It’s been a long month but Manchester United will soon return to Premier League action. United’s last league outing came on September 2 when they defeated Arsenal 3-1 but they then saw matches against Crystal Palace and Leeds United postponed in the wake of the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
That will come to end on Sunday, however, but there will be no easing back into the swing of things as fierce rivals Manchester City await. Though his international stars appear to have returned to Carrington mostly unscathed, Ten Hag still has some injury concerns ahead of the Manchester derby. Continue reading →