Real Betis vs Man Utd LIVE: Red Devils look to seal Europa League last-8 spot after first leg destruction – latest | The Sun
MANCHESTER UNITED will be determined to put Sunday's disappointment against Southampton behind them in their Europa League last-16 second leg against Real Betis TONIGHT.
The Red Devils ran riot at Old Trafford – and red-hot Marcus Rashford got himself on the scoresheet once again.
But United still need to keep their concentration as European competitions are known for throwing up incredible comebacks.
- Kick-off time: 5:45pm GMT
- Live stream: BT Sport website or app
- TV channel: BT Sport 1
- Betis XI: To follow
- Man Utd XI: To follow
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- Nyle Smith
What are the odds?
- Real Betis to win 13/5
- Draw 12/5
- Man Utd to win 1/1
*Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes are correct at time of publication
Current team news
Erik Ten Hag will be delighted to have Casemiro available to him despite the Brazilan's red card offence against Southampton.
However, Alejandro Garnacho (ankle) is out for the remainder of the season and Victor Lindelof (ill) could miss out.
While Anthony Martial will still need to be assessed despite returning to full training.
Elsewhere, Manuel Pellegrini is without long-term absentees Nabil Fekir and JohnJuan Cruz.
But William Carvalho is back from his La Liga ban.
Can Caemiro play?
Casemiro received a straight red card for a reckless challenge on Southampton midfielder Carlos Alcaraz last weekend.
The midfielder was initially only shown a yellow card by referee Anthony Taylor, but he changed the decision to a red after consulting the VAR monitor.
And as a result, the Brazilian will miss FOUR of United's upcoming matches due to it being his second red card of the season.
However, Casemiro's ban only applies to domestic competitions, not to European competitions so he CAN play.
- Nyle Smith
Wout a good finish
Wout Weghorst scored his first goal at Old Trafford in the first leg and he'll be hoping to get himself on the scoresheet tonight.
- Nyle Smith
Welcome to Real Betis vs Manchester United
Manchester United return to Europa League action against Real Betis and they have one foot firmly in the quarter-finals… but stranger things have happened in football.
Goals from Marcus Rashford, Antony, Bruno Fernandes and Wout Weghorst saw the Red Devils run riot at Old Trafford.
And Erik ten Hag was able to breathe a huge sigh of relief as his side went into the match off the back of a 7-0 hammering by Liverpool.
With this game pretty much wrapped up, United will certainly have one eye on this Friday's Europa League quarter-final draw where there are no restrictions from them drawing anyone.
However, there have been some incredible European comebacks over the years so the Red Devils will need to be focused on the job at hand tonight.
Stay tuned as coming up we'll have any breaking news, injury updates and starting line-ups all before kick-off at 5:45pm GMT
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