Roy Hodgson confirmed that Ashley Young will not be included in the end of season internationals against the Republic of Ireland and Slovenia as the Manchester United winger has a "slight medical issue" which will be addressed over the summer.
Chris Smalling and Phil Jones have forged an effective partnership at the center of Manchester United's defense over the second half of the season.
Marcos Rojo finally returned from injury to start for Manchester United against Arsenal.
Marouane Fellaini barely registered with his fantasy performance against Arsenal but the numbers don't give him his due for the result.
David De Gea may have played his last game for Manchester United after injury forced the goalkeeper off during yesterday’s draw with Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Angel di Maria has been ruled available for Manchester United's Sunday match with Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Robin van Persie and Angel di Maria have both recovered sufficiently to be available to Louis Van Gaal for Sunday's visit of Arsenal to Old Trafford.
After early Friday reports indicating that Wayne Rooney and Luke Shaw were likely to be available for the Arsenal match on Sunday, both players have been ruled out.
Angel di Maria was a late scratch for Manchester United against Crystal Palace and it appears he will miss out again against Arsenal.
Robin van Persie was ruled out last weekend with an illness that he apparently hasn't recovered from because Manchester United have declared him doubtful for the Week 37 reunion with Arsenal.
Marcos Rojo will likely miss out on a fourth consecutive match as his nightmare season continues at Old Trafford.
Luke Shaw's injury issues continued last weekend as he came off early in the win over Crystal Palace and he has failed to shake off the injury in the intervening week.
Wayne Rooney is expected to recover from the injury he suffered last weekend in time to feature for Manchester United against Arsenal at Old Trafford on Sunday.
David De Gea made a critical save from a Glenn Murray attempt to keep United level and provide the platform for them to go on and win 2-1 at Selhurst Park.
Ashley Young has been slumping but he bounced back as Manchester United beat Crystal Palace 2-1 with the winner coming from a Young assist.