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Brentford is gearing up to host Manchester United this weekend, aiming to capitalize on their recent positive form and silence doubts about their consistency.

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Under the leadership of Erik ten Hag, Manchester United has grappled with maintaining momentum throughout the season, often faltering just as they appeared on the brink of securing a Champions League qualification spot. Despite this, consecutive victories, including a notable FA Cup win over Liverpool, have put them in contention for fifth place, which would guarantee their return to European competition.

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Conversely, Brentford finds themselves precariously positioned just five points above the Premier League relegation zone following a loss to Burnley before the international break. With only two wins in their last 17 matches across all competitions, Thomas Frank’s side is under pressure to reverse their fortunes.

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Kick-off Date and Time
The upcoming match between Brentford and Manchester United is set for an 8pm GMT kick-off on Saturday, March 30, 2024, at the Gtech Community Stadium.

Team News
Both teams are grappling with injury woes and suspensions. Brentford will likely see Keane Lewis-Potter fill in for the suspended Sergio Reguilon, while Ethan Pinnock eyes a return to strengthen the defense. Bryan Mbeumo, returning from injury, is poised to make his first start for Brentford since December.

Meanwhile, Manchester United faces uncertainties over the fitness of key players like Harry Maguire, Jonny Evans, and Casemiro. However, there’s hope with Lisandro Martinez potentially returning from injury. Amad Diallo’s suspension adds to United’s challenges, but Antony and Mason Mount are pushing for starting spots after impactful performances off the bench.

Head-to-Head Record
Manchester United has largely dominated recent encounters with Brentford, winning four out of five matches since the Bees’ return to the Premier League. However, Brentford did secure a memorable 4-0 victory in this fixture at the start of last season, offering hope for a potential upset.

Potential Starting XI
Goalkeeper: Onana

Defenders: Wan-Bissaka, Raphael Varane, Lisandro Martinez, Diogo Dalot

Midfielders: Mainoo, Scott McTominay, Bruno Fernandes

Attackers: Rashford, Rasmus Hojlund, Garnacho.

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