Manchester United will look to book a place in the Europa League quarterfinals when they travel to Spain for the second leg against Real Betis.
The Red Devils were in Premier League action last weekend against Southampton, and despite being reduced to 10 men in the first half, they performed admirably to earn a point. Their next stop will be in Spain, where they will face Real Betis in the second leg. Erik and his team did well by winning the first leg 4-2, which means they will have less work to do on Thursday.
That been said, this article brings you the latest injury update from Old Trafford ahead of this crucial tie.
* Here are the Manchester United stars who are set to return for this crucial game;
1. Diogo Dalot
Dalot did not feature at all against the Southampton and will be looking to feature in this game after he was spotted in training.
2. Anthony Elanga
Anthony Elanga also did not feature at all against the Saints and will be eager to start in this game.
3. Tyrell Malacia
Malacia also did not feature at all against the Saints and will be looking to get into the starting XI for this game.
4. Anthony Martial
Martial has rejoined the rest of the team in training. The striker, who has been out with a hip injury since the beginning of February, is expected to be available for this game.
* Here are other Manchester United Stars who are still out with Injuries;
Sabitzer missed out the win in the first leg and also the draw with Southampton due to a knock. The extent of his injury is not yet clear, which means he is likely to miss this game.
2. Alejandro Garnacho
The 18-year-old sustained a serious foot injury during a challenge from Saints right-back Kyle Walker-Peters. He left the stadium on crutches and will almost certainly be unavailable for Thursday's game.
3. Christian Eriksen
Christian Eriksen is still recovering from a long-term ankle injury and will not be able to make the trip.
4. Donny van de Beek
Donny Van De Been is still recovering from knee surgery and will not be able to make the trip.
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