Another season is (almost) in the books, and what a let down 2018/19 has been. Manchester United have been joyless and almost unwatchable, briefly fun again, and then bitterly disappointing. With no chance of finishing in the top 4 of the Premier League, United are likely to start and end Sunday in 6th place. Already relegated Cardiff City are the Reds’ final opponents. Ordinarily, a Championship team with nothing to play for should be easy fodder for a United team hoping to give their home fans something to cheer about, but this United team keeps finding new ways to disappoint.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hinted that a few youngsters are likely to be involved on Sunday. James Garner, Mason Greenwood, Tahith Chong, and Angel Gomes are all likely candidates to either start or come off the bench. Antonio Valencia will likely be on the bench for the first time in ages, and get a chance to come on for a farewell appearance at Old Trafford. Ander Herrera has not been pictured with the squad, but it would be a shame if he did not get a fitting send off as well.
Premier League schedule
15:00 in the UK, which translates to 10:00 on the east coast of the U.S. and 07:00 on the west.
Premier League channel
Sky Sports Football in the UK, USA Network for those in the...USA. Everyone else, head on over to LiveSoccerTV to find out your viewing options.
Premier League streaming
Sky Go in the UK, NBC Sports Live for those in the States. You can also stream the match on Fubo.
Prediction: David de Gea; Ashley Young, Phil Jones, Victor Lindelöf, Luke Shaw; Scott McTominay, James Garner, Paul Pogba; Juan Mata, Tahith Chong, Marcus Rashford.
Lineup: A lot of big names missing, but hello to Mason Greenwood.
Our final starting XI of the season includes a front 6️⃣ of #MUAcademy graduates...— Manchester United (@ManUtd) May 12, 2019
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