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Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo and Ashley Young remain out for the long-term for Manchester United, but Eric Bailly and Phil Jones are available again after missing the UEFA Super Cup through suspension.
Slaven Bilic has an injury concern over one of his summer signings ahead of West Ham’s first league game of the season. Marko Arnautovic may have to wait for his Hammers debut after suffering a minor muscle injury, but Javier Hernandez is set to start against his former club. Joe Hart and Pablo Zabaleta will also make their debuts.
West Ham have had a strong summer in the transfer market – as have Manchester United – but arrive at Old Trafford without Manuel Lanzini, Michail Antonio and with Aaron Cresswell a major doubt and Javier Hernandez, maybe, not fully fit. That is four definite starters. Their absence may tip things strongly in favour of a United team with huge depth and with even greater expectation this season.
Reports are circulating that there has been a fatality on the line near the Milton Keynes area. All trains leaving Euston station have since been delayed, and there are currently no trains going directly into Manchester. Virgin Trains tweeted: “Due to emergency service dealing with an incident between Milton Keynes & Watford, all lines are blocked.
Fans travelling to the Theatre of Dreams from Euston have been advised to make their way to Kings Cross and stop off at Leeds or Sheffield, and then get the train from there to Manchester.
However, the train won’t be getting in at Leeds until at least 4pm, meaning the majority of the away end will be empty during the first half.