Manchester United will collide against Sevilla in the first semi final of the Europa League.
In 2018, the Andalusian club knocked the Red Devils out of the Champions League. As far as the EL is concerned, Sevilla are the most successful team in the history of the competition having won the tournament 5 times. Who will come out on top tomorrow night?
The Old Trafford club needed a late goal in extra time to qualify for the last four and they must step up against the La Liga side.
We can expect manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to make at least two key changes to the squad that started in the quarter final.
In the back-line, Swedish international, Victor Lindelof, should replace Eric Bailly to start with Harry Maguire in the central defense in front of South American goalie Sergio Romero.
The likes of Wan-Bissaka and Brandon Williams should retain their starting fullback positions.
As far as the second change is concerned, in the center of the park, Nemanja Matic could return to replace Fred and partner Paul Pogba. On the other hand, the offensive lineup should remain unchanged.
Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Sevilla: