LAK vs MUN Dream11: Manchester United will look to extend the unbeaten streak when they travel to Austria for the first leg of UEFA Europa League round-of-16 tie at Linzer Stadion on Thursday night. The match will be played behind the closed doors due to the coronavirus threat. The Red Devils are on a 10-game unbeaten streak across all competitions and are well and truly on an upward trajectory. The top-4, which seemed out of reach only a couple of months ago, is well in their reach with Chelsea sitting only three points above them at fourth place. United are also the most high-profile team left in this competition and are being seen as favourites to lift the trophy, or at least reach the final which will be played in Poland. That said, LASK will be a tough nut to crack in front of the home fans. They are on a decent run of their own and have been the team to beat in domestic competition this season. Even in Europe, their form is commendable, unbeaten in six games heading into this encounter.
Host: LASK Visitors: Manchester United Competition: UEFA Europa League Match Venue: Linzer Stadion Capacity: 21,005 Match Timing: March 12, @11:25 PM
LAK vs MUN Dream11 Football Team Prediction – Odds checker:
LASK to win: 1.36 (9/25), Probability to happen: 73.53% Manchester United to win: 9.00 (8/1), Probability to happen: 11.11% Draw: 4.50 (7/2), Probability to happen: 22.22%
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LASK vs Manchester United Team News:
LASK Team News:
LASK will be without key defender Philipp Wiesinger who was sent off for two bookable offences in the 2nd leg of their round-of-32 tie. He is suspended for this game as a result.
Another defender in the form of Petar Filipovic is out of this game due to the accumulation of yellow cards.
Markus Wostry and Christian Ramsebner are likely to deputize for the above-mentioned suspended players.
In addition, midfielder duo Thomas Goiginger and Marvin Potzmann are out of this game due to injury issues.
Husein Balic will be a game-time call.
LASK key players:
Marko Raguz: He is red-hit at the moment. LASK's best bet to score a goal in this game. He has scored 11 times this season, including five in Europa League.
Thomas Goiginger: One of the best passer of the ball in this team. He can impact the game with his passing alone. He carries a threat in goal as well. Goals 09.
Dominik Frieser: Scored twice in Europa League so far. He has 10 goals this season.
Gernot Trauner: He could be the dark horse in this game. He is very good during dead ball situations.
Manchester United team news:
United have a lengthy injury list at the moment, but the recent run also indicates the depth of the squad.
Marcus Rashford remains out with no firm timetable as he recovers from a back injury.
Paul Pogba is still not 100% match fit and will sit out this game as a result.
Anthony Martial was not seen in Manchester United's training ground ahead, so consider him a doubt for this match.
Diogo Dalot and Jesse Lingard were also absent from the training ground and may miss this match.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka picked up a knock at the weekend's game against Manchester City and will be monitored before the match.
But Phil Jones may return as he was pictured in the training ground.
Manchester United key players:
Odion Ighalo: What a signing he has been for United. Already up and running with a couple of goals, the former Watford hitman will start this game with an aim to add to his goals tally.
Mason Greenwood: One of the young stars coming through United's academy. He has had a breakthrough season.
Juan Mata: The Spaniard is a class act. He will be key here for Red Devils.