Manchester United will welcome Club Brugge for the second leg of the Europa League last-32 on Thursday night aiming to pick a win that will seem them through to the next round.
The Red Devils are all square following a 1-1 draw in Belgium last week and will need a victory to qualify, even though a scoreless draw could still be enough.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been boosted with the return of key players from injuries, and had 27 players in training on Wednesday afternoon.
Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba are the only two senior players missing from the side, and the Norwegian revealed the mood in the camp is positive ahead of the match.
Scott McTominay is one of the players who has fully recovered and will be fighting to regain his place in the middle of the park, which will mean breaking the Fred-Matic-Fernandes partnership that has kicked into gear in recent weeks.
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Eric Bailly was rested in United's Premier League match against Watford over the weekend, with Victor Lindelof coming in to partner Maguire in defense.
The Ivory Coast international looks likely to return to the starting lineup to partner the captain, with Luke Shaw taking his usual spot at left-back.
Sergio Romero looks set as well to start between the posts in place of David De Gea, with Aaron Wan-Bisaka playing to his right at right-back.
McTominay will partner Fred in midfield, with Bruno Fernandes playing in the number 10 hole, just behind the striker.
Upfront, in-form Anthony Martial will start with Greenwood and Mata pulling wide.
Man United predicted lineup: Romero; Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Bailly, Shaw; McTominay, Fred; Mata, Fernandes, Greenwood; Martial