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Borthwick-Jackson back in Manchester United's starting XI

Manchester United have made a few changes for the final day of the season.

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With a possible Champions League place to chase but a definite FA Cup to plan for, Louis van Gaal has ... actually, to be honest, we don't know what he's done. Is he resting people? Is this now United's strongest starting eleven, in his opinion? It's been that kind of season.

David de Gea is in goal. Hooray! For the last time? Hooroo ...

In defence, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson returns to the starting lineup; he'll split fullback duties with Antonio Valencia. Chris Smalling and Daley Blind persist in the middle. In front of them, Michael Carrick will stroll around pinging passes hither and yon, while Wayne Rooney and Jesse Lingard (we think) will scurry around trying to make things happen.

Alternatively, Lingard might be out wide, in which case Juan Mata will play in the middle. Or maybe there'll be lots of really exciting interchanging? No, no, probably not. Anthony Martial will be out on the left, and Marcus Rashford continues up front.

On the bench we have Sergio Romero, PHIL JONES, Guillermo Varela, Ashley Young, Ander Herrera, Andreas Pereira, and Memphis Depay. Yes, we're very worried about Morgan Schneiderlin. No, we haven't seen him anywhere.