United conceded two late goals at Old Trafford last week in the first quarter-final meeting, which means the score is level at 2-2 ahead of the clash at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium. Sevilla have a strong record in the competition and have won the Europa League six times since 2006, while they also have a squad experienced at progressing from two-legged ties.
The team have struggled this season, but there’s been an improvement in recent weeks under new manager Jose Luis Mendilibar, who has not lost in any of his four matches in charge.
In addition to United’s extensive injury list, it is looking like an increasingly tough match. The Red Devils were without 10 players for Sunday’s win over Nottingham Forest following a spate of recent injuries.
However, there was some good news on Wednesday as Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, Marcel Sabitzer and Marcus Rashford returned to training. It is unclear how fit the quartet are, but Ten Hag said in his pre-match press conference that they are available to play some role in Seville.
With that in mind, we’ve gone through every injury, fitness and suspension concern ahead of the quarter-final second leg.