Anthony Martial is available for Manchester United’s Champions League clash with RB Leipzig.
The France forward has served two matches of a three-game domestic ban and is available to start on Wednesday, having lined-up in last week’s Group H opener at Paris St Germain.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he has “more or less the same squad” available to the one that drew 0-0 with Chelsea on Saturday. Jesse Lingard and Eric Bailly missed that match through injury.
Sergio Romero, Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo have been omitted from the European squad so cannot feature in the group stage.
Meanwhile, summer signing Donny Van De Beek is likely to be on the bench again, but Solskjaer says his time will come soon enough.
“When players come into a new league, a new team, it’s always going to be a time of (transition),” said the United boss.
“When Donny has played, he’s played really well. I think it says a lot about our depth of quality in the squad that we don’t have to use him every single game because we have other players as well.
“I also think it says everything about our ambitions, we want to go and push on, we want to go and challenge for trophies this season.
“Donny is going to play a big, big part this year. At the moment, I realise the topic is Donny Van De Beek and it’s nice for some players or commentators to have a little go.
“I know that you’re short for time when you’re on telly and you have to put your points across very quickly, but you have to know that you don’t have to start the first three games to be a very important player in the squad.
“I would be disappointed if some of my team-mates said that I wasn’t important at Man United but I didn’t start many games, so Donny’s going to be very, very important for us, don’t worry about that.”
Man Utd: De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelog, Maguire, Shaw, McTominay, Matic, Fernandes, Greenwood, Rashford, Martial