Young Boys - Manchester United
Young Boys have made a solid start to the Swiss Super League season, picking up eight points from their five games. A thumping 4-0 win over league leaders FC Zuerich on Saturday is sure to boost morale ahead of the welcome of Manchester United. United also netted four times over the weekend, easing to victory at the expense of Newcastle. The Premier League side faced Young Boys in the group stages of the 2018/19 Champions League campaign, winning both games and conceding zero goals in the process. Given the gulf in quality between the two teams, United should secure all three points on Tuesday night. Young Boys are without no fewer than five players for the welcome of Manchester United. Fabian Lustenberger, Jean-Pierre Nsame, Esteban Petignat, Joel Monteiro and Nico Mainer are all sidelined. Scott McTominay and Edinson Cavani are both classed as doubts, though the former may be saved the meeting with West Ham on Sunday. Marcus Rashford, Alex Telles, Dean Henderson and Phil Jones all sit out Tuesday s Champions League clash. Jesse Lingard netted from the bench against Newcastle, but is unlikely to secure a starting spot here.Pick: 2
*Odds are correct at the time of publishing and subject of change.
Match start: 14.09. 18:45h