Manchester United host Swiss side Young Boys in the Champions League tonight, and here we bring you an all-you-need-to-know rundown of team news before the encounter.
Ander Herrera returns to United team
United are set to be boosted by the return of Ander Herrera, who was granted extra time off in the wake of the death of his father.
How Hodgson was left ‘not good enough’ by Roy Hodgson
Jose Mourinho has named an unchanged side from the 3-1 home win over Swansea on Saturday.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan, however, remains out with a hamstring injury while Marcos Rojo remains out, as does Daley Blind, who suffered an ankle injury on Saturday, while Eric Bailly (ankle) remains out.
David de Gea and Anthony Martial continue as first-choice keepers for United.
For Young Boys, Valon Behrami and Kevin Trapp are named as the two goalkeepers in the side, while Paul Pogba is on the bench in Manchester.
What are the latest odds?
The latest odds from Sky Bet match against Young Boys are Manchester United to win 2/1, draw 5/2, and Young Boys to win 9/2.
David de Gea has not conceded a goal at Old Trafford since February 2017, and is going for his 55th clean sheet in a single season.