Manchester United and Sevilla face an unpredictable collision
The Manchester United and Sevilla teams are rebounding from scratch in the 1/8-final of the Champions League tonight at 21.45 at Old Trafford. The first match between the two opponents ended 0: 0, which signaled a fierce battle in the Dream Theater.
“The Red Devils” enter into a high-confidence match after winning the Liverpool weekend and are now leading the Champions League.
In Sevilla they have shown that they are not afraid of anyone and will be looking for a mandatory hit at Old Trafford to bring them closer to a dreamed 1/4-final.
Manchester United has been facing difficulties over the years against Spanish rivals. From the 13th clash with the Primera Division teams, the “Red Devils” continued six times and seven were eliminated.
The overall balance is also negative – 13 wins, 21 draws and 17 losses. Chance for United is Seville’s lack of success on English ground – three draws and three losses.
José Mourinho’s team is in a series of five consecutive home wins in all tournaments, though achieved with an unattractive game that does not appeal to fans. No one, however, will be angry at Mourinho if he brings United to the first 1/4-final in the Champions League since 2014.
Manchester United: De Hea, Valencia, Bai, Smoling, Young, McTomini, Matič, Mata, Linggard, Lukaku, Alexis.
Sevilla: Rico, Escudero, Langele, Kiaer, Mercado, Nonsi, Banega, Corea, Vasquez, Sarabia, Muriel.