EPL: Man United vs Cardiff City Lineups And Team News

Last updated on July 30th, 2019 at 4:39 am

Man United vs Cardiff City

Manchester United ring the changes for their final match of the Premier League season against Cardiff this afternoon (3pm).

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are a point behind fifth-placed Arsenal, who play Burnley at Turf Moor.

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But fifth place could be vital if the result of the FA Cup final goes Watford’s way against Man City as that would secure them a group stage spot in the Europa League.

The team that finishes sixth will have to go through the qualifying stage which begins during pre-season and often has its effects towards the end of the campaign.

The Red Devils have secured just 5 points from their last 5 games which include the embarrassing back-to-back defeats against Everton and Man City.

Manchester United are unbeaten in their last eight league meetings with Cardiff with six wins and two draws since a 0-3 away loss in November 1960.

The Man United vs Cardiff City game kicks off at 15:00 (GMT +1) on 12 May 2019.

Man United vs Cardiff City Lineups

Man United (4-3-3) Lineup

  1. de Gea
  2. Young
  3. Jones
  4. Smalling
  5. Dalot
  6. Pereira
  7. McTominay
  8. Pogba
  9. Greenwood
  10. Rashford
  11. Lingard

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Cardiff City (4-4-1-1) Lineup

  1. Zohorè
  2. Reid
  3. Murphy
  4. Bacuna
  5. Gunnarsson
  6. Mendez-Laing
  7. Bennett
  8. Ecuele Manga
  9. Morrison
  10. Peltier
  11. Etheridge

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