Sevilla vs Man Utd LIVE: Ten Hag's side travel to Spain in HUGE Europa League quarter-final second leg tie – stream, TV | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED must do something they have never done before to reach the Europa League semi-finals – beat Sevilla TONIGHT.

They looked well on course to end their miserable record against the Spanish side when Marcel Sabitzer's brace put them 2-0 up last week at Old Trafford, before two late own goals saw the match end in a draw.

A semi-final against Juventus or Sporting awaits for the winner in the final four.

And the headline team news is that Marcus Rashford has returned to the squad, but will start from the bench.

  • Kick-off: 8pm
  • TV channel: BT Sport 1
  • Live stream: BT Sport website and app
  • Man Utd XI: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof , Maguire, Dalot; Eriksen, Casemiro; Sancho, Sabitzer, Antony; Martial
  • Sevilla XI: Bono; Navas, Bade, Marcao, Acuna; Gudelj, Fernando; Ocampos, Rakitic, Lamela; En-Nesyri


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  • Kieran Davies

    ten Hag with chance to become messiah

    We have heard the phrase from Rio Ferdinand "United are back" all too often over the last few years.

    More often than not, it all ends in tears.

    If Erik ten Hag can win the Europa League this season, to add to their Carabao Cup success, two trophies in the bag would be a good start to his Man Utd tenure.

    Credit: Getty
  • Kieran Davies

    Sevilla subs:

    1. Dmitrovic, 3. Telles, 4. Rekik, 7. Suso, 12. Mir, 14. Nianzou, 21. Torres, 24. Gomez, 25. Gil, 31. Flores

  • Kieran Davies

    Sevilla starting XI:

    José Luis Mendilibar makes four changes from the side that managed to get a draw at Old Trafford last week.

    13. Bono, 16. Navas, 44. Bade, 23. Marcao, 19. Acuna, 6. Gudelj, 20. Fernando, 10. Rakitic, 55. Ocampos, 17. Lamela, 15. En-Nesyri

    Credit: @SevillaFC_ENG
  • Kieran Davies

    Man Utd subs:

    31. Butland, 50. Vitek, 12. Malacia, 23. Shaw, 17. Fred, 28. Pellistri, 55. Iqbal, 36. Elanga, 10. Rashford, 27. Weghorst

  • Kieran Davies

    Man Utd starting XI:

    Erik ten Hag welcomes back Marcel Sabitzer to the starting line-up after he missed the Nottingham Forest game, suffering an injury in the warm-up.

    1. de Gea, 29. Wan-Bissaka, 2. Lindelof, 5. Maguire, 20. Dalot, 14. Eriksen, 18. Casemiro, 15. Sabitzer, 21. Antony, 9. Martial, 25. Sancho

    Credit: @ManUtd
  • Kieran Davies

    Spanish fans looking to intimidate visitors

    Sevilla fans are looking to create an atmosphere in Spain this evening that will put Man Utd under intense pressure.

    In and around the ground, they are making themselves heard and creating a wall of noise, flares and drums.

    If Erik ten Hag's side were hoping for an easy evening, Sevilla's fans have certainly not read the script.

  • Kieran Davies

    Midfield machine missing key component

    On the weekend against Nottingham Forest, Christian Eriksen and Bruno Fernandes commanded the game.

    With the Portuguese midfielder suspended for this game, United have a big hole to fill.

    While Fred may well step in to replace him, they will lose an element of creativity with Fernandes out.

  • Kieran Davies

    Dutchman expecting victory in Spain

    The Man Utd manager has spoke about confidence going into tonight’s second leg:

    Defensively we are good, we have the most clean sheets in the Premier League so our organisation all over the pitch is good and attacking we should have scored more goals over the season. I am confident, especially now we have all the players on board, we score every game.

    Erik ten HagMan Utd

  • Kieran Davies

    Fans crave major honours

    Despite major investment in the transfer window, United only have a Carabao Cup to show for their massive outlay.

    Since the departure of Alex Ferguson, the Red Devils’ supporters have seen five different managers at the helm but no silverware in the trophy cabinet. Victory this evening would see them taken a major step towards a final in the Puskas Arena.

  • Kieran Davies

    United’s task made harder by collapse

    Everything seemed to be going according to plan at Old Trafford in the first leg.

    Erik ten Hag’s side were two goals to the good before a couple of own goals gave Seville a draw in a game where they had not troubled David De Gea’s goal at all.

    Losing both Varane and Martinez to injury was the icing on the rather bitter cake for the Red Devils.

  • Kieran Davies

    Welcome to Sevilla vs Man Utd

    Sevilla welcome Man Utd to Estadio Ramon this evening in the second leg of this Europa League quarter-final.

    Having secured a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford in the first leg, the Spanish outfit will be considered favourites to progress this evening.

    Gonzalo Montiel will miss the game this evening after picking up a yellow card at Old Trafford last week as he serves a suspension.

    Pape Gueye is ineligible to play in the Europa League, while Joan Jordan will be missing due to a muscular issue he picked up on the weekend.

    Sevilla will have the majority of the starting line-up from the first leg starting this evening after resting Yassine Bounou, Tanguy Nianzou, Oliver Torres and Ivan Rakitic on the weekend.

    Erik Lamela started at centre-forward in the first leg but it is expected that Youssef En-Nesyri will start for the Spanish side this evening.

    As for Man Utd, Bruno Fernandes is suspended due to a yellow card he received in the first leg.

    Alejandro Garnacho, Tom Heaton, Scott McTominay, Donny van de Beek, Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez are all out due to injury.

    However, Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw, Marcel Sabitzer and Tyrell Malacia have all travelled with the squad to Spain.

    Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof are expected to continue at centre back, while Fred is expected to come in to partner Casemiro and Christian Eriksen.

    Marcus Rashford may not be rushed back in this game and could feature from the bench, while Jadon Sancho and Antony are expected to start alongside Anthony Martial up top.

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