Manchester United will face Sevilla in the first leg of this UEFA Europa League quarterfinal match at Old Trafford, putting them up against Spanish opponents once more.
Erik ten Hag, the coach of the Red Devils, must defeat the Los Nervionenses, the record six-time champions of this competition, after earlier victories against Real Betis and Barcelona.
After recently dismissing head coach Jorge Sampaoli, Sevilla has struggled at home this season and is now in the bottom half of La Liga. José Luis Mendilibar is now in charge.
Marcus Rashford, who has scored 28 goals this season, will miss this crucial game for United because of a groin injury he picked up last weekend against Everton in the Premier League. Luke Shaw, a defender, is also absent, although Casemiro, who has been sidelined for over a month due to suspension, is expected to play for the hosts. Meanwhile, Joan Jordán, Jess Manuel Corona, and Pape Cheikh will not be playing for Sevilla due to injury.
A tasty-looking matchup with either Juventus or Sporting Lisbon awaits the victor of these two legs of the quarterfinal.
The top live TV streaming providers are listed here, so you may use them to watch the game live from anywhere in the globe.
Casemiro, a midfielder for Manchester United, raises his hands in celebration.
After serving a lengthy ban, Brazilian midfielder Casemiro is expected to start for Manchester United this evening.
When and where is Manchester United vs. Sevilla?
On Thursday, April 13, Manchester United welcomes Sevilla to Old Trafford. Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. BST (3 p.m. ET, 12 p.m. PT, and 5 a.m. AEST on Friday, April 14) local time in the UK.
Watch the Man United vs. Sevilla game live in America
The huge game at Old Trafford on Thursday will be streamed on Paramount Plus, which owns live US broadcast rights for every UEFA Champions League and Europa League games through the 2022–23 campaign.