/Injury Blow Rocks Premier League Side, Manchester United: Could This Be An Easy Pass For Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs?
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Injury Blow Rocks Premier League Side, Manchester United: Could This Be An Easy Pass For Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs?

English premier League side, Manchester United FC, seems to be battling an injury epidemic which has led to a drop in form of the most fielded players on the team’s roster. With the injuries mounting for the Manchester United or Red’s during the international break, chances are that the club side may find it harder to maintain their current win statistics for upcoming games following the international break, thus spelling a change in sentiment for those interested in the Manchester United football tickets.

Having witnessed a significantly successful run over the past weeks and under the new management instituted by Coach Ole Solskjaer after the club’s former coach, Jose Mourinho was let go following a series of disastrous performances and bouts of altercations with top players in the team, the Reds have been dealt another heavy blow as one of its top forwards, Marcus Rashford was added to the growing list of injuries.

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The injured United’s forward was made to sit out the England training thus confirming the fears of fans as the Reds are scheduled to face some of their top English rivals in the coming weeks.

The Man United forward however, in the absence of his participation in the England training session will most likely miss out on England’s first Euro 2020 qualifier game against the Czech Republic side.

With Rashford’s absence from training indicating an unpredictable injury, it has been revealed that the United’s forward is battling an ankle injury which he picked up during the Premier League clash with Liverpool FC last month.

While Rashford was not withdrawn from the squad manned by Gareth Southgate, the team is expected to fare pretty well as it is destined to face Montenegro in the coming days after the clash with the Czech Republic side.

Dark Times Ahead

The latest addition of Rashford to the club’s list of injured players casts a shadow of doubt on the outing and performance of the Ole led team as they are set to face more tough opponents in the coming fixtures.

With Rashford adding to the list of four players who have already been withdrawn from their respective national squads over the current international break, it appears that the club may have to tighten its defence and strategies as it fixtures against Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur seems to look pretty interesting for the opposition sides.

Luke Shaw, also a Manchester United player will be missing out on the England’s Euro 2020 qualifier against Czech Republic and Montenegro after he too was withdrawn from the squad on the basis of his thigh injury.

Antony Martial, who was substituted in his last Premier League game for the club side after he signaled his inability to continue in the game will also be missing out on the France action as it has been revealed that he is battling a knee injury which may keep him out of the field of play for some weeks.

Romelo Lukaku, the Belgian international and Manchester United forward alongside Serbian midfielder, Namanja Matic have also added to the list bringing the United side to a total of eight injuries ahead of their next match against Watford after the international break.

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