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Clearly, the Norwich’s 1-0 reverse at home to Everton on Wednesday evening was another huge blow to the Canaries’ League survival hopes
And Although City can push their relegation woes to one side this week with the welcome distraction of an FA Cup quarter final.
Norwich’s German coach faces a selection dilemma of sorts this weekend however. With a six-point gap between the Canaries and safety still breachable
Farke will need to decide whether it’s worth making wholesale changes for the FA Cup to keep his players fresh for their league responsibilities
Although his decision to rest Emiliano Buendia, Todd Cantwell and Teemu Pukki in midweek suggests the Canaries should be at full strength.
With Premier League fixtures to come against three of the current bottom six between now and the end of the season
Norwich’s destiny could still be in their hands, however further FA Cup progress and the extra fixtures that could bring would likely stretch City’s resources thin.
Man Utd meanwhile, warmed up for their quarter final tussle with a fine 3-0 win at home to Sheffield United on Wednesday
French forward Martial helped himself to a sublime hattrick, and the approach play between him, Rashford, Pogba and Bruno Fernandes was excellent throughout.
The win also provided United with their 10th clean sheet in 13 outings, and with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side looking strong at both ends of the pitch
Manchester United played some scintillating football on Wednesday evening on their way to dismantling one of the League’s most robust defensive units in Sheffield
And in truth, the Red Devils could have plundered double their three-goal haul had they been a little more clinical.
Even without midfield maestro Bruno Fernandes and the mercurially talented Paul Pogba in tow earlier this season
Solskjaer’s side beat City 3-1 at Carrow Road in October despite missing two spot kicks and followed that up with a 4-0 win over the same team in January
While the FA Cup provides United with one of their only chances to pick up some silverware this season
Solskjaer hinted in his pre-match press conference that he will make several changes to his usual XI on Saturday
However, Daniel Farke’s men have done exceptional well to reach the last eight of this year’s competition, coming through early round ties with Preston