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Nov. 07, 2018

Juventus vs Manchester United LIVE goal and score updates as Ander Herrera and Jesse Lingard start



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Man Utd face Juventus in the Champions League and we've got all the action and team news for you live from the Allianz Stadium in Turin.


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UPDATED19:01, 7 NOV 2018




It's match-day four of the Champions League and Manchester United have the small matter of an away tie against Juventus to contend with this evening.

Jose Mourinho will be hoping for a better performance from his United side tonight after they were outclassed, particularly in the first half, two weeks ago at Old Trafford.

United risk slipping into third place in the group if Valencia beat Young Boys and Mourinho's side lose against Massimiliano Allegri's side in Turin.

In team news, United are without Romelu Lukaku who missed the trip to Bournemouth with an injury. The Belgian didn't train with the team at Carrington yesterday morning and Mourinho confirmed he would miss tonight's clash and is a doubt for the Manchester derby this weekend. Jesse Lingard and Ander Herrera come into the team in place of Juan Mata and Fred.

Stick with us as we bring you all the action and analysis LIVE from the Allianz Stadium in Turin.

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Juventus team

A strong looking Juventus side:

Szczęsny (GK)

De Sciglio






Alex Sandro





Three United players will be key tonight

Two United heroes share a birthday today - David de Gea and Rio Ferdinand - and it’s hard not to think that United’s defence are in for a busy night.

De Gea has got one of the things he wanted - a settled back line - but Victor Lindelof and Chris Smalling have not been able to keep a clean sheet since September 19. Coincidentally, that was United’s last away trip in the Champions League.

Keeping the opposition from scoring was something that Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic, who is in attendance tonight, regularly did but United have made a habit of going behind in 2018 and that is a trend that is hard to reverse.

Juventus had a lot of joy down United’s left-hand side at Old Trafford two weeks ago with off the ball runs and you can be sure Jose Mourinho highlighted that in the team’s analysis meetings this week.

But you would expect Anthony Martial to again line up on his favoured flank, where he has been so brilliant of late, with Luke Shaw and Paul Pogba in support.

Those three will have a big say on what happens going forward, too.


Not everyone is convinced by Lingard starting

Mata’s on the bench.

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Don't think dropping Mata for Lingard is a good idea though... #Mufc #JUVMUN

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Inside the Juventus dressing room

Still awaiting confirmation of their team news.



👀 A look inside the locker room before we get ready to #JuveMUFC 💪⭐️⚽️#UCL #ForzaJuve

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Mourinho was always going to start his 'son'

Some of those players are starting by default. Chris Smalling, Victor Lindelof and Nemanja Matic would have been bombed out if United had more quality in their squad by their starting roles are not a surprise. Mourinho is starting the same back four for the fifth game running and Matic is, as Diego Costa colourfully put it, his ‘son’. Matic was always going to start after Fred was hooked.


Team news

Two changes by Mourinho.

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Ed Woodward's in attendance

Ed Woodward and Richard Arnold have just made their way through the corridors in the bowels of the Allianz Stadium.

United’s executive vice-chairman will have dreamt of nights like this - when United are going toe to toe with a European heavyweight on the big stage like they used to.

That is a much easier image to sell to commercial partners than a night in Odessa but United chiefs have been keen to talk up challenging these kind of teams after Woodward’s previous comments - ‘playing performance doesn’t really have a meaningful impact’ - got him into trouble with United fans.

Arnold said as much at the web summit in Lisbon this week.

“The end goal is creating a virtuous circle, where more engagement with our fans equals greater opportunities for our partners,” he said.

“And that in turn equals greater revenue, and more opportunities for academy investment and world class signings to deliver the performances and success United fans expect and deserve. Expressed simply, for us to win on the pitch, we have to win off it.”