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Manchester United and Young Boys, of the Champions League

 


Manchester United will host the Swiss team Young Boys at Old Trafford today at 10:00 pm Cairo time, at the end of the group stage of the Champions League.

Manchester United qualified for Group F after collecting 10 points from 5 matches, while Young Boys is fourth with 4 points.

The team has already qualified for the last 16 as group leader, ahead of Ralf Rangik's first European game In the meantime, the guests have a lot to play for as a win could qualify them for the knockout stages of the Europa League.
Manchester United have faced Young Boys on three previous occasions, and we lost earlier in Group F with a stoppage-time goal in Bern after two wins in the 2018/19 group stage. Marouane Fellaini's late goal secured a 1-0 victory and qualification for Jose Mourinho's side three years ago during the Swiss team's only visit to Old Trafford so far.

United are at the top of Group F with 10 points from five matches, and secured first place due to the advantage of direct confrontations with Villarreal, who are three points behind us. Yellow Submariners can secure runner-up if they avoid defeat at Atalanta in Bergamo, but the Italians have a chance to reach the ninth point. The Young Boys are currently fourth and the only way they can improve on that would be if they win at Old Trafford and Atalanta lose.

UEFA Champions League matches are broadcast on beIN Sports, the exclusive broadcaster of the tournament in the Middle East and North Africa.

The match will be broadcasted exclusively on beIN Sports via the beIN SPORTS PREMIUM 2 channel.

Yemeni commentator Hassan Al-Aidarous will comment on the match between Manchester United and Young Boys.

Manchester United group standings in the Champions League 2021-2022


Manchester United - 10 points
Villarreal - 7 points
Atalanta - 6 points
Young Boys - 4 Points


match officials

Referee: Benoit Bastien
Assistants: Hicham Zakrani, Aurelien Berthomiou
Fourth official: Jeremy Begnard
Video referee: Benoit Malot