Manchester United have plenty of international stars who feature for their respective countries and November’s international break was no different.
Jose Mourinho’s men are currently sitting in eight place and desperately need to pick up points fast if there’s any hopes of turning their season around.
The Portuguese boss would’ve been praying for a clean bill of health after the break is over with but unfortunately that may not be the case.
United take on Crystal Palace once the the international fixtures are over with and will need a fully fit squad to build momentum.
Marcus Rashford, Romelu Lukaku and Victor Lindelof are a few of the stars who became doubts one way or the other.
Rashford will be assessed after picking up a knock during the win over Croatia. The #MUFC star hobbled straight down the tunnel on 73-minutes and is flagged as an early for GW13. Lukaku [hamstring] is also at risk of missing the Palace match but Lindelof [illness] should be OK.
— Ben Dinnery (@BenDinnery) November 18, 2018
Rashford was admirable in England’s 2-1 victory over Croatia but unfortunately was subbed off after picking up a knock.
Lukaku wasn’t risked for his nation’s first fixture during the break and a hamstring is not to be lightly dealt with.
Lindelof meanwhile had to be taken off during Sweden’s first match as well after seemingly feeling under the weather.
The centre-back has featured consistently in recent matches for United while Rashford has also had his moments.
Romelu though is in desperate need of turning his form around and will be hoping to be deemed fit in order to win his spot back in the starting XI.