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Man Utd v Sevilla: Match preview
Jose Mourinho hailed Saturday’s victory over Liverpool as a “complete performance” and Manchester United seem primed for an exciting crescendo to the end of their season.
Should Mourinho’s men navigate past Sevilla, currently locked at 0-0 following a turgid opening first-leg, then the Red Devils will be in Friday’s draw for the Champions League quarter-finals.
In a pivotal week, United then tackle Brighton in the FA Cup last eight on Saturday night.
The Old Trafford faithful must be optimistic their side can prevail in both encounters and keep alive trophy ambitions for the rest of the campaign.
Mourinho seems fired up and was evidently relishing his side’s performance in the 2-1 triumph over Liverpool.
Marcus Rashford, in his first Premier League start since Boxing Day, scored with the only two registered shots on target for the hosts.
The first leg out in Sevilla was a fairly flat attacking display, and such lack of meaningful goal mouth activity on Saturday would appear concerning from the outside, but Mourinho brushed aside these concerns.
“It was a complete performance by us with two different halves," declared Mourinho having toppled Liverpool. “If people don't think we deserved it, I don't care, we have a match on Tuesday. I don't care what people say. The boys are happy, I'm happy."
There you have it. The mood in the United camp is buoyant and Mourinho seems eagle eyed on achieving silverware success this season.
In contrast the outlook for La Liga’s Sevilla is not quite as optimistic.
Since the first leg stalemate, Vincenzo Montella’s men have chalked up two victories sandwiched by a 5-2 demolition by Atletico Madrid and a damaging 2-0 home defeat by Valencia at the weekend.
"I'm extremely disappointed with the loss, just as much as the players, we played a good match but we must congratulate Valencia,” said Montella. “It's disappointing, but we need to keep moving forward."
Mourinho will be delighted by the weekend’s events and the stats also weigh heavily in United’s favour.
The Red Devils are only behind Barcelona (2) with the tightest defence, having only conceded three goals in the current Champions League campaign.
Meanwhile, Sevilla have struggled on the road, clinching just one victory in their past 12 Champions League away days.
They have excelled in the Europa League and will be determined to spring a shock at Old Trafford, but the stats and form fall in favour of the Premier League giants.
It’s a huge opportunity for United, which will surely be grasped by Mourinho’s men.
Man Utd v Sevilla: Team news
Eric Bailly is a major doubt having hurt his ankle scoring an unlucky own goal in the Liverpool victory. He valiantly played on, but might not be risked having already experience an injury-blighted season.
Paul Pogba’s fitness continues to trouble Mourinho. The France international couldn’t feature at the weekend and remains a doubt alongside Phil Jones and Ander Herrera. However Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Anthony Martial both trained on Monday.
Within the Sevilla ranks, former Manchester City winger Jesus Navas is all but out for the clash, failing to shake off a right calf complaint.
Man Utd v Sevilla: Head to head
Last month’s goalless first leg at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan was the first-ever meeting between the sides.
Man Utd v Sevilla: Key statistics
Manchester United have only lost one of their last nine home Champions League games against Spanish sides (W5 D3), against Real Madrid at this stage in 2012-13.
70% of away sides who draw the first leg of a Champions League knockout tie 0-0 end up progressing to the next round (21/30).
Manchester United haven’t managed to score more than one goal in any of their last 15 Champions League encounters with Spanish opposition (7 goals total).
Sevilla have never won a Champions League game in England (D1 L3), with that one draw coming at Liverpool in this season’s group stages.
Starting with the 2011 final, Manchester United have only won one of their last eight Champions League knockout games (D3 L4).
After winning four of their first six away games in the competition, Sevilla have picked up just one win in their last 12 Champions League games on the road (D5 L6).
Only Barcelona (2) have conceded fewer goals in this season’s Champions League than Manchester United (3).
In 11 of his full seasons as manager in the Champions League, Jose Mourinho has reached the quarter-finals eight times, falling only at this stage in 2005-06, 2008-09 and 2014-15.
Mourinho has only lost seven of his previous 69 Champions League home games as manager (W48 D14), though five of those defeats have been against Spanish opposition.
Wissam Ben Yedder has scored the most Champions League goals without providing an assist so far in the competition (6).
Man Utd v Sevilla: Match odds
Man Utd: 4/6
Man Utd to advance: 1/2
Sevilla to advance: 6/4
All odds correct at time of writing with William Hill
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