How to watch and follow United v Sevilla

Tuesday 11 April 2023 07:00

The Europa League returns to Old Trafford this Thursday, as we take on Sevilla in the quarter-final first leg.

The La Liga club will be the fourth opponent Manchester United have faced from Spain's top flight in this season's competition, following previous clashes with Real Sociedad, Barcelona and Real Betis.

Ahead of the last-eight tie, here’s everything you need to know, from TV information to a form guide…

Opposition watch: Sevilla pegged back


Ahead of their Europa League trip to Old Trafford, Sevilla were held to a draw over the weekend.


The match is scheduled to kick off at 20:00 BST on Thursday 13 April, and fans in the UK can watch it live on BT Sport.

You will be able to see exclusive pre-match build-up via our Match Day Live show on MUTV. It commences at 18:55 BST, before live radio commentary throughout the 90 minutes, followed by post-match reaction on our Matchday Review programme.

Further must-see content will also be available on and in the United App.


Two-minute highlights of the game will be published at midnight on Friday, with longer versions available from the same time in the early hours of Saturday morning.


Erik ten Hag may provide updates on the fitness of Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford, who have picked up injuries in our recent wins over Brentford and Everton respectively, during his pre-match press conference on Wednesday.

Casemiro completed his four-match domestic suspension at the weekend, and although that had no impact on his availability for the Europa League, the Brazilian is set to be eligible for selection once more. Fellow midfielder Christian Eriksen could be in line for his first start since January, after returning from his ankle injury in the triumph over Sean Dyche’s side, while Alejandro Garnacho and Donny van de Beek are long-term absentees.

For the visitors, left-back Alex Telles can play against United, despite being on a season-long loan from the Reds. Marcus Acuna and Pape Gueye were dismissed in their La Liga draw with Celta Vigo at the weekend but those bans do not apply to European competition. Gueye is not part of the Spanish side's Europa League squad anyway, nor is winger Tecatito.

Opposition watch: Sevilla pegged back


Ahead of their Europa League trip to Old Trafford, Sevilla were held to a draw over the weekend.


United have bounced back well within the last week, following the defeat away to Newcastle. Back-to-back wins over Brentford and Everton have seen Ten Hag’s team continue our push for a top-four place in the Premier League.

Sevilla were two goals to the good away to Celta Vigo in the league on Friday but were pegged back to draw 2-2. The La Liga side have struggled this term, and surprisingly occupy a bottom-half position in the table, but they have collected four points from new boss Luis Mendilibar’s first two games in charge.

Their six Europa League titles (the first two were won while the tournament was known as the UEFA Cup) are three more than any other side in the competition’s history, meaning that despite their difficult campaign on the domestic front thus far, they may be able to draw inspiration from their pedigree en route to lifting this trophy in the past.

Rashford injury update


Erik feels the schedule has contributed to Marcus's problem as the Reds are forced to wait on our top scorer.



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All kick-off times are 20:00 BST unless stated.