Man United vs Sevilla is up and running today.
Definitely, the striker’s absence is potentially a huge blow for the Red Devils
And who are on a run of nine victories in their last dozen outings at all venues.
Now therefore they have fond memories of facing teams from Spain this season though
With having already knocked Barcelona and Real Betis out of the Europa League over the last few weeks.
Meanwhile Manchester United will be looking to take all three points today
It’s no news that Old Trafford has been a happy hunting ground for Manchester United this season, winning 21 of their last 24 home matches, 15 of them by at least two goals.
Then surely that bodes well for Eddie Howe’s side, who are sweating over the fitness of Marcus Rashford after he picked up a groin injury during Saturday’s 2-0 defeat of Everton.
Possible Sevilla end wretched away form?
This game is actually a re-run of the 2019/20 Europa League semi-final, which Sevilla won 2-1 despite going 1-0 down to an early penalty from Bruno Fernandes.
Now under the guidance of Jose Luis Mendilibar after sacking Jorge Sampaoli last month, the Spanish outfit require a huge upturn in their away form if they are to pull off a similar result.
And now they head to Old Trafford on a run of five defeats from their last seven away matches, with four of those losses coming by at least a two goal margin.
Surely yes, that form is replicated in Europe for ‘Los Nervionenses’, who have lost thee of their five fixtures on the road across the Champions League and Europa League this season, drawing the other two.