Sevilla prepared to 'suffer' against Man United at Old Trafford - Montella


The first leg tie between the two teams finished in a goalless stalemate in Spain, and United will be confident that home advantage on Tuesday night will work in their favour. Tomorrow, it will be the same, a Manchester United with very offensive players.

Consecutive Premier League wins against Crystal Palace, Chelsea and Liverpool have The Red Devils in second place of the standings, but now the team needs to switch the focus to the UEFA Champions League.

"They're on a roll, but we hope to interrupt United's good run". Knowing they conquered just two points on the road during the Champions League's group stage, we might see a cautious Sevilla here.

This clash ought to be the one in which everything is in his favour, and if Sanchez gets it right then former United star Lou Macari agrees he could make all the difference going forward in the competition.

Most clubs would be delighted to be sitting second in the Premier League, into the FA Cup quarter-finals and on the verge of a return to the last eight of the Champions League.

'I don't know what Real Madrid's intentions are, but if I were them, I would think of another player'.

"He was progressively getting chances to play".

Barcelona have improved defensively but you can still get at them due to their attacking intent.

"He's fantastic. He was one of the best players on the pitch, so I am happy that we have him in the team, and he needs to continue in this way".

"With 2-0 down that's rare that you can turn a game against Man United". Jose Mourinho's men will enter this game against Sevilla looking for a place in the tournament's quarter finals after drawing 0-0 on the road in the first leg.

The Andalusians also have history to deal with - Sevilla have played six times in England and not won even once.

However, I also have a feeling that there might be an announcement by the manager either on Friday or over the weekend to confirm that he is going to step down in the summer, perhaps going upstairs, easing the tension and allowing the team to have a go for the Europa League without the same strain. It was no different for him against Liverpool, although he was taken off only in injury time. I think when he looks up and sees 25,000 fans in the stadium he created that he'll come to a decision that something has to change.