Jose Mourinho makes big Manchester United threat as fixture schedule piles up

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United are now on an 11-game unbeaten run but find themselves a point behind Manchester City in the race to finish in the top four.

Ashley Young said in an interview with MUTV: "I think there were a lot of exhausted legs in the second half, but there are still a lot of points to play for".

"A lot of people have been talking about fourth spot in the league but I thought we could go even higher than that". "We're professional and we need to fight right until the end", he said.

And now Mourinho admits he could be forced to play the youth side in the final game of the season if United reach the Europa League final.

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Marouane Fellaini is serving a domestic ban but will be available for the game in Vigo, Paul Pogba and Juan Mata are set to return, but Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly joined the injured list against Swansea.

"As a team, get together, analyse the game and then move on from this. Getting the injuries isn't ideal, but we have to keep plugging away".

"We have to recover and we have another game to look forward to".

"We have plenty of incentive to get ourselves up for the Europa League semi-final and a chance to get to the final".

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GABRIEL Jesus admitted his best was yet to come after keeping Manchester City's Champions League bid on track with a late equaliser in the 2-2 draw with Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium.

"We said that last week against [Crystal] Palace but you would expect them to win".

Arsenal's devastating defeat to Tottenham yesterday may have made the cancellation of St Totteringham's Day official, but the two draws by the Manchester sides mean that we are far from out of the race for the Champions League places.

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