Mourinho admits he has made his decision on future of United forward
- Author: Julie Sanders Apr 09, 2017,
Apr 09, 2017, 4:14
Hopes of survival diminish by the week, but Jones says that the players won't stop fighting despite being outsiders going into the game against Jose Mourinho's United side.
Despite Mourinho's reluctance to go public over Januzaj's situation, it is nearly certain that he will be made available for transfer.
However, Adnan Januzaj is ineligible to play due to being on-loan from United.
Defoe to score first is at 17/2, and Ibrahimovic to get the first goal is at 13/5. It was a tough season, there's no getting away from that. "Ashley Young is injured, and no more news because Mata, Smalling and Jones you already what you are speaking about", Mourinho said. He played only 12 matches, before returning to England.
"Can he play 90 minutes?"
Moyes endured a considerable amount of criticism for the disappointments that United endured during his tenure, but the Scotsman's current focus is on attempting to achieve the unenviable task of preserving Sunderland's Premier League status.
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However, the former Everton boss endured a dismal campaign at Old Trafford and was sacked following a 2-0 defeat against his old club in April 2014 - a result that ensured United would not qualify for the Champions League.
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United are on a 20-league game unbeaten streak, but hasn't seen the Manchester side progress as only half have been wins.
"The relevance? Mr Durban moved on to Sunderland, where he was responsible for the last time they went more games without scoring than now".
Sunderland have not scored in the last six matches and will be looking to change that in a match where United are not high in confidence at all.
The Black Cats haven't failed to score in five consecutive home league games since a run of six in May 1985 in the top-flight, where they were eventually relegated.
Perhaps more worrying is the fact they have not scored a single goal in 15 minutes shy of 10 hours of league football, since Jermain Defoe collected his 14th of the season at Crystal Palace on February 4. The Black Cats' chances of avoiding relegation are even more slender at 33/1 to stay up, while Jose Mourinho's men have drifted out to 100/30 for a top-four finish following back-to-back draws.