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Manchester United to win 2-1 -

United’s two matches at Old Trafford since the first leg were the 2-1 wins over Chelsea and Liverpool, and Tuesday’s match is poised to be another nervy encounter.

Jose Mourinho’s side should win the match, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if they concede. They let in soft goals in both those victories, as well as two at Crystal Palace last week.

Sevilla, who should have scored at least one on home soil three weeks ago, netted in all three of their Champions League group games on the road. 

Marcus Rashford to score -

Rashford is sure to start after marking his return to the starting line-up at the weekend with two fine finishes and a man-of-the-match performance.

The 20-year-old has three goals in this season’s Champions League, two of which came at Old Trafford. He also scores in clusters, having netted in back-to-back matches three times already this campaign. 

Over 10.5 corners

This is a likely outcome whatever happens in the game.

United’s seven Champions League matches this season have all featured 10 or more corners, and there should be plenty of them on Tuesday given they need to score at least once in order to progress.

Equally, if United do take the lead, then expect them to defend deep and invite pressure, just as they did against Liverpool at the weekend and at Sevilla in the first leg. United conceded 13 and 12 corners respectively in each of those fixtures.

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