Three Manchester United players could be on international duty tonight

Three Manchester United players could be on international duty tonight

As many as three Manchester United players could be in action for their respective countries tonight and one could come up against former United boss Ralf Rangnick.

Man United defensive midfielder Scott McTominay impressed as Scotland thrashed Ukraine 3-0 in the UEFA Nations League group stage. The 25-year-old played 90 minutes as the Scots sit at the top of their group.

Tonight, the likes of Raphael Varane, Tyrell Malacia and Christian Eriksen could be the next Manchester United stars to represent their countries in the ongoing UEFA Nations League campaign.

France vs Austria [Stade de France]

Les Blues will host Austria in France tonight and Raphael Varane has a chance to come up against his former Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick.

The former Real Madrid defender has yet another chance to prove his worth to the German boss, after he failed to impress him and pocket enough playing time under the former RB Leipzig boss at Old Trafford. The game will kick-off @ 19:45.

Poland vs Netherlands [National Stadium Warsaw]

Tyrell Malacia, who has started all of Manchester United’s last six matches in all competitions, will look to maintain his momentum when the Netherlands play visitors to Poland tonight.

Christian Eriksen Manchester United Tyrell Malacia Ralf Rangnick Raphael Varane

The former Feyenoord star has got the nod ahead of Luke Shaw this season at Old Trafford but he would rather look forward in doing the same in the national team.

Manchester United fans will have to be versatile as both fixtures are kicking off at the same time.

Croatia vs Denmark [Stadion Maksimir]

Manchester United new signing Christian Eriksen could be in action when Denmark take on Croatia away from home.

It’s a battle for the top spot and a win for Luka Modric’s side would see Croatia leapfrog Denmark to the top spot but Eriksen has a chance to help his country either to extend the gap at the top with a win or leave things the same with a draw.

Christian Eriksen has been a revelation since moving to Old Trafford as a free agent and loads of United fans wouldn’t hesitate to watch him come up against the 2018 World Cup runners-up.

The game starts at the same time as both fixtures above. France and Austria are in the same group as Croatia and Denmark.

France have 2 points from their opening four games and they obviously have a slim chance of qualifying for the knockout stage.