Erik ten Hag's Manchester United are scheduled to host Xavi Hernandez-led Barcelona at the Old Trafford in the UEFA Europa League 2022-23 Playoff fixture on Thursday night. In their last 10 fixtures across all competitions, the Red Devils have won six, lost one and played three draws while the Catalan giants have won nine games and played a draw.
While Man United are placed at the third spot in the Premier League standings with just three points away from the second-placed Manchester City, Barcelona have managed the top spot in the La Liga standings and are eight points clear of the second-placed Real Madrid.
- Manchester United and Barcelona have faced each other 14 times in the UEFA competitions and the latter dominated the fixture with six wins while the Red Devils won three matches and five games ended into draws.
- In their first leg of the UEL Playoff fixture this year, Barcelona held Man United 2-2 at the Camp Nou.
UEFA Europa League 2022-23: Manchester United vs Barcelona
When and where will the Manchester United vs Barcelona Playoff match take place?
The UEFA Europa League Playoff match between Manchester United and Barcelona will take place on Friday, February 24 at 01:30 am IST at the Old Trafford.
Where to watch the live telecast of the Manchester United vs Barcelona Playoff match in India?
The live telecast of the UEFA Europa League Playoff match between Manchester United and Barcelona will be available on Sony Sports Network in India.
Where to watch the live stream of the Manchester United vs Barcelona Playoff match in India?
The live stream of the UEFA Europa League Playoff match between Manchester United and Barcelona will be available on Sony LIV, Jio TV and Airtel Xstream in India.
Where to catch live scores of the Manchester United vs Barcelona Playoff match in India?
SportsTiger website and app will provide you with live scores and live updates of all the UEFA Europa League 2022-23 matches.
Predicted Playing XI:
Manchester United: David de Gea (GK), Luke Shaw, Lisandro Martinez, Raphael Varane, Diogo Dalot, Bruno Fernandez, Casemiro, Fred, Jadon Sancho, Wout Weghorst, Marcus Rashford
Barcelona: Marc-Andre ter Stegen (GK), Ronald Araujo, Jules Kounde, Marcos Alonso, Jordi Alba, Gavi, Frenkie de Jong, Sergi Roberto, Raphinha, Ansu Fati, Robert Lewandowski