Turkish fans flock to Manchester
Galatasaray seem to have brought quite the crowd to fill the away end this evening.
Manchester has been full of travelling fans enjoying their trip.
They will make themselves heard in Old Trafford tonight.
Eagles flying high in Manchester
After beating Crystal Palace in the Carabao Cup during the week, the pair met once again at Old Trafford on Saturday.
Roy Hodgson’s side came away with a 1-0 victory on this occasion, much to the displeasure of the fans.
Erik ten Hag’s side have struggled in matches at home this season and will be keen this evening to rectify that with an impressive victory this evening.
Hojlund taking time to adapt
Rasmus Hojlund has only scored one goal since his big money move from Atalanta.
Not through want of trying, but things just have not got going for the striker yet.
He will be keen to get on the scoresheet tonight, hoping that it will kickstart his season and Man Utd career.
Misfiring Red Devils need to bounce back
Man Utd fans have been lured into their team’s season has got started on numerous times only to see things go pear-shaped once again.
While the majority of their anger has been directed towards the owners, at some point, the players and manager will come under fire.
Ten Hag’s side need to start showing their supporters, on the pitch, that they have the credentials to have a successful season
Former United player looking to make point
Wilfried Zaha joined Man Utd and had a torrid time at the Old Trafford club, rarely getting any game time in the first team.
He then switched to Crystal Palace where his Premier League career blossomed.
Zaha will be looking to put in a huge performance against the club who did not utilise his skills and make them pay for their decisions.
Welcome to Man Utd vs Galatasaray
Man Utd welcome Galatasaray to Old Trafford this evening with the Red Devils needing to bounce back from their defeat against Bayern Munich in the first round of fixtures in the group.
Erik ten Hag’s side will again be without Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Luke Shaw, Lisando Martinez, Tyrrell Malacia, Kobbie Manoo and Amad Diallo as they all miss out through injury.
Antony could be involved having returned to the club after a leave of absence, while Jadon Sancho will still not be involved following his fall-out with the manager.
Sergio Reguilon missed the Crystal Palace game on the weekend but he is expected to make a timely return which would allow Sofyan Amrabat to return to central midfield alongside Casemiro.
Bruno Fernandes may switch to the right hand side for this evening’s game with Marcus Rashford and Mason Mount also supporting Rasmus Hojlund as the central striker.
Galatasaray will be without Kazimcan Karatas through injury and on-loan Chelsea player Hakim Ziyech is also a major doubt.
Mauro Icardi will lead the line having scored 10 goals in 12 appearances in all competitions this season and will be supported by Kerem Akturkoglu and Dries Mertens.
Former Premier League players Wilfried Zaha, Davinson Sanchez and Lucas Torreira are all expected to make the starting XI for the Turkish side this evening.