Man United hopeful Paul Pogba will face Tottenham after injury sources

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Lukaku now has three goals in his last three games. The other four victories came in the league.

Lukaku, 25, has refound his form after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over from Jose Mourinho, notching up three goals in three games.

Solskjaer has done very well so far, but it is still early days, and moreover United haven't really come up against a good side so far.

"I hope it's not going to be too bad - it's the same hamstring that he's been having trouble with, but we'll see", said Solskjaer.

The Red Devils' interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has provided an updated regarding the team that could feature in the contest (Official Website).

"I thought it was a professional performance away against Newcastle - and today, it's never easy when you make nine changes, but we still won all of them".

Solskjaer is focusing on FA Cup progress against Reading, who are second from bottom of the Championship.

Victor Lindelof has struggled to live up to his price tag since arriving in England but has started to look like a new player in recent weeks under the guidance of Solskjaer.

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"And of course, it's about trophies - if you can get to the final of the FA Cup and get a trophy".

Cup holders Chelsea are in action later at home to Nottingham Forest while Arsenal visit Blackpool.

Paul Pogba is unlikely to participate after Jonjo Shelvey's controversial challenge left the Frenchman in a spot of bother on Wednesday night. He couldn't mark the occasion with a goal - he had a penalty saved in the 30th minute after a stuttered run-up.

When Danny Loader broke in on goal and rounded Romero, the 18-year-old's nerves appeared to get the better of him and the United goalkeeper was able to tackle.

"He's been out a month now, he's had 20 minutes against Newcastle, half an hour maybe".

"I'm happy with squad I've got", the 45-year-old said.

"I think the more games you play, you mentioned he's played almost 150 games now, I think having a manager who's been a striker, who's been in those positions can speak to you in a way I guess maybe others haven't been able to. It's just a lack of class".

Against Reading, the Belgian was giving his first start and capped it without another goal just before half time, a blow to a Reading side who would have fancied their chances at 1-0 down.