Marcus Rashford is out of Manchester United’s trip to the Amex.

But captain Harry Maguire will be fit to make the trip and could face Albion in tomorrow's Premier League contest (5.30pm).

Interim United manager Ralf Rangnick said Rashford, who scored a fine goal at the Amex last season, has bronchitis while Eric Bailly will also be out with a back problem.

Maguire, who had been out with a knee problem, is back in training although Rangnick did not commit to putting a player whose recent performances have been criticised into his starting line-up.

“Harry is back in training,” Rangnick said. “He trained the whole week since the second day after the Brentford game so he will be available for tomorrow and part of the group.

“(If he starts) is a decision I have to take after training today.

"I don’t want to tell our opponents the make-up of the team but he will definitely be part of the group.”