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Louis van Gaal: There are no injuries from the international games


Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says there are no injury concerns after the international break.

The Red Devils face West Bromwich Albion on Monday night and the Dutchman is determined to get all three points from The Hawthorns.

"West Brom are very difficult to beat, especially at their home," van Gaal said during Friday's press conference.

"But we have to start with a victory after the international break.

"I have confidence in my players and that's important, but it's more important they have confidence in the manager and staff.

"We have four players injured now, and that is good!

"This morning, we didn't need any players from the second team and that is a plus. I am very happy because there are no injuries from the international games. I think we're in a good way.

"The players who are recovering are not able to play. We have to wait and see for the line up. On Monday you will see."

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