In the injury update for Manchester United, the trio of Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, and Amad are making progress in their recovery, but none are expected to return before the upcoming international break.
Manager Erik ten Hag disclosed that Lisandro Martinez and Casemiro won’t be available until after Christmas.
The sole absentee for the Red Devils remains Jadon Sancho, who continues to train with the youth side following his public criticism of the manager in September.
On the Luton side, manager Rob Edwards shared that Cauley Woodrow is ruled out due to a calf injury, expressing disappointment and hoping for a swift recovery.
Woodrow joins a list of absentees, including Mads Andersen, Reece Burke, Dan Potts, Luke Berry, Amari’i Bell, Albert-Mboyo, and Sambi Lokonga. Edwards, however, remains hopeful of having some players back after the international break.
Edwards provided a positive update on Jordan Clark, stating that the player has recovered from an ankle injury sustained in pre-season. Clark could potentially make his first Premier League appearance on Saturday.
Edwards expressed delight at having Clark back, highlighting a full week of training and the positive impact observed during sessions.
Absentees for the match include Evans, Martinez, Shaw, Malacia, Casemiro, Amad, and Sancho for United, while Andersen, Burke, Potts, Bell, Berry, Lokonga, and Woodrow are unavailable for Luton.