Manchester United take on Partizan Belgrade at Old Trafford on Thursday night looking to take a step closer to the Europa League knockout stages.
United are top of Group L and beat Partizan in Serbia 1-0 last time out in the competition.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have performed better in recent weeks but stumbled again at Bournemouth last weekend.
He’ll be hoping for a confident display at home tonight against a Partizan side who finished third in the Serbian Superliga last season.
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Manchester United vs Partizan Belgrade: How to watch
The fourth game in Group L will be held on Thursday, November 7 and will kick-off at 8pm GMT.
Every Europa League game is being shown live on BT Sport this season and you can catch this game on BT Sport 2 with coverage starting at 7:30pm.
If you’re an EE phone customer, you can watch this game completely free.
EE customers can sign up for a three-month free trial to BT Sport – simply text SPORT to 150.
This will allow you to watch on your phone, with casting available to your TV though the service.
Manchester United vs Partizan Belgrade: What has been said?
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “We’ll have to start tomorrow and hope Partizan don’t remember this with joy.
“I played in quite a few games at home and if you get a good start you can fill your boots and hopefully we can get off to a good start tomorrow. Front-foot football.
“We’ve had so many games where we’ve been 1-0 up and now it’s about, come on, let’s go for the second and third because maybe we’ve taken a step back and said we need to get the result for me, and I’d rather these boys just go for it and make a mistake or two.
“We’ve got a great chance now to qualify for the next round, which then means the last two games you can try out a few things.
“There’s never a shortcut in football. It’s hard work, stick together, team spirit. We know we’re on the right track.”
Manchester United vs Partizan Belgrade: Team news and confirmed line-ups
United will be without defender Victor Lindelof, who played at Bournemouth having been a doubt for the game but is now sidelined once more.
Luke Shaw, who has been out with a hamstring injury since August, is back in training but won’t feature.
Eric Bailly, Diogo Dalot, Angel Gomes, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba and Axel Tuanzebe all remain absent.
Manchester United: Romero, Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Rojo, Young, McTominay, Fred, Mata, Greenwood, Martial, Rashford.
Subs: Grant, Jones, Lingard, Pereira, James, Garner, Williams.
Partizan Belgrade: Stojkovic, Miletic, Ostojic, Pavlovic, Urosevic, Natcho, Zdjelar, Scekic, Asano, Soumah, Sadiq.
Subs: Stevanovic, Vujacic, Tosic, Ivanovic, Brezancic, Lutovac.