Manchester United have travelled to Moscow for their second Champions League group stage fixture. CSKA Moscow are the opponents and United will be without Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini. The Belgian did not travel to Russia with the rest of the squad after suffering an injury against Southampton after a tackle from Shane Long. Axel Tuanzebe has recovered from a back problem and has made the trip alongside fellow youngster Scott McTominay.
Ander Herrera brought 'stability' to the United midfield against Everton and he was needed even more at Southampton. Again, Marouane Fellaini failed to get a stranglehold of a game in Paul Pogba's absence and it was left to Nemanja Matic to grab it by the lapels in the first-half. Southampton eventually overwhelmed him and Fellaini after the pause and it was inevitable Mourinho turned to Herrera. The first thing Herrera did was win the ball and spray a pass into Romelu Lukaku's feet.
Who starts on the left? It is becoming a weekly topic. Rashford, Martial, Rashford, Martial, Rashford, Martial. If Jose Mourinho is consistent, he will restore the Wythenshawe teenager to the left flank after his two-goal stint as the striker against Burton. Martial picked up a couple on Wednesday night - of man of the match awards - and has arguably outperformed Rashford during his stints on the left this season.
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