Manchester United has little on the line in the UEFA Champions League but its players are fighting to impress new boss Ralf Rangnick when they host desperate Young Boys on Wednesday (start time 3pm ET with live updates via NBCSports.com).
United will still win the group even with a loss to Young Boys, who need a win and help to reach the Europa League.
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The help? Villarreal will have to beat Atalanta in Bergamo, and the Spanish visitors only need a draw to clinch second in Group F.
Manchester United team news, injuries, lineup options
Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial are out, while Luke Shaw and Jesse Lingard are question marks. Raphael Varane and Edinson Cavani are closing in on returns but aren’t ready yet. Dean Henderson and Donny van de Beek have been announced as starters.
Young Boys team news, injuries, lineup options
David von Ballmoos, Cedric Zesiger, Ulisses Garcia, Christian Fassnacht, Jean-Pierre Nsame, and Felix Mambimbi all look likely to be unavailable. Fabian Rieder could return from illness.
Odds and ends (full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)
If Young Boys win, it’ll deliver +625, while a draw is good for +400. Manchester United picking up a win on the final matchday is -250.
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United will find a way, though Jordan Pefok may get another goal against the Red Devils. We expect fireworks. Manchester United 4-2 Young Boys.