The battle for Grealish, seriously though we should be able to beat them convincingly (or at least should). I do rate McGinn and we know what Grealish is but we are a vastly superior side and have been the side in form, we just need to make sure we don't get complacent. Bailly and Maguire is the better CB partnership in my opinion anyway so I don't think you see a situation where both Maguire and Lindelof are caught flat footed again (hopefully), provided Bailly doesn't have a brain fade.
I actually hope Greenwood starts this game up top at the #9 actually with Martial or Rashford on the bench to begin with James on the right to see what he can do (and the fact that he excels against lower end squads when he can run at defences).
Villa i'd imagine are going to fight tooth and nail given they need to get some results to not only stay up but to avoid their entire squad being gutted (if they stay up, they lose only Grealish and maybe McGinn, if they lose, they basically are stuffed and are going to have to start again).
Classy win, Grealish was completely ineffectual which isn't too much of an issue (we targeted him) but it does go to show you, he's still a significant step down from Bruno and Pogba in the sense that if we aren't playing those two and we just have Grealish with like Fred and McTominay then opposition can shut out Grealish (then again i kind of hope we just offer 70 mill for Havertz or just go out and get VDB who I think is a better overall footballer, or even have a look at Szobozlai from Leipzig).
Also on our performance, loved the versatility that Rashford showed with his creativity (a side we don't neccesarily see that often). Finally, after long last we're seeing Shaw going up that wing and becoming more and more like that young LB we bought from Southampton and the one who was our best player around 2015-16 and of course, What else can we say about Greenwood, he is an absolute superstar, long may he reign as united's #9. Martial despite not scoring was absolutely tireless and brilliant as well, desperately unlucky to not score but his face when he got substituted has meme potential honestly. I think if he keeps on working into those positions he'll get the goals.
Grealish consistently holds his own in the premier league, also has the weight of carrying a full team on his shoulders all season and then being sat on last night. He would still raise the standard of our squad considerably and has growth room. Would be a lot happier to rotate and fill than most others, there's a lot going in his favour for signing him. This all hinges on Pogba of course, and he's playing a waiting game to see if we qualify for UCL. It's all up in the air atm.
We are looking good when we click, what with Mason and whatnot.