Manchester United: Predicted XI vs West Brom

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Manchester United travel to the Hawthorns this weekend as they prepare to take on a struggling West Brom side. 

David Moyes' team will be desperate to secure all three points after a shambolic 2-0 defeat to Greek outfit Olympiacos in their last outing. 

Manchester United are currently sitting in seventh place in the Premier League and will need to win near enough every fixture between now and the end of the season, if they're to secure Champions League qualification in this campaign. 

Moyes has the majority of his squad fit and Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea should start between the sticks tomorrow lunch time. 

Departing captain Nemanja Vidic should start at centre-back alongside Phil Jones, who could replace Rio Ferdinand in the side. Moyes may opt for Chris Smalling and Patrice Evra as his full-backs, with Brazilian ace Rafael da Silva in contention for a starting place. 

Michael Carrick, who didn't feature for England in midweek, should start alongside Marouane Fellaini in the middle of the park. Manchester United fans will be hoping Fellaini is in high spirits after he scored for Belgium on Wednesday night. 

Manchester United's star attacking quartet could all be in line to feature at the Hawthorns. Adnan Januzaj and Juan Mata both stayed at home during the international break, so should be fresh. 

Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie are expected to lead the attack as Moyes' team look to hit some late form. 

Manchester United: Predicted XI vs West Brom - De Gea, Smalling, Vidic, Jones, Evra, Carrick, Fellaini, Januzaj, Mata, Rooney, Van Persie

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