Sixth-placed Manchester United are unable to finish in the top four but a first win in five matches could take them above Arsenal into fifth.
Relegated Cardiff City are aiming to halt a three-match losing run and finish their campaign on a high.
Fact You Need To Know! Manchester United are unbeaten in their last eight league meetings with Cardiff, winning six since a 3-0 away defeat in November 1960.
Manchester United have given more players their Premier League debuts in the final match of the season than any other side, with 11.
Cardiff City is looking for their first ever away clean sheet against Man Utd, at the 16th attempt (W3 D6 L6).
The Red Devils have won 18 of their 26 final-day PL matches, more than any other side, and are unbeaten in all such fixtures since 2006/07.
Manchester United Team News
With several youngsters involved in first-team training this week, James Garner, Dylan Levitt, Arnau Puigmal, Tahith Chong, Angel Gomes, and Mason Greenwood were all working with the senior group on Thursday.
There’s also a chance Antonio Valencia could make a farewell appearance if he can prove he is match fit. The club captain is out of contract in the summer. However, Eric Bailly will miss our final league match and the Africa Cup of Nations as the Ivorian continues his recovery from a knee injury.
Alexis Sanchez is a doubt, as the Chilean suffered an ankle injury in last weekend’s draw against Huddersfield. Jesse Lingard could return after being absent through injury, while there are doubts over Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial.
Cardiff City Team News
The Bluebirds also have a number of players that are doubts for the match. Sol Bamba, who has been a rock in their defense this season, has been out since March with an anterior cruciate ligament injury.
Fellow defender Callum Paterson joins Bamba on the sidelines as the Scotsman recovers from an ankle problem. Joe Ralls (hamstring) and Matthew Connolly (dislocated ankle) will also miss Sunday’s game, however one player that could return is Victor Camarasa.
Cardiff’s joint-top scorer and Players’ Player of the Year suffered a dead leg early on in last week’s 3-2 defeat at home to Crystal Palace but could return for their final outing of the season.
Head – 2 – Head
Manchester United and Huddersfield Town have played 3 matches in total and in these matches, there has been 1 draw in all.
|Manchester United||Cardiff City|
|2 Wins in Total (1 H & 1 A)||Wins in Total ( H & A)|
Last 3 Recent Meetings
|Cardiff City||1-5||Manchester United|
|Manchester United||2-0||Cardiff City|
|Cardiff City||2-2||Manchester United|
Manchester United vs Cardiff City Betting Tips
Tips:- Manchester United Win
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