3. Daniel James
Marcus Rashford’s injury is surely upsetting news for Ole Solskjaer but it could be a blessing in disguise for Daniel James, who has mostly played out of position this season.
James preferred position is left-wing, but because of Rashford, he is played on the right-wing, which limits his efficiency, but on the left-wing, he is surely a threat to any team on any given day.
James only has 3 goals in this season, but he is an absolute goal-scoring threat from the left side of the field, as it allows him to cut in and shoot at the target.
His best performances for Manchester United have come from that position only or whenever he has been swapped to the left-wing. So, this could be a good opportunity for James to shut his critics.
Moreover, last time when he faced Chelsea in the Premier League, he gave an extraordinary performance, as Chelsea’s defenders had no answer to his blistering pace.