forward Paul Pogba keep their place.
United manager Jose Mourinho was left deeply unimpressed by his side’s shock defeat at the hands of Brighton, as the Seagulls recorded a 1-0 win to ensure their survival too – and has pulled no punches in addressing the perceived failings of his players in a week where the headlines have been dominated by news of Sir Alex Ferguson’s hospitalisation. Changes were expected – and they have been made.
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