Premier League giants Manchester United have been handed a big injury boost ahead of their Europa League clash with Serbian side Partizan Belgrade.
Manchester United will travel to Belgrade for the Matchday Three clash billed for Thursday night.
The Red Devils have suffered several high profile injury problems this season, and a lot of their players were affected including Three Lions of England attacker Jesse Lingard.
The Manchester United Academy graduate suffered a hamstring problem just before the international break and he has been missing in action since then.
Jesse Lingard suffered the injury during the away game at Dutch top flight side AZ Alkmaar in the Europa League some three weeks ago.
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The Englishman has recovered from the hamstring injury in order to take his place in the Europa League squad for the Partizan Belgrade game tomorrow.
Lingard sustained the injury shortly after he came on as a second-half substitute during the AZ Alkmaar game.
He missed the Newcastle United game in the Premier League just before the recently concluded international break.
Manchester United were beaten 1-0 by the Magpies courtesy the second-half strike from Matty Longstaff on his Premier League debut.
Jesse Lingard also missed the weekend’s league game at home to leaders Liverpool which ended in a 1-1 draw.