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Manchester United injury list and upcoming fixtures

With key games in three competitions on the horizon Ten Hag will be desperate for the likes of Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw to return.

When will Man Utd's injured players be back?

After a shaky start to life under Erik ten Hag, Manchester United have looked much improved in recent months.

With less than two months of the season remaining they are still fighting on three fronts after already picking up the EFL Cup with a win over Newcastle United. A top four finish, the FA Cup and the Europa League are still on the radar for Ten Hag’s men, but they are currently without a number of key players.

We take a look at Manchester United’s upcoming fixtures and their current injury list, with some rough dates as when the Old Trafford faithful will see them back on the pitch.

Manchester United: April fixtures

Sevilla vs Manchester United, 20 April (Europa League quarter-final, second leg)

Brighton & Hove Albion vs Manchester United, 23 April (FA Cup semi-final)

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United, 27 April (Premier League)

Manchester United vs Aston Villa, 30 April (Premier League)

Manchester United: Injury list

Erik ten Hag is currently facing injuries to at least ten members of his first team squad. With four fixtures in 11 days on the horizon, he will be hoping that some of them are fit to play in the crucial Europa League second leg against Sevilla.

Here’s the current state of play for the Old Trafford injury list...

Back for Sevilla

Tyrell Malacia – Sore knee

Scott McTominay – Unknown

Marcus Rashford – Groin

Luke Shaw – Muscle injury

Tom Heaton – Ankle

Marcel Sabitzer – Knock

Marcel Sabitzer scored a brace against Sevilla last week.
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Marcel Sabitzer scored a brace against Sevilla last week.DARREN STAPLESAFP

Back next month

Alejandro Garnacho – Ankle

Raphael Varane – Foot

Back next season

Lisandro Martinez – Broken metatarsal

Donny van de Beek – Knee

These return dates are only rough estimates and are subject to change as players’ recoveries develop. Also, some of the more long-term injured may need more time to return to full match fitness.

But it does look like Ten Hag will have a number of key players back in contention in the coming weeks.


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