Manchester United face Granada tonight in the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final.
United edged AC Milan in the last round to reach the last eight as Granada beat Molde.
The Red Devils are among the main favorites for glory in this season’s competition and can take a huge step forward to the semi-finals in Spain tonight.
Granada are currently ninth in the La Liga table and lost to Villarreal this weekend.
But they have impressed in Europe this season and will be eager to create a surprise against United.
Granada v Man United: How to listen
This quarter-final first leg will kick off at 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 8.
Full coverage of the Nuevo Estadio de Los Carmenes will be live on talkSPORT, with our pre-match prep starting at 7pm.
Hugh Woozencroft will be your host and commentary will come from Jim Proudfoot and Dean Ashton.
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Granada v Man United: Team news
Marcus Rashford is available for United clash in Granada.
The 23-year-old limped in the second half against Brighton on Sunday but trained on Wednesday and is expected to start tonight. Juan Mata is also available.
Anthony Martial could miss the rest of the season with a knee injury and Eric Bailly remains in Ivory Coast after a positive coronavirus test.
Dean Henderson and David De Gea fight to start in the goal and 18-year-old Anthony Elanga is part of the 24-man squad.
United Team: De Gea, Henderson, Grant, Bishop, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw, Telles, Tuanzebe, Wan-Bissaka, Williams, Diallo, Fernandes, Fred, James, Mata, Matic, McTominay, Pogba, Van De Beek, Cavani, Elanga, Greenwood, Rashford.
Granada v Man United: What was said?
Diego Martinez, Granada boss: “We respect all the teams and we are not going to find out what United is for the moment. It’s a giant in Europe, it’s an incredible team.
“But if we’re in the quarter-finals and we’re up against them, it’s because we’ve done a lot of good things.
“We’re going to play 180 minutes, plus extra time, and we believe in our possibilities.
“Last year we were candidates, one, two or three to be back in the second division and we ended up in Europe.
“There’s a line in our lodge ‘they didn’t know it’s impossible so they did it’ so that’s what we’re trying to think of.
“We are very proud of the people we have here because with that we can go anywhere.
“We can go to the desert or anywhere because we feel strong, we want to make the most of the moment and that’s something that makes us grow in ourselves.”