Luke Shaw has returned to the Manchester United squad
Manchester United face Hull at the KCOM tonight hoping to make the first cup final of the season.
They lead 2-0 from the first leg and are expected to cruise through to face Southampton at Wembley.
And there is finally a return for Shaw.
Shaw has been struggling with an injury and his confidence after returning from last year’s leg break.
Luke Shaw returns to Manchester United training
Fri, May 20, 2016
Manchester United defender Luke Shaw returns to first-team training ahead of the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace, having been out of action since September
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He has not featured since 30 November in the 4-1 win over West Ham in the EFL Cup.
His last league appearance was a month before that against Burnley.
Shaw has so far failed to convince Jose Mourinho that he can be the club’s first choice left back, but is determined to overcome his problems and make it at Old Trafford.
Martial, however, has been left out of the squad again, as he was for the weekend’s draw with Stoke.
Martial started against Liverpool on 15 January but was subbed after 65 minutes and has since been dropped.
The France star has struggled to replicate the form of last year after his big money move from Monaco.
Anthony Martial has been left out of the Manchester United squad again
Mourinho admitted if he picked Martial it would kill the other players who are fighting for a place in the side.
"I don't think Martial has lost his focus," he said yesterday. "I just think he didn't catch with both hands a big opportunity he had.
"When we spoke about why Memphis Depay was sold we spoke about it being the only position where we have over booking. And we have still five players for these positions. I cannot give to one player chances to play and kill the others. I think I did that [kill] with Memphis by considering him the last option and by not giving him any option.
"With the other guys, I think even you would be here now asking me why Juan Mata is not playing or Marcus Rashford doesn't have a chance or why Jesse Lingard, a national team player, is not playing.
"So this is the reality. We have Rashford, Lingard, Mata, Mkhitaryan and Martial and I cannot give to the same player chance after chance after chance and not considering the effort of the others.
"Anthony played against Liverpool, a big match for us and for him too, and then the next game I went to Mata and Mkhitaryan. This is the situation.
"When I have five players for two positions, I have to praise the good performance and for that I have to take people out of the team. That's simple."