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Manchester United will be desperate to record their first league win of the season when they host Queens Park Rangers on Sunday.
Prior to the international break, United were held to a disappointing goalless draw away to the newly promoted Burnley.
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Burnley even went the closest to a winner, as David Jones’s free-kick hit the woodwork early on.
Ashley Young probably should have been awarded a penalty; however Louis van Gaal’s men didn’t do enough to win the game.
Queens Park Rangers earned their first win back in the top flight, thanks to a narrow and hard fought win over Sunderland.
Charlie Austin scored the game’s only goal on the stroke of half-time, to lift QPR out of the bottom three.
Both sides were active on transfer deadline day, with Manchester United managing to add Radamel Falcao on a season long loan deal.
QPR pulled off one of the coups of the window in convincing the Brazilian midfielder Sandro to join from Tottenham.
Manchester United won the four Premier League games during QPR’s recent two year stint in the top flight.
Van Gaal could be able to call upon all of his summer signings and the majority look set to start.
Falcao could make his debut from the bench, although Daley Blind, Marco Rojo and Luke Shaw will make their first starts.
Herrera has recovered from injury and will partner fellow new addition Angel Di Maria in midfield.
Rio Ferdinand will face his former employers for the first time since leaving Old Trafford for QPR in the summer.
Sandro and fellow deadline day signing Niko Krancjar will both be on the bench, as Redknapp could name the same team that beat Sunderland.
Alex McCarthy will be considered for a debut in goal, although Robert Green looks set to keep his starting berth.
Expected starting XI’s
Manchester United (4-1-2-1-2): De Gea, Rafael, Evans, Rojo, Shaw, Blind, Di Maria, Herrera, Mata, Van Persie, Rooney
QPR (4-5-1): Green, Isla, Ferdinand, Caulker, Hill, Phillips, Barton, Fer, Mutch, Hoilett, Austin