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Patrick Kluivert of Aiax is stopped by the Milan defence during the Champions League at the Amsterdam Arena in Amsterdam Netherlands. Ajax won the game 2-0. \ Mandatory Credit Allsport UK West Brom's Jay Rodriguez cleared of racial abuse after allegation not proven
Montrelle Montesinos | 15 Abril, 2018, 21:13

Manchester United will go head to head against bottom feeders West Bromwich Albion at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Jose Mourinho has faith in his high-profile duo, but the Manchester United manager could do better picking some of his less well-known squad members.

United will face West Brom in the next league tie on April 10 following their 3-2 win over Manchester City.

City did not lose a game until January against Liverpool, and drew just twice until that memorable clash at Anfield, while smashing five past Liverpool at the Etihad early in the season, as they stunned opposition, supporters and critics alike with their performances.

Manchester United are best of the rest in the Premier League this season behind Manchester City, scoring 63 goals so far in 2017/18.

"Then JR pinched his nose and said: 'You're black and you stink.' He followed up the comment with a waving gesture in front of his face". At the start of the second half, it really was same of the same as both sides failed to show enough enthusiasm in their play.

It means the Baggies striker escapes a five-match ban for racial abuse, although the FA stressed the complaint made by Bong was in 'absolute good faith'.

Rodriguez denied what he described as a "false allegation" and requested a personal hearing, which took place at the Wembley headquarters of the FA, English football's governing body on Wednesday. That's how I think.

Asked if he will check the score, Guardiola said: "I have a golf game with my son - bogey, double bogey, birdie". Most notably, Lukaku scored a hat-trick in his final appearance for the Midlands club in an eventful 5-5 draw against United, in Sir Alex Ferguson's last game in charge of the Reds.

Antonio Valencia should once again start at right-back but Mourinho may decide to give Ashley Young a rest so Marcos Rojo could start at left-back as he seems to be ahead of Luke Shaw in the pecking order.

The official was on hand 10 minutes later to book Pogba after attempting to throw the ball in, only exacerbating the testimonial feel at Old Trafford.