Man Utd vs Roma: Live stream free, TV channel, teams and kick-off time for Europa League semi-final TONIGHT

MANCHESTER UNITED are hosting Roma in the first-leg of their Europa League semi-final.

The two European heavyweights are set to battle it out for a place in the final, which is all set for May 26 in Gdansk.

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United saw off Spanish side Granada with minimal fuss in the last round, while Roma battled past Ajax.

What time does Man Utd vs Roma kick off?

  • The first leg of this two-legged affair will be held on Thursday, April 29.
  • Kick-off is at 8pm BST.
  • It's the first competitive meeting between the sides since 2008, when Man Utd won a Champions League knockout clash 1-0 here thanks to a goal from Carlos Tevez.

What TV channel is Man Utd vs Roma on and can I live stream it?

  • You can catch all of the action live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultmate.
  • Coverage begins at 7pm.
  • If you are a BT subscriber or have BT Broadband, you can watch BT Sport by downloading the official app on your mobile, tablet, PC or games console.

How can I watch for free?

  • EE customers can get BT Sport INCLUDED to their plan at no extra cost if they are on a plan with Smart Benefits – simply log in to EE and choose BT Sport app.
  • And then get it on the big screen by texting SPORT to 150 to get a FREE three-month trial of large screen so you can cast all the action on your TV.
  • At the end of the three months you will automatically roll onto the £15 per month subscription unless cancelled.

What is the team news?

Match odds

  • Man Utd to win – 1/2
  • Draw – 16/5
  • Roma victory – 9/2

*All odds from Paddy Power and correct at time of publication.

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    TEAM NEWS

    There are three changes to the United side that drew with Leeds last weekend.

    De Gea is back between the sticks, replacing Henderson.

    While youngsters James and Greenwood make way for experience in the shape of Pogba and Cavani.

    Rashford appears to have recovered from his foot injury.

    Meanwhile former United players Smalling and Mkhitaryan start for Roma at Old Trafford.

    Former City man Dzeko leads the charge this evening and will no-doubt be glad United fans aren't in attendance.

     

  • George Moore

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    ROMA BENCH

    83. Mirante, 87. Fuzato, 14. Villar, 18. Santon, 21. Mayoral, 24. Kumbulla, 31. Perez, 33. Bruno Peres, 54. Ciervo, 55. Darboe. 

     

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    UNITED BENCH

    13. Grant, 26. Henderson, 27. A.Telles, 3. Bailly,38. Tuanzebe, 33. Williams, 19. Amad, 21. James, 8. Mata, 31. Matic, 34. van de Beek, 11. Greenwood

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    ROMA XI

    13. Pau Lopez, 6. Smalling, 4. Cristante, 3. Ibanez, 2. Karsdorp, 42. Diawara, 17. Veretout, 37. Spinazzola, 7. Pellegrini, 77. Mkhitaryan, 9. Dzeko

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    MAN UTD XI

    1. De Gea, 2. Lindelof, 5. Maguire, 6. Pogba, 7. Cavani, 10. Rashford, 17. Fred, 18. B.Fernandes, 23. Shaw, 29. Wan-Bissaka, 39. Mctominay
  • Rebecca Chaplin

    GOALS, GOALS, GOALS.

    In case you needed reminding…

    Here are United's ten Europa League goals so far

    Who is scoring for them this evening?

    https://twitter.com/ManUtd/status/1387741957238165504?s=20

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    HISTORY BOOKS

    If history is anything to go by, United have a strong chance this evening.

    Of their last seven meetings with Roma, they've only lost once.

    Mind you, all of those clashes were in the Champions League.

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    GOOD EVENING

    Manchester United may be favourites to lift the Europa League trophy, but they have to welcome Roma, and several former players, to Old Trafford first.

    Added to that is the fact that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer seems to have a thing about semi-finals.

    The Manchester United boss has lost his four previous semi-finals. But is this year his strongest chance of silverware?

    Solskjaer knows that the domestic title is heading to their neighbours and that this is his only chance to lift a trophy this season.

    Having won his last piece of silverware in 2013 with Molde, Solskjaer has claimed it would be a "dream come true" to win his first trophy as United boss.

    United will be without Anthony Martial this evening, but they do have a boost in the shape of Marcus Rashford.

    The forward has been suffering with a foot injury, but is in contention, so too is Eric Bailly who could make his first appearance in six weeks.

    Former United defender Chris Smalling has missed plenty of action for Roma with a thigh injury, but is expected to be deemed fit for his return this evening.

    Another familiar face likely to line up for Roma this evening is Henrikh Mkhitaryan, but United are probably more concerned with Edin Dzeko.

    The former Manchester City man enjoyed scoring plenty of goals against United while based in the city- can Harry Maguire and co keep him quiet this evening?

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