Lineups

Manchester United

( 4-2-3-1 )

  • 22. S. Romero

  • 53. B. Williams

    72'
  • 3. E. Bailly

  • 24. T. Fosu-Mensah

    84'
  • 5. H. Maguire

  • 14. J. Lingard Goal

    63'
  • 8. Mata

  • 17. Fred

    64'
  • 9. D. James

    84'
  • 0. S. McTominay Yellow Card

  • 25. O. Ighalo

Substitutes

  • 13. L. Grant

  • 71. T. Mengi

    84'
  • 29. A. Wan-Bissaka

  • 15. Andreas Pereira

    64'
  • 0. Bruno Fernandes

  • 37. J. Garner

  • 6. P. Pogba

    63'
  • 31. N. Matić

  • 9. A. Martial Goal

    84'
  • 0. M. Rashford

  • 26. M. Greenwood

International - UEFA Europa League Final Stage

35' P. Michorl 35' Yellow Card 35'  P. Michorl 39' S. McTominay 39' Yellow Card 39'  S. McTominay 55' P. Wiesinger 55' Goal 55'   Wiesinger P. Wiesinger 57' J. Lingard 57' Goal 57'   Lingard J. Lingard 88' A. Martial 88' Goal 88'   Martial A. Martial
Manchester United

Manchester United

2 - 1

LASK Linz

LASK Linz

  • 1st leg result : 0 - 5
  • 2nd leg result : 2 - 1
  • HT
    0 - 0
  • 55'
    0 - 1
  • 57
    1 - 1
  • 88
    2 - 1
  • Date: 05/08/2020
  • Time: 20:00
  • Venue: Old Trafford
  • Referee: Anastasios Sidiropoulos
Europa League betting tips: Man Utd v LASK

Date published: 8/4/2020 7:56:53 AM

Europa League betting tips: Man Utd v LASK

Help needed: Anyone know who’s actually going to be playing in this one?

With United already leading 5-0 after the away leg, plenty of fringe players can be expected to line up at Old Trafford.

Still, the likes of Odion Ighalo, Brandon Williams, Sergio Romero and Jesse Lingard have all produced in this competition and anyone starting will be keen to impress enough to play their part in Monday’s quarter-final and perhaps beyond.

As for Austrian side LASK, they are effectively in the middle of pre-season, a league campaign which tailed off badly having ended a month ago.

Having led the Bundesliga at the post-lockdown split, LASK went 3-1-6 after it – and suffered a points deduction - to finish only fourth.

That run cost boss Valerien Ismael his job and now Dominik Thalhammer is in charge – this will be his first competitive game.

At the weekend his new side played a friendly against Slovakian side Senica and lost 2-0. All 11 players were changed at half time with both goals coming in the second half.

In reality, LASK’s Europa campaign is over and Thalhammer will be keen to use this as another stepping stone towards the start of the 2020/21 campaign.

United are just 1/4 to win and given both the strength of their squad and the fact that they played only 10 days ago, they should do.

Perhaps the best way of getting some value is to back them to win both halves at 6/4.

They’ve managed that in five of their last seven games at Old Trafford, as well as in the first leg.

For something juicier, 3-0 in the correct score market - a 13/2 shot - looks around about what can be expected, although it may well pay to wait for the team news.

*All prices correct at the time of writing and subject to change

 

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Match Information

  • UEFA Europa League Final Stage
  • Round 1/8
  • Old Trafford
  • Anastasios Sidiropoulos
  • 05 Aug, 20:00

Predictions

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Over 2.5 In Full Time
5/2 Bookmaker
71%Panelty

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Both Teams Not To Score
19/10 Bookmaker
58%Panelty

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First Goalscorer - Miguel Bruno Fernandes

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League Table

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Recent Head-to-Head Results

05-Aug-2020
Manchester United 2-1 LASK Linz
12-Mar-2020
LASK Linz 0-5 Manchester United

Manchester United Last 5 Games

12/09/2020
Aston Villa 1-0 Manchester United
L
16/08/2020
Sevilla 2-1 Manchester United
L
10/08/2020
Manchester United 1-0 FC Copenhagen
W
05/08/2020
Manchester United 2-1 LASK Linz
W
26/07/2020
Leicester City 0-2 Manchester United
W

LASK Linz Last 5 Games

11/09/2020
LASK Linz 1-0 Austria Wien
W
05/09/2020
LASK Linz 1-1 Jahn Regensburg
D
29/08/2020
ASV Siegendorf 0-3 LASK Linz
W
22/08/2020
LASK Linz 0-2 Karlsruher
L
19/08/2020
LASK Linz 1-4 Werder Bremen
L

