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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed the club needs to be at its best in order to defeat Norwich City on Sunday.
United are sitting on the 14th place of the Premier League table just three points ahead of their opponents.
Norwich managed to beat Manchester City this season, so Solskjaer thinks they will face a tough battle.
He told Sky Sports: “I hope we are going to stop them because it’s always going to be difficult down at Carrow Road. When I watched their first game [in the Premier League] against Liverpool I saw a team with lots of courage. They were brave, they played their own way and kept going. That has given them some great results – they beat Newcastle, they beat Manchester City – and they’re a team with a clear philosophy.”
Speaking on the playing squad, the Red Devil’s boss added: “We are ready for it now, we’ve been to Belgrade here and got some players back. I managed to take off Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Anthony Martial off after 60 minutes because they’ve been out for a long time. So hopefully we’ll have a fresh team because we’ll need to be at our best to have a chance.”