Big blow for Man United as six players set to miss the Liverpool clash

Big Blow for Man United, as six players are out for the Liverpool clash

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Arch-rivals Man United travel to Anfield for a crunch Premier League tie against Liverpool on Tuesday night.

The two of the biggest English clubs are up against each other. And believe it or not, it’s the biggest fixture in English football.

Manchester United are currently having a torrid season, under both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ralf Rangnick. The Red Devils are even finding it hard to even get into the top four to secure Champions League football.

Manchester United returned to winning ways after a month against relegation-threatened side Norwich. Since winning against Spurs, the Old Trafford club lost the Champions League game to Atletico Madrid and drew and lost Premier League games against Leicester City and Everton respectively.

Meanwhile, United’s star player Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 60th career hat trick over the weekend. Who seems to be the lone fighter for the club.

But now, the club finds itself in a tricky situation against Liverpool.

The 6 key players who could miss out for Man United for the Liverpool clash

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A mammoth task lies ahead for United’s interim manager Ralf Rangnick against Liverpool. Moreover, now the task gets even bigger as six key players seem to be out for the trip to Anfield.

The Red Devil stars Fred, Raphael Varane, Scott McTominay, Luke Shaw, and Edinson Cavani are all expected to be unavailable. All five were absent on Saturday against Norwich at Old Trafford.

Earlier in the press conference, Rangnick said:

Rapha didn’t train with the team, he was on the pitch with one of our rehab coaches.

In regard to injuries, we have the same situation as we had in the last two games.

Moreover, Ronaldo was to be involved in the game but following the tragic news of the death of the baby boy. He should get an extended break from the action.

Meanwhile, Bruno Fernandes was involved in a car accident on the way to training on Monday morning but was not seriously injured and trained at United’s Carrington training complex.

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