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Celta Vigo vs. Manchester United 2017 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch Europa League semi-final online

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It's the first leg of Manchester United's Europa League semi final! Come and watch it with us.

Manchester United Training Session Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images

Right then, business time. The draw against Manchester City was boring, if perhaps understandable. The draw against Swansea was deeply frustrating. But while United don't necessarily need to win tonight, this being a two-legged tie and all, a strong performance and a couple of goals would go a long way towards settling things down.

Thank heavens, then, that this latest injury crisis appears to have abated somewhat. At the back, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Eric Bailly are all in the squad, and Paul Pogba is also included. Hopefully he'll be able to play a full part. United's midfield looks frankly miserable without him.

As for Celta Vigo, they lost 3-0 at the weekend to Athletic Bilbao and currently sit 11th in La Liga. However, they were resting a number of key players, and they've beaten both Barcelona (in the league) and Real Madrid (over two legs, in the Copa del Rey) this season. Best get nice and nervous now, just in case.

HOW TO WATCH

When: 20.05 UK time, 15.05 on the east coast of the US, and 12.05 on the west.

Where: Balaídos, Vigo, Spain.

Television: You'll need BT Sport 2 in the UK, or Fox Sports 1 in the USA. Everybody else, amble over to livesoccertv.

Streaming: The imaginatively named BT Sport Live Streaming service is what you'll need if you're using UK internet — does that even make sense? — while Fox Soccer 2GO has you covered in the USA.

This will also be our live stream for the game, so come and while away the long, long minutes with us.