The Red devil's will be aiming to take a step closer to Europa League glory when the welcome Granada to Old Trafford on Thursday evening.
Manchester United holds 2-0 advantage in the reversed fixture courtesy of goals from Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes.
Although, Manchester United will definitely be without three players for the Europa League quarter-final second leg against Granada at Old Trafford.
Yellow cards for Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, and Scott Mc Tominay in the 2-0 win in Spain means all three players will serve a one-game Suspension.
With Manchester United Captain set to be absent, it means somebody else will be wearing the Captain Armband against Granada on Thursday.
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