Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has stated that he will name a line-up that gives us the best possible chance of winning Sunday’s Premier League game at Leeds.

The trip to Elland Road comes just three days before our Champions League campaign resumes with a visit to the Spanish capital to face Atletico Madrid in the round of 16, but despite that, the German says his that his XI will be picked based on what we need to beat the Whites, rather than with one eye on that tie in the Spanish capital.

Speaking in his exclusive matchday interview, which you will be able to see in full from 09:00 GMT on the morning of the game, Rangnick says:

“What we will do, we will try to play the best possible team to win the game at Leeds, and, then again, we do the same for the game against Atletico on Wednesday.”

During that interview, our interim boss also speaks about how rotation will likely not be as much of a factor in his selection, due to the five-day gap between this game and our 2-0 victory over Brighton on Tuesday.

Therefore, with the exception of Edinson Cavani and Tom Heaton who were confirmed to be sidelined for the game by Ralf in his pre-match press conference, he will likely have a welcome selection headache with nearly a full squad available to choose from, for the trip over the Pennines.

So, will he stick with the team that the started midweek win or look to make a few adjustments for Sunday’s game? Two of our writers have had their say