Whether most of the groundwork is laid tonight, or at Old Trafford in seven days, Solskjaer and his men are hoping for a second consecutive place in the Europa League semi-finals – and a third in five years, after our success. of 2017 in this competition.
It is worth remembering that Ajax or Roma are waiting for the winners of this meeting, but let’s not get too carried away for the moment.
First of all, we will have to see a side from Granada who have already beaten Sevilla, Valencia and Real Sociedad – among others – this season. Go you reds!
Tonight’s game kicks off at 8:00 p.m. BST and you can follow MUTV’s pre-game coverage from 6:55 p.m. BST.