Manchester United have already qualified for the UEFA Champions League's knockout stages after defeating Villarreal in their most recent match, but the Red Devils must play a dead rubber match against Swiss side Young Boys tonight in order to advance.
With Manchester United having already qualified for the Champions League, it is imperative that marginal players have an opportunity to impress the new coach tonight.
In advance of tonight's match against Swiss side Young Boys at Old Trafford, here are three players who should be given the opportunity to start.
Preview, predicted teams, live streaming information, and how to watch the game online for the UEFA Champions League match between Young Boys and Manchester United.
The former Real Madrid forward is now Manchester United's best player in the UEFA Champions League, and he has a chance to equal his previous best performance if he scores against the Swiss team tonight.
Beyond the record, the Portuguese star needs to become more integrated into Ralf Rangnick's style of play, and tonight may provide him with yet another opportunity to do so.
After Manchester United's 2-1 defeat to Young Boys, we may take away five important lessons.
2. Donny van de Beek
Although the Dutchman only played for a few minutes in Manchester United's most recent match in the English Premier League over the weekend, a start tonight would provide him with yet another opportunity to prove himself in the Red Devils' jersey.
He was given the opportunity to start in United's final Champions League game against Villarreal, and he did not disappoint.
Young Boys host Manchester United on Saturday, and three players who could start for the Red Devils are Donny van de Beek, Amad Diallo, and Anthony Elanga. - Eurosport is a sports broadcasting network.
3. Amad Diallo
Due to the fact that United has already secured a spot in the next round, this is an excellent opportunity to give marginal players such as Diallo a chance tonight. The Ivorian winger is one of the brightest talents in Manchester United's ranks, and this match could provide him with an opportunity to establish himself in the first squad.
Amad Diallo becomes the first player from the Ivory Coast to be called up for vital qualifiers.
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