Manchester United are back at Old Trafford after two away games in the Premier League.
West Ham are the guests on an afternoon that is important in the battle for the Champions League places.
Ralf Rangnick has chosen his United starter XI for the big match, and here is how the German has lined up his side.
You can see how the page Rangnick has chosen, compared to our predicted lineup here.
The big news is that Cristiano Ronaldo is ready to start the match after suffering a neck injury that required treatment this week.
Scott McTominay is also able to play after being substituted late in the 3-1 win at Brentford, where he was outstanding.
Edinson Cavani is also fit enough for a place on the bench here as he missed midweek match day.
Rangnick had already confirmed his fireback before the match and it is there that the only change from Wednesday night’s team has been made.
Harry Maguire replaces Victor Lindelof, whose house was broken into while playing in midweek, and will be captain of the team.
It looks like a continuation of the 4-3-3 system that United have used in the last two games.
Jesse Lingard is ready to play on the bench against the club he did so well with last season and scored the winner against in September, but Jadon Sancho is still missing.
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