Man Utd host Newcastle in a highly-anticipated EFL Cup round-of-16 tie on Wednesday at 8:15pm (UK time).
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Man Utd vs Newcastle match preview
For Man Utd, Wednesday night’s match carries far more significance than any usual early round of the EFL Cup. Erik ten Hag is under immense pressure following his side’s crushing 3-0 loss to rivals Manchester City at the weekend, now suffering five defeats from 10 Premier League matches. The manner of the defeat was most alarming, with United barely laying a glove on Pep Guardiola’s men, with a number of players coming under criticism for their performances and attitude; including Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Anthony.
As for Newcastle, they’ve won just one of their last four across all competitions but remain well in the mix for another top-four berth in the Premier League and progression to the Champions League knockout rounds. Eddie Howe is currently working with an extremely depleted squad right now, so might well choose to rest a number of key players for this trip to Old Trafford. That would ordinarily offer hope to Man Utd, but it may only serve to add extra pressure to Ten Hag’s men.