Man United will be at home against Wigan Athletic for the fourth round of the FA Cup on Sunday, January 29. The tie comes three days after they play Hull in the League Cup at the same venue, so it should offer a chance for Mourinho to do some rotation to his squad.
Mourinho is however known to field strong teams in all competitions so not that many tweaks will be done to his first team. Marcus Rashford could get some minutes in this one, starting ahead of Zlatan in attack. Wayne Rooney will also see more action as he basks in the glory of his United record-breaking goal, which the manager will be hoping has brought back a new spark to his captain.
Wigan are 21st in the Championship, but will be banking on the morale that saw them run out 2-1 winners over Brentford over the weekend. Euro 2016 sensation Will Grigg will be at the apex of their attack, hoping he can once again produce an on-fire performance to help his side past the marauding giants.