Manchester United vs Celta Vigo live

VIGO, SPAIN – MAY 04: Hugo Mallo of RC Celta in action against Anthony Martial of Manchester United during the UEFA Europa League, semi final first leg match, between Celta Vigo and Manchester United at Estadio Balaidos on May 4, 2017 in Vigo, Spain.

(Photo by Octavio Passos/Getty Images) (Octavio Passos)Manchester United play host to Celta Vigo in the second leg of the Europa League semifinals on Thursday.

Coverage begins at noon and the game is schedule to kick off at 12:05 p.m. Pacific time from Old Trafford, in Manchester, England.

United are looking at Europa League as their best chance to qualify for Champions League after they faltered in their quest to finish in the Premier League’s top four.

The Red Devils come in with a 1-0 lead after defeating Celta Vigo in the first semifinal leg in Spain.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho defended his decision to prioritise the Europa League ahead of the semi-final second leg against Celta Vigo on Thursday.

Celta Vigo are in 12th place in La Liga and are looking at Europa League as their best bet for any glory this season.

Pregame coverage begins at 11:30 a.m. Pacific time.

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The Red Devils have been dealt a major blow with the news of Ashley Young being likely to miss out the rest of the season due to a hamstring injury he picked up towards the end of the first leg against Celta Vigo. Other than that, the Red Devils have no fresh injury concerns ahead of this game.
It shouldn’t be much of a big deal for this upcoming match since they still have a strong squad after resting their key players for their Arsenal fixture which they lost 2-0. A good rest should ensure all those players are back to play to the best of their abilities against the Spanish club.

In fact, Jose Mourinho did admit that he was aware of not having enough players to rotate since none of the players could’ve recovered so quickly. Speaking at the pre-match press conference, Mourinho said, “Since the last injuries, we know that nobody will recover on time, even to play the last match of the season, so the ones out will be out for the season,” he said. “But people are ready, fresh, with a big desire to play the game.”