Erik ten Hag, Manchester United manager, explains why Marcus Rashford was dropped against Chelsea.

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We need the bench, and lately, we have had a strong bench. “Recently players from the bench have impacted, Mason Mount. It is a huge impact and it is a good impact to have Rashford on the bench.”

Antony for Rashford is one of three changes from last week’s disappointment at Brentford. Harry Maguire has replaced the injured Victor Lindelof, while Scott McTominay has dropped out for Casemiro. Andre Onana starts in goal, with Maguire partnering Raphael Varane in between Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Diogo Dalot in defence.

Casemiro joins Kobbie Mainoo and Bruno Fernandes in midfield, with Antony lining up alongside Alejandro Garnacho and Rasmus Hojlund across Ten Hag’s front three.

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