Early team news for Omonia v United
Erik ten Hag will have much to consider when it comes to selecting his starting XI for Manchester United's Europa League group-stage match away to Omonia Nicosia.
That short trip to the Etihad Stadium was the first of nine fixtures in a busy October, and it will therefore be intriguing to see which line-up Ten Hag opts for when he takes his squad on a much longer journey in midweek.
As for the away win at Sheriff Tiraspol, the boss picked a more familiar team to the one we have seen in recent domestic matches.
The Reds had blank weekends either side of that one but the Omonia game will be closely followed by a Premier League trip to Everton on Sunday evening.
Varane was forced off in the first half of Sunday’s derby, while Maguire picked up an injury while on duty with England in the recent international break.
The boss is likely to be asked about both defenders during his pre-match press conference, which you will be able to see live on ManUtd.com, MUTV and the United App at 11:30 BST on Wednesday.
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Martin Dubravka also sustained an injury while away with Slovakia and was not among the 18 players that were named in the matchday group at Manchester City.
One player who returned to action on Sunday was Anthony Martial, who scored twice in the closing stages from the bench. He could potentially build on his minutes in Cyprus.
The Frenchman came on shortly before the hour mark, replacing Marcus Rashford who got 60 minutes under his belt following a recent layoff.
Facundo Pellistri featured in the squad for the first time this season, as an unused substitute.
Top scorer Bruno is looking to find the net for a fifth successive match for the Cypriot side. In total, the Brazilian winger has netted five goals across all competitions this season, including their only goal in the Europa League so far, in the 2-1 defeat away to Real Sociedad.
Experienced goalkeeper Fabiano made his 100th appearance for the club at the weekend and kept his 44th clean sheet in a 2-0 win away to Doxa in the league.
Former Celtic striker Gary Hooper is also in our opponents' ranks after reuniting with his old boss Neil Lennon. Meanwhile, Manchester City Academy graduate Brandon Barker is enjoying his first term as an Omonia player.