McTominay and Wan-Bissaka set to miss Everton trip
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Manchester United stars Scott McTominay and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are set to sit out Wednesday’s EFL Cup quarter-final tie with Everton.

McTominay scored twice in Sunday’s 6-2 victory over Leeds United but was withdrew late on with a groin issue, while Wan-Bissaka picked up an injury in the same match.


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Both players will not feature in the midweek trip to Everton but could be available for selection for the Boxing Day clash with Leicester City in the Premier League.

Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed the news to MUTV on Tuesday, saying: “Those two will miss the game against Everton definitely.

“Hopefully, it won’t be too long. They’ll be out but, apart from that, I think everyone is, more or less, okay.”

Scott McTominay
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McTominay was hailed as a “physical monster” by Solskjaer after scoring the earliest brace in Premier League history against Leeds, netting his two goals in the opening 170 seconds. 

He also set ul Daniel James for United’s fifth goal against Leeds from one of the three chances he created, while also weighing in with a game-high five clearances.

Right-back Wan-Bissaka tops the Premier League charts for tackles won (24), meanwhile, with Southampton loanee Kyle Walker-Peters next on the list with 23.

The pair have started one game each in United’s run to the last eight of the EFL Cup, with Premier League rivals Everton next up for Solskjaer’s men.

Solskjaer has already confirmed Jesse Lingard will be part of the squad but gave little away when asked about the possibility of starting fellow fringe players Juan Mata and Odion Ighalo.

“I’m not going to give you the team!”, he said. “But we will make a few changes. 

“There have been a few players playing in the Carabao Cup earlier in the season and some will need a rest after the Leeds game. So it will be a fresh team.”

United are aiming to reach the EFL Cup semi-finals in consecutive seasons for the first time since reaching that stage in 2008-09 and 2009-10.


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