UCL Match Preview: Manchester United vs BSC Young Boys

Manchester United could only manage a 0-0 draw at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday, which led to Jose Mourinho questioning the heart of his players.

United have only won three of their nine home games in all competitions this season and have not won any of their last three Champions League home matches, failing to score in their last two.

United recorded a rare big win away to Young Boys in the reverse fixture earlier this season and will secure a place in the next round if they win on Tuesday and Valencia fail to beat Juventus in the group’s other game.

Young Boys are bottom of Group H with one point from four matches. They can technically still finish third but that would require beating United and Juventus, which is unlikely.

United have largely been abysmal this season but should try and use this match to get some confidence in front of goal. Anything other than a comfortable victory would heap further pressure on Mourinho. Place on today on Games on NaijaBet

Team News

Manchester United- Jose Mourinho will make wholesale changes from the side that played at the weekend after questioning the heart of his players.

Victor Lindelof faces a spell on the sidelines after suffering a muscle injury at the end of Manchester United’s 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace on Saturday.

The United manager hinted last week that Eric Bailly would get a rare start against Young Boys, while Phil Jones may also come in to give Chris Smalling a rest.

Luke Shaw missed the draw against Palace through suspension and will start on Tuesday, while Antonio Valencia could make his first United appearance in almost two months.

The likes of Fred, Alexis Sanchez and Marcus Rashford will hope to get on the pitch against Young Boys, while Sergio Romero may also get a chance in goal.

BSC Young Boys- Sekou Sanogo is suspended for Young Boys after being sent off late on against Valencia last time out in the Champions League.

Kevin Mbabu will miss the last group game if he is booked on Tuesday night.

Pedro Teixeira, Jordan Lotomba, Gregory Wüthrich and Guillaume Hoarau are all injury concerns for Young Boys ahead of their trip to Old Trafford to face Manchester United.

Leonardo Bertone and Moumi Nicolas Ngamaleu could come into the side to replace Sanogo and Hoarau, respectively.

Bet Now NaijaBet

As at the time this post Manchester United has 1.26 odd to win the match on NaijaBet while BSC Young Boys has 12.18 odd to win the match, the odd to draw the match is 5.80.

Who will win?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *