Manchester United welcome bottom side West Bromwich Albion to Old Trafford on Sunday and Jose Mourinho has revealed which players will be available to feature against the caretaker Daren Moore's side.
Albion are in dire straits at the moment. They have dropped a league-high 26 points from winning positions this season. At times people have mentioned them amongst the best sides to have played in the Premier League and whilst that might be an overstatement they have been brilliant and far better than any of the competition. Now the question will be can they retain it next season?
Ander Herrera was denied an early penalty off a Romelu Lukaku feed, and United was very much on the front foot against Ben Foster and the Baggies.
Back-up goalkeeper Sergio Romero is sidelined after suffering a collision on Argentina duty, but the versatile Daley Blind is back in training and pushing for a return.
Meanwhile, defender Jonny Evans (knee) and striker Daniel Sturridge (hamstring) could feature after making progress from their respective injury concerns.
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Given time to contemplate his words, he said that he may have chosen more civilised ones but the sentiment would remain the same. In an interview to Italian television programme "Le Iene", Buffon said, "I'd say them all again".
West Brom Chief Executive Mark Jenkins has assured supporters that no stone will be left unturned in his efforts to put the club back on course.
Pep Guardiola has now won three league titles in three different countries, Spain with Barcelona, Germany with Bayern Munich and England with Manchester City.
As shrewd a signing as he would have been, he has endured a awful season at The Hawthorns - he is one of a number of players to have under-performed significantly this term - and the queue to sign him would surely be nowhere near as long had his relegation release clause not existed. Lingard is a testament to that idea and his link-up play with Alexis Sanchez and chemistry with Paul Pogba on and off the field will be key for United for the rest of the season.
However, West Brom pulled out of the deal at the last minute when they made a decision to loan Gregorz Krychowiak from PSG.
But he is the type of player who could catch United cold in a set play where the home side has, especially in recent weeks, looked shaky in defence. "The important thing is to have the chance to win at home".