Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer allegedly has three games to save his job, including this weekend's tough Premier League encounter with Tottenham in North London.
In their last match, the Red Devils were humiliated by Liverpool in a match at Old Trafford, losing 5-0 against their arch rivals.
The result put increasing pressure on Solskjaer to improve results, and he must get a positive result against Spurs as well as versus Atalanta in the Champions League and even Man City in the Premier League next week.
For the Tottenham game he will be without Paul Pogba after the Frenchman came off the bench against Liverpool only to receive a red card, gaining a subsequent suspension.
Man Utd could receive a boost ahead of the match as Raphael Varane has returned to training following a groin injury. It will be up to Solskjaer to determine whether the World Cup winner is fit enough to start.
Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka will again start in defence despite their woeful individual and collective performances against Liverpool.
With Pogba not available, it should be a relatively simple choice to go with Fred and Scott McTominay in midfield, though Nemanja Matic is also an option.
Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes will be the likely attacking midfield three as Solskjaer doesn't appear to trust Jadon Sancho yet.
Cristiano Ronaldo will start up top.