MANCHESTER UNITED host RB Leipzig in their second Champions League game of the season on Wednesday night.
And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a real selection dilemma on his hands for the game.
In last week's tournament opener, the Man Utd boss - fearful of Paris Saint-Germain's front-three - sent out a back-five.
Axel Tuanzebe thrived on the right-side of the central trio, keeping superstar Kylian Mbappe uncharacteristically quiet.
Despite his stunning performance, he was left out of the team for the 0-0 draw with Chelsea at the weekend, with Solskjaer reverting to his preferred 4-2-3-1.
Despite Leipzig posing a tough test, Solskjaer will be more confident - and, playing at home, too - is more likely to send out an attacking team.
With that in mind, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw are likely to start in front of David De Gea.
In midfield, Scott McTominay and Fred have been Solskjaer's preferred deeper pivot.
Over £130million's worth of talent in Paul Pogba and Donny van de Beek have been left on the bench, along with Nemanja Matic.
Bruno Fernandes will surely continue in his No10 role.
Anthony Martial is allowed to play, with his suspension purely domestic.
However, Edinson Cavani will be hoping to make his first start for the club having nearly scored with his first touch against Chelsea.
Marcus Rashford will likely start on the left wing, with Juan Mata, Daniel James and Mason Greenwood vying for the right spot.
Should Solskjaer opt to go with his 3-4-3 /5-2-3 formation, Tuanzebe would surely slot in alongside Lindelof and Maguire.
Wan-Bissaka would push forward to right-wing-back, with Alex Telles likely to be preferred to Shaw in this formation.
The United chief may opt for a more attacking midfield with five defenders in the team - offering the likes of Pogba and Van de Beek hope.
Odion Ighalo will also be hoping to feature, but is way down the list of striking talent at Old Trafford this season.
Man Utd host RB Leipzig at Old Trafford on Wednesday October 28, with kick-off 8pm.