In Seville, Real Betis Seville will soon face Manchester United; a match that is certain to attract fans from both camps. When Srdjan Jovanovic blows the opening whistle at 05:45 PM UTC, the game will be streamed live to up to 60721.
Real Betis enters this match having drawn with Villarreal 1-1 in La Liga. Real Betis had 43% possession and 6 attempts at goal, three of which were successful. Borja Iglesias was the only Real Betis player to score (38′). Villarreal’s opponents had 15 shots, four of which were successful.
Villarreal received a goal from Jeremy Pino (55′). Despite their ability to score goals, Real Betis have been having trouble keeping clean sheets recently. Real Betis has scored in five of their last six matches, but they have also conceded in five of those games.
Prior to this one, Manchester United and Southampton played to a 0-0 draw in a Premier League match. In that match, Manchester United had 47 percent possession and ten shots on goal, four of which were successful. Four of Southampton’s 18 attempts at goal were successful.
Showing their predisposition toward productive matches, objectives have been viewed upwards of multiple times in the past 6 matches in which Manchester Joined have taken to the field, making it a normal of 3.5 objectives per conflict.
From this total, opposition teams have managed 10. Putting that aside, the question now is whether or not this game will follow that pattern.
We have a tendency to believe that Real Betis won’t be able to score against this Manchester United team unless everything goes their way. They will most likely win and keep a clean sheet. When the final whistle sounds, Manchester United has won by a score of 0-1, so we are witnessing a good battle. Let’s see how it goes with this one.
Manchester United prevailed comfortably 4-1 in the first leg of their previous meeting, which took place in the previous year. Since 2005, when they beat Chelsea 1-0 in the UEFA Champions League, Real Betis have not played at home in Europe.
The last four European away games that Manchester United has played in Spain have all been won by the Red Devils. From only one of their four knockout matches in Europe, in which they lost the first leg, Real Betis has advanced.
No team in the UEFA Europa League has lost a knockout match after leading by three goals or more in the first leg since the 2013-14 season. For Manchester United, Marcus Rashford has scored 24 goals in Europe, making him just the sixth player to reach 25 goals for the club.
Betis suffered an additional injury at Old Trafford when center-back Luiz Felipe played the full 90 minutes but left the field with hamstring pain. He may not return until after the international break; Victor Ruiz should take his place.
Felipe is one of three players who won’t play on Thursday, along with Juan Cruz and long-term knee injury victim Nabil Fekir, who won’t play again this season. William Carvalho, however, is back from a La Liga ban.
Joaquin made his sixth Europa League start of the season in the first leg, but Sergio Canales’s full-strength return may force his 41-year-old compatriot out of the team. Ten Hag must still account for a plethora of injury concerns, including Anthony Martial, Donny van de Beek, and Christian Eriksen, whose absences are already known.
Casemiro’s four-game domestic ban will not affect his participation this week. At the same time, Alejandro Garnacho left Old Trafford on crutches over the weekend. The teen will now be out of action for at least a few weeks while fellow attacker Antony is ill.
Both Victor Lindelof (illness) and Marcel Sabitzer (knee) are back, but Sabitzer should definitely be considered for a spot in the engine room. Anthony Elanga may also get a rare start because Antony has been forced to stay out of the game.
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