Manchester United will be aiming to reach the Carabao Cup Fourth Round tonight, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side head to Luton Town.

United kicked off their Premier League campaign with defeat to Crystal Palace last weekend, and Solskjaer is expected to ring the changes against the Championship club.

Dean Henderson could be in line for his United debut at Kenilworth Road, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly and Brandon Williams coming into the defence.

Dutch international Donny van de Beek made his own off the bench against Palace, and the former Ajax man is expected to start this one, alongside the returning Odion Ighalo and Nemanja Matic.

And whilst this game looks like an easy task for United on paper, they will be looking to avoid a possible banana skin, after crashing out at this stage of the competition in 2018, losing a penalt shootout to Derby.

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