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Bayern Munich predicted line-up vs Manchester United as Joshua Kimmich starts

Thomas Tuchel must decide whether to stick or twist with his Bayern Munich starting XI when the German giants get down to business against Manchester United on Wednesday night (8pm).

Bayern have conquered Europe six times in their history and last won the Champions League during the Covid-hit 2019/2020 season. United are returning to the marquee competition this campaign.

During the build-up, both sides have been hampered by injury problems, although the two managers - Tuchel and Erik ten Hag - have received a timely boost for their impending Group A showdown. Bayern only have one definite absentee and that's Manuel Neuer (leg) with a long-term problem.

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Summer signing Raphael Guerreiro, Joshua Kimmich and Kingsley Coman all trained on Tuesday morning. Kimmich was a particular concern for the Bundesliga champions after being withdrawn from the action 60 minutes into the draw vs Bayer Leverkusen at the Allianz Arena on Friday night.

However, with Tuchel explaining that decision as a pre-planned measure, the 28-year-old midfielder should be fit and firing to keep his place alongside Leon Goretzka in the Bayern engine room. Coman, too, might come into the line-up after missing the Leverkusen game.

While seeing Guerreiro with his boots laced up is another plus point, any involvement the Portuguese might have will be fairly limited. The defender has yet to feature for his new club since tearing a calf shortly after joining them from Bundesliga rivals Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer this summer.

Manchester United are back in the Champions League after an impressive first season in charge for