Manchester United take on AC Milan as the club continues the hunt for their first piece of silverware under boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The game brings together two sides sitting in second place in their respective leagues – both of whom are currently trailing to their cross-city rivals.
Over the years, Milan have had the upper hand when the two sides have come head-to-head, winning four out of five knock-out contests
The most recent meeting, however, was a resounding victory for Sir Alex Ferguson’s United who ran out 7-2 aggregate victors over Leonardo’s Milan.
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Manchester United updates
Manchester United secured a memorable 2-0 derby victory over Man City at the Etihad Stadium.
Bruno Fernandes and Luke Shaw scored the goals to clinch an unexpected, but empathic, victory for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s troops against the league leaders.
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Is Manchester United vs AC Milan on TV?
Yes, United’s game against Milan will be broadcast this Thursday, March 11, on BT Sport 1.
Kick-off is at the earlier time of 5.55pm with coverage underway from 5.15pm.
How do I stream Manchester United vs AC Milan?
BT Sport subscribers can stream the game on tablet and mobile using the BT Sport app available on Apple and Android.
You can also watch the game online here.
What is the early Manchester United vs AC Milan team news?
Paul Pogba remains on the sidelines but should be back in action in time for the second leg.
Dean Henderson is also once again likely to get the nod ahead of David De Gea.
For Milan, striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is likely to miss out on the chance to face his former side. He is currently being treated for a tear in his abductor muscle.
Other first team players currently on the sidelines and likely to face late assessments include full-back Theo Hernandez, winger Ante Rebic as well as forwards Mario Mandzukic and Hakan Calhanoglu.