When is Young Boys vs Man Utd taking place? Young Boys vs Man Utd will take place on Tuesday 14thSeptember, 2021 at 17:45 (UK)
Where is Young Boys vs Man Utd taking place? Young Boys vs Man Utd will take place at Stadion Wankdorf in Bern
Where can I get tickets for Young Boys vs Man Utd? Ticket information for Young Boys vs Man Utd can be found on each club’s official website
What TV channel is Young Boys vs Man Utd on in the UK? Young Boys vs Man Utd will be televised live on BT Sport
Where can I stream Young Boys vs Man Utd in the UK? BT Sport subscribers can stream Young Boys vs Man Utdlive via the BT Sport website & app
THE TEAM NEWS
The Red Devils are from the best the best league in Europe, and with recent additions to their squad, they have transformed themselves into contenders for the CL. Meanwhile, Young Boys are the weakest team in the group, and they easily are massive underdogs this Tuesday at the Stadion Wankdorf.
Manchester United were runners-up in the previous edition of the Premier League, and this time around, they have raced to the top of the table – and that too with an unbeaten record.
They are scoring goals in plenty, and the arrival of the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho etc have made them one of the favorites to become European champions.
The team certainly will want to start their campaign on a winning note, and we can expect them to deliver a superb performance this Tuesday.
In the meantime, the Young Boys are from the Swiss top flight – a domestic league which is comparatively much inferior to that of their English counterparts. On top of that, the team also has a poor h2h record against this foe over the years.
Likely, expect a Manchester United win this Tuesday, and do also expect their talisman Ronaldo to get on the scoresheet.
Young Boys vs Manchester United: Head-to-head (h2h)
- The Devils have a 100% winning record.
- They have kept clean sheets in every single meeting so far.
- The combined scorecard for the past two clashes is 4-0, in their favor.
- The Young Boys have a 100% winless record against English teams, barring their sole win against Tottenham in 2010.
Manchester United begin their Champions League campaign against Young Boys at Stadion Wankdorf on Tuesday afternoon (17:45 UK time).
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men are flying high following the return of club legend Cristiano Ronaldo while their Swiss opponents hope to bring them down to earth.
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Scoreline prediction: Young Boys 0-3 Man Utd
The Young Boys were winless in seven of their past fifteen fixtures, and they have a single clean sheet to their name in their past eight games. Do also note that they have managed a total of just three clean sheets in eight of their past eleven appearances at home.
On the other hand, their counterparts are on a six-game unbeaten streak, and had won four of their past five match-ups. They have kept clean sheets in two of their former five fixtures, and they had scored four or more goals in three of their last five games.
Taking into account these observations, as well as the respective leagues these two come from, and the previous h2h stats, expect a convincing win for Manchester United. Do also expect the ever dependable Cristiano to find the back of the net as well
Young Boys vs Man Utd build-up & previous line-ups:
Not much is being expected of Young Boys in a Champions League group that also features Europa League holders Villarreal and Atalanta who have reached the round of 16 or further in each of the last two seasons. The 15-time Swiss champions, now coached by former Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner, have never escaped the first phase since the competition’s inception. On the domestic front Young Boys are currently fourth after winning two of their five matches played. The club from Bern, who have a game in hand on their rivals, only setback came on matchday three when they suffered a 1-0 loss at Sion.
It’s amazing how one transfer can lift an entire football club and change the atmosphere. Cristiano Ronaldo’s unlikely return to Old Trafford has galvanised Manchester United and their supporters. Last season’s Premier League runner-up had already acquired the services of Jadon Sancho and Raphaël Varane but this signing is on another level. Ronaldo made it clear he’s back to win the big prizes and since he left 12 years ago the Red Devils reached one more final under Sir Alex Ferguson but following the legendary Scotsman’s departure in 2013 they’ve reached the knockout phase on three occasions across seven seasons. During that same period Ronaldo won four more European Cup honours to go with his 2008 success which is United’s most recent triumph.
- YOUNG BOYS
- Starting XI (4-4-2): Von Ballmoos; Hefti, Lauper, Camara, Garcia; Fassnacht, Aebischer, Martins, Moumi Ngamaleu; Elia, Siebatcheu
- UNAVAILABLE: Lustenberger (Injured), Maier (Injured), Monteiro (Injured), Nsame (Injured)
- QUESTIONABLE: Lefort (Fitness), Zesiger (Injured)
- MAN UTD
- Starting XI (4-2-3-1): De Gea; Wan Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Fred, Pogba; van de Beek, Fernandes, Sancho; Ronaldo
- UNAVAILABLE: Diallo (Injured), Rashford (Injured), Telles (Injured)
- QUESTIONABLE: Cavani (Injured), Henderson (Fitness), Jones (Fitness), McTominay (Injured)