Solskjaer's pre-match interview
The boss explains the one change he's made to the side that beat Southampton, plus the significance of tonight's game...
Ole you’ve obviously got a football match to win tonight, but obviously it’s going to be a poignant occasion because of the date… “Yeah, it’s the anniversary of the tragic event and for us it’s about honouring them, putting out a performance that reflects the spirit of Man United and spirit of that team. Players who mean it, players who know why you’re wearing this badge. As for the line-up tonight, you make just one change to the side that was so impressive midweek with Paul coming in for Fred, and is Edinson okay after his kick? "It got swollen, his ankle, but I think he’s important on a day like this, we want to press and start really on the front foot and Edinson is really vital for us there. Paul has been excellent the last couple of months. He had a well-earned rest against Southampton and now he’s ready to go again." How are you following up 9-0? “Just by trying to do the right things, play as a Man United player, with no fear, play with courage, go out there, enjoy it, like we saw with the kids last night. You enjoyed that didn’t you?"