Manchester United are just within a point of securing qualification to the next round of the UEFA Champions League. The not-quite-dead rubber fixture against FC Basel on Wednesday should offer José Mourinho the chance to rotate his squad, with one eye on the looming Premier League festive schedule.
Zlatan Ibrahimović will continue his reocvery effort by being awarded with a spot on the bench, while Mourinho has not yet made a decision on Pogba. Chris Smalling is also confirmed to start, since Eric Bailly and Phil Jones reamin sidelines. Juan Mata, Ashley Young, and Antonio Valencia have been given a rest. After being dropped for poor form, Henrikh Mkhitaryan could be in line for a return.
Champions League schedule
As ever, it’s a 19:45 kick-off in the UK, which is 2:45 PM on the east coast of the USA, and 11:45 AM on the west.
Champions League TV channel
In the UK, you’ll find the game on BT Sport 2, while Fox Sports 2 has the action Stateside. Everyone else should head on over to LiveSoccerTV to find out how they can catch the action.
Champions League streaming
BT Sport Live in the UK; Fox Sports Go and Fox Soccer Match Pass in the USA.
The team news is in! Here's your #MUFC starting XI for tonight's #UCL fixture... pic.twitter.com/hzisplp3fN— Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 22, 2017
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