Manchester United have just one more day to prepare before they are back in action.
United will return to Old Trafford on Tuesday as they begin their defence of the Carabao Cup against Crystal Palace. United defeated Newcastle in February's final to end their six-and-a-half-year wait to finally win a trophy.
United continue to suffer from mounting injuries and Sergio Reguilon became the latest casualty as he was taken off with a knock during the win over Burnley. It's not yet clear if he will miss any action but Erik ten Hag could provide an update in his press conference.
There has been a boost elsewhere as Raphael Varane and Sofyan Amrabat returned to the field at Turf Moor. Amrabat made his debut off the bench and could make his first start on Tuesday.
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Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has spoken for the first time to confirm that he was unharmed after being involved in a car crash outside the club's training ground on Saturday night.
Rashford, who played 90 minutes for United during the 1-0 win against Burnley in the Premier League on Saturday night, was later involved in a traffic collision outside Carrington as he left the complex. Footage showing the smash circulated on social media and the player's Rolls Royce was spotted with significant damage.
Police cordoned off Manchester Road, at around midnight, following the incident. A lamppost was, also, topped in the crash, but Rashford was unhurt.
Here's what he said.
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