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Man Utd vs Granada: Predictions
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side cruised to a comfortable 2-0 aggregate lead after their first leg in Spain. Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes provided United with two huge away goals as they aim to earn themselves a spot in the semi-finals of the Europa League.
Granada won their first game in five on the weekend after leaving it late to come from behind against Valladolid. Diego Martinez’s side were trailing away from home until the 78th-minute, however, two late goals secured them three huge points and a boost in confidence ahead of their trip to Old Trafford.
The game on Thursday will be the Red Devils’ third game in the space of seven days after they brushed aside Tottenham Hotspur on the weekend. Despite falling behind in the first half, United quickly drew level after the break and ran out 3-1 victors to secure a seven-point gap in second place.
Since dropping out of the Champions League, United have not lost either of their home games. It is also worth noting they have not won either of them as well. After their emphatic 4-0 away victory against Real Sociedad, United settled for a 0-0 draw in the second-leg. But this time around, the tie is by no means over and United will have to be wary of the Spanish outfit.
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Man Utd vs Granada: Match Stats
Marcus Rashford has scored two goals in his last two games after returning from the injury which kept him from playing in England’s World Cup Qualifiers. The 23-year-old netted the opening goal in the first leg in Spain and Solskjaer will be looking to his winger to provide United with another goal to ease their concerns of a Granada comeback.
In each of United’s home legs in the Europa League, both have ended with under 2.5 goals. Following their victory against Real Sociedad they settled for a goalless draw, however, Thursday’s clash may take a goal for the hosts to settle any fears of the visitors making a dramatic comeback.
8 April 2021 – Granada 0-2 Man Utd – Europa League
The game between these two sides last week was the first time in which they have met in their history. United will be hoping to keep their 100% win record against the La Liga outfit with a place in the final four on their minds.