Manchester United vs Granada live Stream UEFA Europa League Quarter final 2021

Manchester United vs Granada
Manchester United vs Granada

Manchester United vs Granada live Stream UEFA Europa League Quarter final 2021 On Thursday 15 April watch online the Match football of the Quarter final UEFA Europa League 2021 Championship between the Manchester United vs Granada. As per Fixture of Quarter final UEFA Europa League Match of Manchester United vs Granada will be schedule to starts on 15 April.

Manchester United vs Granada

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Date: Thursday, April 15
Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Old Trafford — Manchester, England
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Manchester United vs Granada live Date, time and venue

Manchester United vs Granada is scheduled for an 8pm BST kick-off tonight – Thursday, April 15, 2021. The match will be held behind closed doors at Old Trafford due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions.

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Manchester United vs Granada team news

Marcus Rashford is an injury doubt. The 23-year-old missed training on Wednesday with an ongoing foot/ankle issue, but Solskjaer has his “fingers crossed” he will be available. Daniel James is back after missing the Tottenham match, but Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Scott McTominay are suspended.

Anthony Martial and Phil Jones remain out, while Eric Bailly is unavailable despite returning to Manchester following a recent positive Covid-19 test. United have added 18-year-old Will Fish to their Europa League squad.

Man. United: The Red Devils will look to show attacking intent from the beginning and put this away early. If United score twice, Granada will need five, essentially ending the tie before the final whistle. While Granada have some technical ability in the middle, United should be able to dominate the ball and have this game in the books by half time.

Granada: Tricky tie here. They’ll feel good about United being without the likes of Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay, perhaps making opportunities in attack a bit more frequent. But, they have to score the first goal in this tie to really get back into it. Just one goal conceded in the first half will likely be too much to overcome for a team that deploys 35-year-old Roberto Soldado at striker.