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18.05.2021 - 18:17 Uhr

Premier League updates from the 6pm BST kick-offRead the latest edition of our daily email, The FiverAnd you can contact Barry by email or on Twitter 5.17pm BST Those teams: David De Gea is a surprise inclusion in goal with Dean Henderson dropping to the bench. Henderson didn’t exactly cover himself in glory in United’s defeat at the hands of Liverpool last week and may have blown his chance of lining up for United in the Europa League final. Henderson’s demotion to the bench is one of three changes made by Ole Gunnar Solskjær. Mason Greenwood is in for Marcus Rashford up front, while Axel Tuanzebe replaces Eric Bailly at centre-back. 5.04pm BST Manchester United: De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Tuanzebe, Lindelof, Shaw, Fred, McTominay, Pogba, Fernandes, Greenwood, CavaniSubs: Henderson, Bailly, Mata, Rashford, Diallo, Telles, Matic, Williams, Van de Beek 5.02pm BST 4.59pm BST 4.58pm BST 4.48pm BST “For the last few years they have been taken by the same two teams and for us to go into them and divide them it’s good,” he said of United being in second place. “It’s a good performance but we can’t say it’s an achievement, it’s not an achievement. 4.47pm BST “I think, for me, the most important thing is finishing this season and focusing on that really,” said Fulham’s manager in the build-up to this game. “What’s to be next year is a few months away. What’s vitally important for me and for the players, I need the players to understand that you’re in the biggest league and the best league and the spotlight’s constantly on them. We need to finish this season the right way, really. 4.47pm BST 4.47pm BST Manchester United are without Harry Maguire, as well as long-term absentee Phil Jones. Anthony Martial and Daniel James may make the bench having recovered from injury. Related: Fan protests affected Manchester United performances, Solskjær claims 1.49pm BST Manchester United host Fulham at Old Trafford, in a fixture where the desperate pre-match efforts of broadcasters to market it as being in any way significant to either side are likely to be among the highlights. Manchester United have bigger fish to fry: specifically an imminent date with Villarreal in the Europa League final, while already relegated Fulham have probably been counting down the minutes until the end of the season since their fate was sealed just over a week ago. Continue reading...