Its the match you’ve all been waiting for as Man Utd take on arch rivals Liverpool in the second leg of the Europa League tonight (KO 20:05).
The atmosphere is sure to be electric at Old Trafford and with everything to play for now looks like a great opportunity to take advantage with Bet365, who report they have live feed and in play on the game tonight. Its also possible to pick up £50 to use during the game.
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Manchester United have it all to do if they are continue their quest to add the Europa League to their trophy cabinet. The Red Devils face old rivals Liverpool in the last 16 second leg looking to overcome a 2-0 first leg deficit.
The result could have been even greater had it not being for the performance of David de Gea. The Spanish stopper made a number of big saves to keep his side in the game and defender Chris Smalling believes his side can build on that performance.
“It was very doom and gloom but we didn’t have a lot of time to dwell on our mistakes at Anfield,” he said. “It was about getting our heads right very quickly and now we turn out attention back to Liverpool. We’ve got two massive games now [Manchester Derby on Sunday] and, more often than not, we turn up in those big games.”
The key thing for Smalling and Co. will not to concede a goal, something Reds midfielder Emre Can is hopeful his side can provide.
A goal for Liverpool would require Manchester scoring four goals to qualify and the German midfielder wants his team-mates to continue the attacking form they showed in the first leg.
“We have to keep going like in the first game,” he told the club’s website. “We have to press and we have to play to win the game.
“Of course, we have to try and score again. We don’t want to defend for 90 minutes.
“We want to go to the quarter-final, we want to win this competition. We have played a lot of games in it already. It is very important to us.”
Liverpool will be without Lucas Levia although Martin Skrtel could be involved after an appearance for the U21 side while United will be without Wayne Rooney (knee). Bastian Schweinsteiger is available after a substitute appearance against West Ham while Antonio Valencia and Juan Mata are also in contention.
It looks like a difficult ask for a Manchester United side tonight whose appearance at Anfield in the first leg brough derision from all quarters, including the Old Trafford faithful.
On that performance, Liverpool look like a decent price considering Jurgen Klopp’s side have just about turned the corner and the 15/8 on the Reds adding further misery on Luis Van Gaal looks worthy.
Whatever the result however, strap yourselves in.
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