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Man Utd vs Feyenoord Live Stream, Team News from Europa League Clash at Old Trafford

Manchester United will look to get back to winning ways against Feyenoord tonight in the latest round of the Europa League (KO 20:05).

Popular UK brand Bet365 report they have a live streaming product on a number of football matches this season, enabling punters and fans to watch all the action online.

Manchester United will be out to avenge their September defeat to Feyenoord when the two sides meet at Old Trafford on Thursday.

Tony Vilhena’s goal proved to be the difference in Holland as Feyenoord ran out 1-0 winners; the win plus subsequent results for both sides means that the Dutch side will head into the clash, a point and a place ahead of their rivals.

United meanwhile sit third in the group and according to their manager need four points to qualify.

With that in mind, Jose Mourinho has vowed to name a strong line up as he looks to home advantage to secure at least three of the required tally.

Speaking ahead of the game, Mourinho told Manchester United’s official TV Channel Feyenoord is a game that has become knockout because we need four points to qualify, which is one victory and one draw this means we will pay for a defeat,

“I want to give the team the best chance to win the match, so I select a strong team. We want to secure qualification to the knockout stages in 2017, but obviously I will need to rest players in order to keep them fresh for the next two matches against West Ham.

“They are both important games, but we will play with a strong team against Feyenoord”

Among those set to feature is Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

The former Borussia Dortmund man has has made only one appearance since his full debut against Manchester City in September and missed out on the match day squad against Arsenal.

Another set to be included is Luke Shaw.

The left back has missed the last fortnight but returns tonight. Eric Bailly (knee) and Chris Smalling (toe) both miss out through injury, while Marouane Fellaini is a minor doubt due to a calf injury.

The Red Devils are heavily backed to win tonight at a shortish looking 1/3, while those who are expecting the Dutch side to get a result can back Feyenoord at a value price of 11/1.

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