Real Betis vs Man United LIVE! Europa League match streams, latest team news, line-ups, TV, predictions today

Manchester United take a decisive lead in their Europa League clash at Real Betis tonight. Erik ten Hag’s side, who just lost 7-0 to Liverpool, managed to beat their Spanish opponents 4-1 last week to get a foothold in the quarter-finals.

The cup competition was a major feature of ten Hag’s first season in charge. While United are a long way from a Premier League title challenge, they at least ended their trophy drought by winning the Carabao Cup last month and could yet win both the Europa League and FA Cup. That, coupled with a top-four finish, represents major progress for a team in dire straits before the Dutchman’s arrival.

Barring a complete collapse, United will be in the last eight. A potential meeting with Arsenal is mouth-watering but, before that, they need to get the job done at the Estadio Benito VillamarĂ­n. Follow the action live with the Standard Sport match blog!

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Ten Hag explained how to solve major Casemiro problem after four-game ban

Graham Poll has denied suggestions Casemiro is being unfairly targeted by Premier League referees after being sent off again for Manchester United at the weekend.

The Brazilian midfielder received his marching orders for the second time in just five weeks during the first half of Sunday’s goalless draw with relegation-battled Southampton at Old Trafford, leaving the pitch in tears and consoled by his teammates after being shown a red card right by official Anthony Taylor for a bad challenge on his Saints counterpart Carlos Alcaraz.

Casemiro will now serve a four-match domestic ban which will rule him out of the upcoming FA Cup quarter-final with Fulham, as well as other top-flight fixtures against Newcastle, Brentford and Everton.

Read the full story here!

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Guardiola insists he is a failure after Julia Roberts idol snob at Man City

Pep Guardiola has unexpectedly revealed how ‘idol’ Julia Roberts broke his heart with a preference for rivals Manchester United.

Manchester City beat RB Leipzig 7-0 on Tuesday night in a one-sided Champions League Round of 16 second-leg clash in which superstar striker Erling Haaland scored a total of five times to seal an aggregate victory of 8 -1 and easily book a spot in Friday’s Quarter-Final Draw.

Such a devastating display both collectively as a team and individually from Haaland will greatly increase the belief that City can finally end their long wait for glory in Europe’s elite club competition – the only major trophy that has continued. to escape them despite their unprecedented period of national success. during a seven-year stint under Guardiola that included four Premier League titles, the FA Cup and four League Cups.

It would be a hugely satisfying achievement for the Spaniard, who has often been criticized for not adding to the two Champions League titles he won as manager with Barcelona during his tenures at both Bayern Munich and in City.

Read Guardiola’s comments in full here!

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Who can face Manchester United in the quarter-finals of the Europa League? Possible opponents for Friday’s draw

Manchester United already have a foothold in the Europa League quarter-finals before finding out their fate in Friday’s draw.

A return trip from the round of 16 to Real Betis must be made first, but the Red Devils have built up a comfortable three-goal lead as they head to Spain.

This means their chances of being involved in the lunch ceremony from UEFA headquarters in Switzerland are high, although the same cannot be said for some of their potential opponents.

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When is the Europa League draw? Date, time, teams qualified for the quarter-finals and how to watch on TV

The Europa League quarter-final draw looms on the horizon as Arsenal and Manchester United look to book their place in the next round.

Despite being the second-tier club competition in Europe, this year’s draw could feature several heavyweights, including Juventus, Bayer Leverkusen, Roma and Sevilla.

This stage sees the draw become fully open with no restrictions on who can face whom, with the semi-finals also scheduled for this year’s Europa League climax.

When is the Europa League quarter-final draw?

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Antony ruled out of Man United’s Europa League trip to Real Betis

Antony will miss Manchester United’s trip to face Real Betis in the Europa League due to illness.

The Red Devils have named their 21-man squad for the second leg of the Round of 16 in Spain, with the Brazilian winger not included.

After missing training on Wednesday due to illness, Antony is also doubtful to face Fulham in the FA Cup quarter-finals this weekend. He has already been named in Brazil’s squad to face Morocco in a friendly later this month.

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Prediction: Betis to win, Man Utd to qualify

United may well ease off against a Betis side playing with freedom given the rather terminal nature of their qualification hopes. But, the Spaniards won’t come close to the shock comeback needed to reach the next round.

Real Betis win 2-1, Man United advance 5-3 on aggregate

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Man Utd team news: Garnacho injured

Alejandro Garnacho is out for United after picking up an ankle injury against Southampton and Antony is out through illness, although Casemiro is eligible to play despite his four-game domestic ban.

Marcel Sabitzer and Victor Lindelof are back in training for what is likely to be a heavily touring away team, which remains without Anthony Martial, Christian Eriksen and Donny van de Beek.

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Real Betis team news: Canales will play

Betis centre-back Luiz Felipe will be out after picking up a hamstring injury at the weekend, adding to the absence of Nabil Fekir and Juan Cruz.

Sergio Canales should be fit to start after playing for 60 minutes in the 1-1 draw with Villarreal when he returned to the line-up.


Where to watch Real Betis vs Man United

TV channel: In the UK, the match will be televised live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting at 5pm.

Direct: Subscribers can also watch the competition live online via the BT Sport app and website.

Live Blog: You can follow all the matchday action via Standard Sport’s live blog.

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Hello and welcome to Standard Sport’s live coverage of Manchester United’s Europa League clash with Real Betis.

Ten Hag’s side lead 4-1 ahead of the game at Sevilla’s Estadio Benito Villamarin. The kick-off is given at 17:45 GMT.


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