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Cary Erickson | 17 October, 2020, 12:28

Former Manchester United striker Berbatov is backing the Red Devils to secure a narrow 1-0 win against Newcastle on Saturday night.

It is a game where manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have to make some key decisions, especially in defence, where club captain Harry Maguire is a doubt.

"I don't doubt his resilience in that respect and he's very professional, so he wants to put himself ready for selection and then it's up to me to choose him or not, if I want to take him out of the firing line".

United have made a torrid start to the season, winning only a single game due to controversial circumstances against Graham Potter's Brighton.

Harry Maguire was heavily criticised following his poor showing in the scandalous defeat at home to Spurs in the Red Devils' last game. We've thought a lot about it and talked a lot in the dressing room. I wish we had it on tape - he scored a goal in training the other day which was just ludicrous how good it was, I think we all applauded'. "He's going be here for another two years and sure he's focused on doing his best for us and we want to see the best for Paul and I'm sure in the next couple of years we'll get the best out of him".

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"The worldwide break has been really good for us because we've had time to rest and think about what we've done". "We've been training hard".

"What happened in the last few games is in the past".

The St James' Park faithful know all about what Saint-Maximin can do with a ball at his feet, and we should all be looking forward to many more years of the 23-year-old's flamboyancy.

Toon boss Steve Bruce added: 'We've worked well all week and hope to get off to a fast start. Hopefully he comes in and scores goals, because he can definitely help us win games and points.

However Newcastle head coach Bruce, who will send his side into Premier League battle with the club for whom he made more than 400 appearances under Sir Alex Ferguson on Saturday evening, is convinced a player he bought during his time in charge at Hull will come good again.