Manchester United return to Europa League action this Thursday when they take on Granada at Old Trafford.
United have a 2-0 lead from the first leg, with the added advantage of away goals as well.
A professional performance should be enough to get United into the last four, continuing their run in a competition which represents the last realistic chance of silverware this season.
We’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch Granada v United on TV and online.
When is Man Utd v Granada on TV?
United v Granada will take place on Thursday 15th April 2021.
Yet another midweek game awaits United as the most hectic of seasons enters its closing weeks.
What time does Man Utd v Granada kick-off?
Man Utd v Granada will kick off at 8pm.
There are four Europa League matches on the night, which all start at the same time, including Arsenal’s second leg against Slavia Prague.
What TV channel is Man Utd v Granada on?
You can watch the buildup to the game from 7:15pm on BT Sport 2.
At 10:30pm on the same channel, you can watch highlights from all the night’s Europa League games, including Roma v Ajax with the winner facing the victor in United’s tie in the semi-finals.
How to live stream Man Utd v Granada online
BT Sport customers can live stream the game via the BT Sport app on a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets.
They can also watch it at www.bt.com/sport/watch/live-now/bt-sport-2.
Man Utd v Granada team news
Solskjaer has already confirmed that Eric Bailly will not be back in the squad for the game.
Scott McTominay, Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw are all suspended after picking up bookings in the first leg.
It would be a surprise if Phil Jones or Anthony Martial played again this season, while Axel Tuanzebe looks set to start in the absence of Bailly and Maguire.
Young defender Will Fish has been called into the Europa League squad and could be in line for a debut off the bench.
Our prediction: Man Utd v Granada
United did a very professional job in the first leg, which means that a workmanlike display here should be good enough.
There will likely be changes, which Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will hope translates into energetic performances from players keen to prove a point rather than rusty displays.
It could be a similar to the second leg against Real Sociedad in the last 32, which ended goalless, although a goal would settle any lingering nerves.
This should be a relatively stress-free evening for United, especially if they net the opening goal.
Our prediction: United 1-0 Granada
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