Paul Pogba misses Manchester United training ahead of Sevilla clash

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho talks to forward Romelu Lukaku during the English Premier League soccer match against Liverpool. | AP

The La Liga side go into Tuesday's game knowing a score draw will be enough to seal their passage past Jose Mourinho's men, but, as they found out in the first leg, finding a way to beat De Gea is easier said than done.

However, if Conte plays the same way as he did at Manchester City, which I think he might, they will have no joy because they'll fail to get out of their own half again.

With Manchester United now trailing table-topping Manchester City by 13 points and likely to finish a distant second this term, Jose Mourinho has plenty of work to do to get his side up to the standard of title challengers ahead of next season.

In a bid to gain some psychological advantage over the Manchester United keeper, Sevilla sent out a tweet to De Gea asking him to save his best for Spain in the World Cup.

Antonio Valencia has been effective in most games this season and should keep his place as a right-back while Luke Shaw could replace Ashley Young, who put in a superb shift at the weekend.

"We have another chance tomorrow [Tuesday], we know that United have beaten Chelsea and Liverpool and have come back against Crystal Palace".

Nemanja Matic has been ever-present for the Red Devils this season and should start at the heart of the midfield and could be partnered with Scott McTominay, who is fast turning into an important player for United.

"If I finished the session one minute before it wouldn't have happened".

"He was getting minutes and getting experience and the best way to improve is to be on the pitch".

Which of these stars would you like to see at United next season? Jose Mourinho's men will enter this game against Sevilla looking for a place in the tournament's quarter finals after drawing 0-0 on the road in the first leg.

Bayern are the masters of seeing these ties through.

After the shambles of Arsenal's last home game in this competition, when they almost blew it against Ostersund, Arsene Wenger will play a strong line-up with a free weekend to follow.

The Andalusians also have history to deal with - Sevilla have played six times in England and not won even once.

I'm actually going a step further and backing Arsenal to win by three or more goals against this bog-standard Milan side. I think when he looks up and sees 25,000 fans in the stadium he created that he'll come to a decision that something has to change.



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