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Manchester United vs Granada Europa League preview: where to watch, team news, predictions

Where to watch, team news and expert predictions for the quarter-final second leg.

Paul Pogba in training on Wednesday
Paul Pogba in training on Wednesday Manchester United via Getty Imag

Manchester United lead Granada 2-0 going into their UEFA Europa League quarter-final second leg on 15 April at 21:00 CET. This page will update with team news, quotes and expert analysis as kick-off approaches.

Man. United vs Granada build-up

What happened in the first leg?

Highlights: Granada 0-2 Manchester United (2 mins)

United dominated the early stages but neither side produced moments of real quality until Marcus Rashford broke through. That jolted Granada into action, with Yangel Herrera hammering the post, and the home team were more adventurous after the interval. United held firm, though, and delivered a telling blow in the dying seconds when Bruno Fernandes converted from the spot.

Where to watch the game on TV

Fans can find their local UEFA Europa League broadcast partner(s) here.

Form guide

Manchester United
Latest: Tottenham 1-3 Manchester United, 11/04
Where they stand: 2nd in Premier League

Latest: Valladolid 1-2 Granada, 11/04
Where they stand: 8th in Liga

Possible line-ups

Man. United: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelöf, Tuanzebe, Alex Telles; Fred, Pogba; Diallo, Van de Beek, James; Greenwood

Granada: Rui Silva; Foulquier, Vallejo, Germán, Neva; Herrera, Gonalons; Montoro, Machís, Puertas; Soldado

Watch every Rashford Europa League goal

Expert predictions

Matthew Howarth, United reporter: Bruno Fernandes' late penalty in the first leg should mean United reach the semi-finals with plenty to spare. With several first-team regulars missing through suspension or injury, Ole Gunnar Solskjær may view this fixture as an ideal opportunity to give some of his fringe and young players a run-out at Old Trafford.

Simon Hart, Granada reporter: Granada bounced back from their first-leg disappointment with a late comeback victory at Valladolid – a first league away win since December and 23rd win in all competitions, marking a club record for the Andalusians when competing in Spain's top two divisions. A comeback at Old Trafford is a different task altogether, and the absence of Duarte from the centre of their defence will not help, while there are doubts over the availability of Kenedy because of an ankle problem. If Granada do fall short, though, it won't be for want of trying.

View from the camps

Alex Telles on United win in Spain

Ole Gunnar Solskjær, Manchester United manager: "We have got a great foundation, but we have to win. They will give everything they have got. Momentum is big in football. It is a quarter-final in Europe. [Granada] need to score goals. We have seen them against Barcelona, Real Madrid; how dangerous they can be. We have to play a good game and not give them those opportunities."

Jesús VaIlejo, Granada defender: "We have to be happy with our performance [in the first leg]. If we play like this in Manchester we can win, though I don't know if that will be enough."