David Moyes takes control of Manchester United for the second time in July 20's preseason match against an A-League All Stars team that will be confident of victory in front of the ANZ Stadium crowd.
The Red Devils suffered a 1-0 defeat to the Singha All-Stars in their first match of the Asia and Australia tour. Moyes opted to give youth a chance in the opening encounter and is sure to provide some of the club's developing talents plenty of time against the Australian outfit.
Which players should you keep an eye out for? Read on to find out.
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Adnan Januzaj showed genuine class during United's opening tour game. He was hungry for the ball, looked to advance possession with intricate passing and showed great energy across the pitch.
The starlet highlighted his technical skill and should have netted an opening goal with a side-footed volley from inside the box.
Many United fans have wished to see more of the exciting 18-year-old since he signed in 2011. Moyes is more than likely to provide him with significant game time after he impressed in the first encounter of the tour.
Fabio needs to quickly impress Moyes.
The Brazilian left-back is currently the third choice behind Patrice Evra and Alexander Buttner, having spent last season on loan with a relegated Queens Park Rangers side. Although the popular defender performed well on a number occasions at Loftus Road, his United career continues to stall.
The 23-year-old's twin brother, Rafael, has proven himself to the Old Trafford faithful. Fabio remains a year behind on his development and must impress during the 2013/14 season.
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Fabio's hard work begins now.
Ben Amos hasn't received many chances to keep goal for Manchester United, but he did himself no harm with a decent display against the Singha All-Stars.
The 23-year-old made a stunning one-handed save to keep United in the game and looked dominant between the posts. A string of decent performances could see him overtake Anders Lindegaard as David de Gea's understudy.
Amos made 19 appearances for Hull last season and is ready to begin asserting himself at Old Trafford.
United fans have waited a long time to see Wilfried Zaha in a red shirt.
The former Crystal Palace star provided a real spark when he came on against the Singha All-Stars. His direct dribbling skills and close control troubled the side from Thailand, as the 20-year-old injected a boost of life into an otherwise bumbling display.
Zaha crashed a shot off the post and was unlucky not to open his goalscoring account on his debut.
Moyes confirmed to Sky Sports that Zaha will be given a chance at Old Trafford next season, meaning preseason performances are extremely important for the youngster's confidence.
Danny Welbeck is an established Manchester United player, but he is entering a vital period in his career. The 22-year-old scored just two goals in 34 appearances last season and must start finishing his chances.
According to Sky Sports, Wayne Rooney is currently unsettled and drawing major interest from Chelsea, so now is the perfect time for Welbeck to step up and stake his claim as a first-choice forward in Moyes' developing squad.
He has pace, strength and huge bursts of energy. Right now, Welbeck's quality doesn't match the effort he puts in. A few goals during preseason could work wonders.
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