Lineups

Manchester United
(4-2-3-1)
LASK Linz
(3-4-3)
  • 22. S. Romero

  • 53. B. Williams

    72'
  • 3. E. Bailly

  • 24. T. Fosu-Mensah

    84'
  • 5. H. Maguire

  • 14. J. Lingard Goal

    63'
  • 8. Mata

  • 17. Fred

    64'
  • 9. D. James

    84'
  • 0. S. McTominay Yellow Card

  • 25. O. Ighalo

Substitutes

  • 13. L. Grant

  • 71. T. Mengi

    84'
  • 29. A. Wan-Bissaka

  • 15. Andreas Pereira

    64'
  • 0. Bruno Fernandes

  • 37. J. Garner

  • 6. P. Pogba

    63'
  • 31. N. Matić

  • 9. A. Martial Goal

    84'
  • 0. M. Rashford

  • 26. M. Greenwood

  • 1. A. Schlager

  • 26. R. Ranftl

  • 18. G. Trauner

  • 6. P. Wiesinger Goal

    73'
  • 30. A. Andrade

    80'
  • 10. P. Michorl Yellow Card

  • 25. J. Holland

  • 14. H. Balic

    66'
  • 7. R. Renner

  • 28. D. Frieser

  • 29. M. Raguz

Substitutes

  • 36. T. Gebauer

  • 24. T. Lawal

  • 15. C. Ramsebner

  • 5. P. Filipović

    80'
  • 43. N. Celic

  • 21. M. Wostry

  • 23. S. Haudum

  • 19. V. Müller

  • 11. D. Reiter

    66'
  • 33. T. Sabitzer

    73'

Live Match Stats

Manchester United Manchester United
LASK Linz LASK Linz
5
Corners
3
3
Shots On Target
4
57
Possession
43
1
Yellow Cards
1
0
Red Cards
0
6
Shots Off Target
8
110
Attacks
132
65
Dangerous
35

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Manchester United v LASK Linz

    Manchester United 2 - 1 LASK Linz - Match Report

    Date published: 8/5/2020 11:58:29 PM

    Manchester United 2 - 1 LASK Linz - Match Report

    Manchester United complete rout of LASK to reach Europa League quarter-finals

    Substitute Anthony Martial secured Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s underwhelming side a comeback win against LASK on a night when Manchester United’s progress to the Europa League quarter-finals was never in doubt.

    Five months on from hitting five without reply in Austria, the sides belatedly resumed battle at an empty Old Trafford with the outcome of the last-16 encounter all but certain.

    LASK were far better than that strange night in March and Philipp Wiesinger’s stunner gave the fans back in Linz something to cheer about, but Jesse Lingard quickly levelled before Martial wrapped up a 2-1 win on the night and 7-1 triumph on aggregate.

    A quarter-final clash with Copenhagen awaits in Cologne on Monday as attention turns to the final eight tournament in Germany, where Solskjaer will attempt to add silverware to this season’s third-placed league finish.

    The United boss made nine changes from the 2-0 win at Leicester and few of those peripheral players called upon did themselves justice on Wednesday, particularly during a dire first half in which they did not manage a shot on target.

    LASK, who have had a turbulent few months, had the better of the opening period and went ahead in the second half through Wiesinger’s beautiful curling effort.

    But that lead was shortlived as Lingard fired his second in as many games, with substitute Martial tucking home his 23rd of the season late on after neat build-up play with Juan Mata.

    The Spaniard grew into the game having uncharacteristically mistimed a cross to an open Odion Ighalo just four minutes in – a moment that set the tone in the first half.

    Harry Maguire’s presence at corners was the biggest threat for the disjointed hosts, while LASK displayed hunger without the requisite quality in front of goal.

    Andres Andrade saw a header hit the bar before Wiesinger lashed just wide in the 10th minute, while recalled Sergio Romero dealt with a Marko Raguz attempt later in the half.

    The half-time whistle brought a welcome break to a dreadful match that could only improve after the break.

    Four minutes into the second half – and moments after a firework echoed around the empty stands – Odion Ighalo wriggled free to get away United’s first effort on target.

    Brandon Williams’ cross just evaded the stretching Lingard and Daniel James as Solskjaer’s side went in search of a goal that would instead come in some style at the other end.

    After Timothy Fosu-Mensah turned a threatening cross behind his own goal, the corner was only cleared as far as Wiesinger and the defender hit a stunning curler from 25 yards that bent in the top right-hand corner.

    Wiesinger went close to adding to that 55th minute wonder strike moments later – a missed opportunity United quickly capitalised on.

    Mata met a misplaced ball with a lovely first-time pass that sent Lingard scampering through to slot past goalkeeper Alexander Schlager in the 57th minute.

    Mata and Fosu-Mensah had attempts before Romero kept out a thumping Dominik Reiter strike from an acute angle as changes took the sting back out of the match.

    Scott McTominay fizzed wide before Solskjaer handed a first-team debut to 18-year-old defender Teden Mengi, who came on at the same time as Martial.

    The France forward was rested with the final tournament in mind and wrapped up victory two minutes from time. Neat build-up with Mata was followed by a shot that trickled over the line after Schlager failed to stop it.

    Raguz saw an acrobatic effort thwarted before the final whistle.

    Lineups

    LASK Linz

    ( 3-4-3 )

    • 1. A. Schlager

    • 26. R. Ranftl

    • 18. G. Trauner

    • 6. P. Wiesinger Goal

      73'
    • 30. A. Andrade

      80'
    • 10. P. Michorl Yellow Card

    • 25. J. Holland

    • 14. H. Balic

      66'
    • 7. R. Renner

    • 28. D. Frieser

    • 29. M. Raguz

    Substitutes

    • 36. T. Gebauer

    • 24. T. Lawal

    • 15. C. Ramsebner

    • 5. P. Filipović

      80'
    • 43. N. Celic

    • 21. M. Wostry

    • 23. S. Haudum

    • 19. V. Müller

    • 11. D. Reiter

      66'
    • 33. T. Sabitzer

      73'