United bounced back after successive 3-0 defeats against Manchester City and Newcastle to claim an important three points against Fulham in the Premier League on Sunday, despite the performance being unconvincing again.
Bruno Fernandes&apos late goal earned the victory at Craven Cottage and United are now hoping for consecutive wins against Copenhagen, who only narrowly lost in the reverse fixture at Old Trafford.
Regarding the team news, Casemiro remains unavailable with a hamstring injury and he&aposs set to be sidelined until Christmas, but Victor Lindelof will be available again after missing the Fulham game due to illness.
Our writers have had their say on how United should line up…
United should go from one centre half who can play once a week to another. Raphael Varane for Jonny Evans would be the only logical change to the back four. Diogo Dalot improved on the left at Fulham.
Scott McTominay operated at a good tempo at the weekend and this is a game United need him in. Christian Eriksen was poor at the weekend but his canniness and experience could be key.
The dismal Antony should be nowhere near the starting side. Mason Mount has had a terrible time at United but he is preferable to Antony. Alejandro Garnacho was threatening in the second half on Saturday and needs regular starts to sharpen his rhythm.
Ten Hag is looking for consistency in his starting lineup but might be forced into a few changes tonight just to freshen things up.
Evans is ahead of Varane in the pecking order at the moment but can&apost be relied upon to start two matches in a week, while Maguire and McTominay were the two star performers at the weekend.
Mount has to be given the chance in his favoured midfield role to see if he can really do it in a United shirt and Fernandes can drop into the central midfield role to accommodate him.
Pellistri has never played well from the start but is a better option than Antony and Rashford has to start if he is fit enough. Hojlund has struggled so far, yet he is still the clear choice in central attack.
United should make a few changes from the Fulham win and the first should be Varane coming back into the side. Evans didn&apost really put a foot wrong on Saturday but it would be baffling to see him start over the Frenchman again.
The midfield from Craven Cottage should stay the same by default because Amrabat is yet to convince that he&aposs up to this level and there are lack of options with Casemiro unavailable.