Get the lowdown as 2017 UEFA Europa League winners Manchester United tackle their predecessors.
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- Sides all-square at 0-0 going into round of 16 second leg
- Sevilla targeting first European Cup quarter-final for 60 years
- Pogba doubtful, Martial passed fit, Ibrahimović could return
- Follow live build-up to the game right here
- How to watch the game where you are
Reporter's view: This is United's first UEFA Champions League knockout game here since 1 April 2014 and they go into it in good heart after comeback wins against Chelsea and Crystal Palace – not to mention Saturday's victory over rivals Liverpool. They host opponents seeking a solution to the absence of right-backs Jesús Navas and Sébastien Corchia, and also looking for a first quarter-final place since 1958.
Man. United: De Gea; Valencia, Bailly, Smalling, Young; McTominay, Matić; Mata, Sánchez, Rashford; Lukaku
Out: Rojo (unspecified), Jones (unspecified), Blind (ankle), Herrera (hamstring)
Doubt: Pogba (thigh), Ibrahimović (knee)
Misses next match if booked: Lingard
Sevilla: Rico; Escudero, Mercado, Lenglet, Arana; N'Zonzi, Banega; Sarabia, Vázquez, Correa; Muriel
Out: Navas (muscular), Corchia (groin)
Doubtful: Carriço (thigh)
Misses next match if booked: Banega, Escudero, Mercado
Fantasy Football top point scorers
Man. United: Daley Blind, defender (32 points, €5.8m)
Sevilla: Wissam Ben Yedder, forward (37 points, €7.9m)
Where to watch
Man. United 2-1 Liverpool
Sevilla 0-2 Valencia
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José Mourinho, Man. United manager
Tomorrow's a very difficult match. We're playing against a team that didn't lose against Liverpool home and away, scored goals against Liverpool, drew against Liverpool – and they [Liverpool] are a very good team, [at] an important stadium with big tradition, so it says Sevilla are a really good team. I don't know [if Paul Pogba will be fit]. We don't know yet. He trained a little bit after you left [following the 15 minutes open to the media].
Vincenzo Montella, Sevilla coach
We know this is a difficult venue and they are a team with a lot of clout. We know we have to give everything and hope the key moments go our way. We have to play the situations. There will be moments we have to defend, and moments where we have to attack – and moments to slow the game down and moments to speed it up.