Manchester United are looking to do something they have not managed since Sir Alex Ferguson retired – win a league game at Stoke.

It will the biggest test of Jose Mourinho’s side’s title credentials to date following wins against West Ham, Swansea and Leicester.

The Portuguese will be full of confidence after his squad came through the international break unscathed, and Luke Shaw , Marcos Rojo , Ashley Young and Zlatan Ibrahimovic remain the only absentees.

The key selection dilemma, then, will be whether to stick with Anthony Martial on the left wing or bring Marcus Rashford back into the fold after his England heroics.

Our writers have had their say on how they think United should line up below.

Stuart Mathieson

This will be the first United selection of the season that may cause Jose Mourinho a sleepless night.

United have looked solid in their opening three matches and haven’t conceded a goal. Solid enough to contain Stoke at their HQ? Why not.

An extra midfielder like Ander Herrera in place of a creative player like Juan Mata or Henrikh Mkhitaryan would be looked on as a negative move and United have been anything but negative this season.

His only decision has to be Marcus Rashford or Anthony Martial. Both are on form so toss a coin. I hope it lands on Rashford’s side.