Missing Players and team news:

Man United trio Luke Shaw, Scott McTominay and Harry Maguire all picked up bookings in the first-leg victory, and the trio are suspended for the second leg to add to Solskjaer’s growing absentee list. Eric Bailly remains sidelined with coronavirus, while Anthony Martial and Phil Jones are out for the long-term, and it remains to be seen if Daniel James will be cleared to play after an injury in Spain ruled him out of the win over Tottenham. Axel Tuanzebe and Alex Telles are expected to deputise in the rearguard for Maguire and Shaw, while a possible recall for Nemanja Matic in midfield could push Paul Pogba out to the left flank once again. Granada must work around their own suspensions as Domingos Duarte and Yan Eteki have now been cautioned three times in the tournament, although the latter would have struggled to displace Yangel Herrera or Maxime Gonalons in the first XI. Duarte’s spot in defence should be filled by German Sanchez, and while the visitors’ injury crisis has eased recently, Luis Milla and Neyder Lozano still occupy spots in the medical room. Luis Suarez has made two appearances off the bench since returning from injury and is a candidate to spearhead the attack on Thursday, but Roberto Soldado is back from a domestic ban and will relish the opportunity to step foot on English soil once again.

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