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Manchester United are hopeful that forward Marcus Rashford will be fit for Friday's FA Cup tie against Arsenal on Friday despite suffering a knee injury in the win over Brighton, sources have told ESPN FC.
Rashford, 21, scored in the 2-1 victory at Old Trafford on his 150th United appearance but fell awkwardly after a challenge from Martin Montoya in the second half.
After reporting stiffness in his knee, he will be assessed by United medical staff at Carrington before a decision is made about whether…