Manchester United will face Sevilla in the quarterfinals of the 2022/23 UEFA Europa League competition, with both teams seeking to reach the semi-finals. The match will be held at Old Trafford in April.
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Manchester United have been in good form in the competition, having won six of their eight UEFA Europa League games. They have scored 14 goals and conceded only three, which is the third-best defensive record in the tournament.
Sevilla have been impressive in attack and will be looking to continue their impressive form against Manchester United.
Manchester United's likely starting lineup for the match will be David de Gea in goal, with a back four of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Lisandro Martinez, Harry Maguire, and Luke Shaw. In midfield, they are likely to start Casemiro, Fred, and Bruno Fernandes. Up front, they will be looking to Marcus Rashford and Wout Woghorst to provide the goals.
Both teams have the quality to qualify for the semi-finals, but Manchester United have the edge due to their superior form in the competition. They have been impressive in attack, and with the likes of Rashford and Greenwood in their starting lineup, they should have enough quality to get the job done.
Sevilla, however, will not be pushovers. They have the quality to cause Manchester United problems, and they will be looking to take advantage of any mistakes made by the home side.
The match promises to be an exciting affair, and it is sure to be a closely contested game. Both teams will be looking to reach the semi-finals, but Manchester United are the favorites to qualify.
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