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Injury Updates for Man Utd and Sheffield United Ahead of Weekend Clash


Manchester United and Sheffield United are gearing up for an exciting Premier League showdown this weekend, but both teams are dealing with their fair share of injury concerns. As the match date approaches, here's a comprehensive update on the injury status of key players from both sides.

Manchester United's Injury Update:

Casemiro to Miss Out: Manchester United's Brazilian midfielder Casemiro won't be available for the upcoming match. His return from international duty has been delayed, leaving a void in the midfield.


Hojlund and Amrabat's Fitness: Rasmus Hojlund and Sofyan Amrabat, despite initial fitness doubts, have been seen in training. Their presence is a positive sign for the Red Devils.


Reguilon Returns: Sergio Reguilon, who has been sidelined since the 1-0 victory against Burnley last month, is back in the squad, providing a much-needed boost to the defense.



Varane's Comeback: Good news for Manchester United fans, as Raphael Varane is back working with the squad after his recent absence. His experience and defensive prowess are vital for the team.


Jonny Evans and Kobbie Mainoo: Jonny Evans, who picked up a knock while captaining Northern Ireland against Slovenia, is expected to be part of the lineup. Youngster Kobbie Mainoo is working on regaining full fitness after an injury during the pre-season tour.


Other Injuries: Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, Lisandro Martinez, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and Amad were unavailable due to injuries heading into the break.

McTominay's Claim: Scott McTominay made a strong case for a starting spot with his brilliant injury-time double against the Bees. His performance adds depth to the midfield.


Antony's Return: Antony continues his return to action with a substitute appearance in the previous match, providing an additional attacking option.


Rashford's Sharpness: Marcus Rashford, who showcased his sharpness by scoring for England in a 3-1 victory over Italy, is set to feature and bring his goalscoring prowess to Bramall Lane.



Sheffield United's Injury Update:

Blades manager Paul Heckingbottom, a former Red himself, is hopeful that the international break allowed some of his injured players to regain full fitness.


Injury Concerns: Updates are pending on the availability of George Baldock, William Osula, Rhys Norrington-Davies, Max Lowe, and Ben Osborn. These players could play a crucial role if fit.


Tom Davies's Prolonged Absence: Unfortunately for Sheffield United, Tom Davies is expected to face a longer spell on the sidelines due to an injury.


Defensive Woes: Defenders Chris Basham and John Egan are also likely to remain unavailable, posing a challenge for the Blades' defensive setup.

Captaincy Change: In the absence of regular skipper John Egan, Oliver Norwood, an ex-Academy graduate, is being tipped to captain the side. His leadership will be instrumental in the upcoming match.



The injury updates for both Manchester United and Sheffield United present an intriguing dynamic for the upcoming clash. As match day [Saturday 21st October] approaches, the fate of these players will be closely monitored, as it could significantly influence the outcome of the game. Stay tuned for more updates and insights as the teams prepare to take the field at Bramall Lane.



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