Manchester United vs Young Boys TV Channel and Live Stream Tonight – How To Watch

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Manchester United could book their place in the Champions League last 16 with a win over Young Boys on Tuesday – if results go their way.

A victory over the Swiss side at Old Trafford would see the Red Devils secure qualification for the next stage as long as Valencia fail to beat Juventus.

Mourinho’s side claimed a dramatic win over Juventus in their last European outing to put themselves in a strong position in Group H.

They’ll be firm favourites against a Young Boys side they comfortably beat 3-0 earlier in the campaign, but they’ll need to find something extra after a frustrating 0-0 draw at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday.

With injury concerns still lingering over his squad, securing qualification for the Round of 16 with a game in hand would be a useful boost to ease pressure o his squad ahead of the busy Christmas period.

When is the game?

The game takes place on Tuesday (November 27) and kick-off at 8pm (GMT).

Where is the game being played?

Manchester United host the game at Old Trafford, their second home game in the space of four days.

Romelu Lukuka is still expected to lead the line against Young Boys (Image: PA Wire)

Is the game on TV?

The game is being screened live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 4KUHD, with pre-match build-up coverage getting underway at 7pm.

Can you live stream the game?

BT Sport subscribers can watch the game on the BT Sport website or via the BT Sport app on mobile or tablet.

Manchester United team news

Man Utd will be without Victor Lindelof after suffered a groin injury against Palace at the weekend.

The defender was already a doubt for the game and picked up a knock, soldiering through the closing stages to secure a point.

He’ll be out of the Young Boys clash, and reports suggest Eric Bailly could be in line for a recall as a direct replacement.

Luke Shaw returns from suspension and should come straight back into the starting line-up.

Young Boys team news

Striker Guillaume Hoarau has not made the trip to Manchester for Young Boys due to an injury suffered in Saturday’s 1-0 home win over Lugano.

Jean-Pierre Nsame is in contention to take his place in the starting line-up, with the Swiss side likely to field a very similar side to the one that Utd comfortably beat earlier in the campaign.

Betting Odds

Man Utd 3/10
Draw 5/1
Young Boys 10/1

What have they said?

United boss Mourinho insisted after their Palace disappointment that they’ll need to find more: “Not enough intensity, not enough desire.

“If we played with the same philosophy against Young Boys then we don’t win. There are matches that are special matches and that not just one more – and this one was not just one more.”


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