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MetiNews.Com - How to watch Man Utd's Europa League match against Granada
Breaking News ! Manchester United travel to Spain this Thursday, April 8, for their first-leg match against La Liga outfit Granada in the Europa League quarter-finals. Solskjaer's side are now considered clear favourites to win the tournament - they are currently priced with most bookmakers at less than 2/1. Granada are rank outsiders, priced at over 40/1. Granada, currently sitting in 9th place in the current Spanish league standings, have worn their underdog tag well so far. Their 3-2 aggregate victory over Napoli in the Last 32 was one of the shocks of the tournament so far, in this their maiden European campaign. They also won by the same scoreline in the last round against Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's old side Molde. What channel is Granada vs Man Utd on? Utd's trip to the Nuevo Estadio de Los Cármenes will be show live on BT Sport 2. Coverage of the game will start at 7.15pm with kick-off at 8.00pm.
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Can I stream Granada vs Man Utd? Yes. BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch the game on mobile and tablet by downloading and logging in through the BT Sport app available on Apple and Android. You can also watch the game online here. What is the early Granada vs Man Utd team news? One of the more remarkable elements of Granada's surprising Europa League run has been coach Diego Martinez's ability to navigate his way around a mini injury crisis. Granada go into the game with injuries to full-backs Carlos Neva and Dimitri Foulquier, while the most obvious replacement for them - Quini - is ineligible. The Spaniards do, however, have familiar faces in the form of veteran striker Roberto Soldado and Brazilian winger Kenedy. United themselves have a number of fitness issues heading into the tie. Anthony Martial may miss the remainder of the season, while a late judgement call will be needed over Marcus Rashford. Elsewhere, Alex Telles remains a doubt and Eric Bailly is still currently unavailable.