Manchester United celebrated a 3-1 victory over Norwich City in the Premier League on Sunday and climbed to the 7th place in the league table.
After the win in the Premier League, the Red Devils are preparing to play an away Carabao Cup game against Chelsea on Thursday, October 31.
Ahead of the game, United head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has dropped a team news hint.
When asked about whether James Garner and Brandon Williams will be involved in the game against Chelsea, Solskjaer said: "I would think so."
James Garner made his full debut in the Europa League game against Partizan and came on as a substitute against Norwich City, while Williams was an unused substitute against Norwich and played full game against Partizan.
"Jimmy played 10-15 minutes [against Norwich] and was excellent, calmed us down and made some good decisions when we wanted to see the game out," continued Solskjaer.
"We have not made a decision on who is going to play, but you will probably see the two of them. Character will be revealed in tough times, but I think they have done excellent, the young kids.
"I can't give them any more responsibility and I couldn't be any more happy with many of the youngsters.
"We know it's been tough and we know that we have asked a lot of them because Paul [Pogba], Luke [Shaw], Anthony [Martial], loads of other players that have been injured, and for us the youngsters have stepped up in a difficult period.
"But in the end they will be stronger for it."
via - football.london