Manchester United kick off the midweek action sat 4th in the Premier League, two points clear of Tottenham who have played one more game than the Red Devils.
United’s last outing saw them beat Wolves 1-0 thanks to a goal from substitute Marcus Rashford.
Predicted Manchester United line-up vs Bournemouth
Manchester United team news vs Bournemouth
World Cup winner Lisandro Martinez was also not involved on Tuesday night vs Forest or on Saturday vs Wolves, but the Argentinian returned to first-team training at Carrington on Wednesday and is expected to be back involved on Tuesday this week.
Elsewhere, United do not have too many major concerns ahead of Bournemouth.
Jadon Sancho (fitness) and Scott McTominay (illness) remain doubts for the 20-time English champions, but their XI is expected to be similar to the one we saw vs Wolves, with Rashford likely in from the off over Garnacho.