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The hosts have enjoyed home comforts for a while now, and haven’t lost a domestic home match since March 2019. They have, however, lost two European home encounters in that time to Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain. In fact, since the start of the 2018/19 campaign they’ve been inconsistent in European home clashes (W3, D3, L3).
Although enduring a run of four away games in their last six competitive fixtures, Man United have emerged with a positive record (W3, D1, L2). Each of those three wins saw them lead ‘to nil’ at half time, but they do have just five Premier League (PL) clean sheets all season.
Man United did keep a clean sheet in their first four UEL clashes this season through, and have lost just one of their last nine UEL away encounters (W5, D3). Notably, eight of those ended with under 2.5 goals.
Players to watch: Brugge are yet to lose this season when Emmanuel Dennis has scored (W5, D2) – he fired in a 30-minute brace against Real Madrid in October 2019.
Man United have never lost a UEL match in which Anthony Martial has scored (W3, D1), and he netted in their 2-0 win over Chelsea on Monday.
The Belgian league leaders welcome United to the Jan Breydel Stadium for the first leg of their last-32 tie.
United have had just a few days to prepare for the encounter, having last been in action against Chelsea on Monday night.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to make several changes to his starting lineup, but former Red Devil Owen has warned the United boss of the task ahead.
“A busy week for Manchester United, who picked up a win at Stamford Bridge before travelling to Belgium for the first leg of their Europa League tie, Owen told Bet Victor
Dortmund: Bürki – Akanji, Hummels (c), Zagadou – Hakimi, Can, Witsel, Guerreiro – Hazard, Haaland, Sancho
Out: Delaney (knee), Reus (groin)
Doubtful: Brandt (ankle)
Coach: Lucien favre
PSG: Navas – Meunier, Marquinhos, Silva (c), Bernat – Di Maria, Gueye, Verratti, Neymar – Mbappe, Icardi
Out: Dagba (knee), Diallo (thigh)
Doubtful: Bernat (calf)
Coach: Thomas Tuchel
Dortmund picked up 10 points from their six Group F matches this season to finish second behind Barcelona. They lost to Tottenham Hotspur in this stage of the 2018-19 competition, though, and have not actually reached the quarter-finals of the European Cup since 2016-17, which is somewhat of a surprise considering their quality.
As mentioned, Dortmund and PSG have only locked horns on two previous occasions, and both matches finished level during the group stage of the 2010-11 competition. This is actually BVB’s 14th Champions League campaign, and they famously made the final of the tournament in 2013.
BVB have only won four of their last 11 Champions League matches, though, and have recorded just five victories in their last 13 European fixtures on home soil.