Manchester United host Celta Vigo in the second leg of their Europa League semi-final at Old Trafford this evening (8.05pm kick-off).
Jose Mourinho’s men secured a vital 1-0 win against the La Liga outfit last week to make them hot favourites to get the job done tonight, with Marcus Rashford’s fine free-kick the difference between the two sides.
And with a crucial away goal, United will certainly be confident of progressing to the Europa League final this evening, where either Lyon or Ajax await in the showpiece in Stockholm on May 24.
Mourinho made eight changes on Sunday ahead of their 2-0 defeat at Arsenal to demonstrate the importance the is placing on tonight’s clash, and he even said after their loss at the Emirates, which also saw their 25-match unbeaten run in the Premier League come to an end, that tonight is their ‘match of the season’ so far.
And he’ll be hoping that his Red Devils side react accordingly to take one step closer to the Europa League crown, and thus a return to the Champions League.
The hosts go in as favourites this evening, and here are THREE reasons why United will get the job done and progress to the showpiece in Stockholm later this month…