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Manchester United thrashed Real Betis 4-1 on Thursday in a surprise and lopsided first leg of the Europa League round of 16 at Old Trafford.

Bruno Fernandes scored a goal and provided an assist as United reacted loudly to a 7-0 defeat to Liverpool at the weekend, the Red Devils also scoring goals from Marcus Rashford, Anthony and Wout Weghorst.

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Betis are fifth in La Liga and feeling good after a goalless draw with Real Madrid at the weekend, and Ayoze Pérez, who equalized in the 32nd minute, set the Spaniards up for an important second half that didn’t take place for the away side.

The club last won the trophy at the 2021-22 Copa del Rey and would be delighted to add the continental crown to their trophy box.

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Bruno Fernandes: The people who accused Bruno of the resurrection will sing his praises in four days; A goal, an assist, five created chances and eight rebounds in a daring game.

Wut Weghorst: Deservedly scored a goal at the end of his best shift in the Red Devils shirt.

John: The veteran winger did his job, but his teammates didn’t help him.

Marcus Rashford: It wasn’t his best overall performance by any means, but what he scored in the first leg ensured United won the lead.

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Marcus Rashford goal video: striker crushes Red Devils ahead

Ayoze Perez goal video: Former Newcastle and Leicester player equalises

Video of Anthony’s goal: Ajax put the Red Devils back in first place

Bruno Fernandes goal video: the Portuguese headbutts with his head, the score is 3:1

Wout Weghorst goal video: And Road rout included

How to watch Manchester United vs Real Betis live, stream link and start time

Start: 3:00 pm ET Thursday
TV Channel/Broadcast: Paramount Plus
Updates: Via

Key storylines and star players

All Manchester United players will be watching their reactions to the brutal defeat at Anfield and Casemiro’s potential absence looks very serious. Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes will be the keys to success.

Betis are living without Nabil Fekir and are eyeing 10-goal player Borge Iglesias, who leads the club in both goals and assists in La Liga. Brazilian playmaker Luis Enrique is also worth keeping an eye on as the 22-year-old continues to adjust to the level after rising through the ranks at Fluminese.

Manchester United Team News, Injuries, Squad Options

NOT REMOVED: Donny van de Beek (knee), Christian Eriksen (ankle), Anthony Martial (groin), Mason Greenwood (investigation)

Real Betis team news, injuries, squad options

OUT: Nabik Fekir (ACL), Martin Montoya (undisclosed)

Manchester United passed their first test since a lopsided defeat to Liverpool last week, and now the Red Devils are hailing some saints at Old Trafford on Sunday (watch live at 10:00 am ET on USA Network And online via Peacock Premium).

The Red Devils have turned a 7-0 defeat at Liverpool into a 4-1 victory over Real Betis in Europa League action and are now enjoying their chances to increase the pressure on Southampton for relegation.

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The Saints, meanwhile, are still fuming after a 1-0 win over old nemesis Leicester City, propelling them back to the safety of the Premier League with 13 matches left to play.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Manchester United vs Southampton.

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How to watch Manchester United v Southampton live, stream link and start time

Start: 10:00 AM ET, Sunday
TV channel/Broadcast: Online via Peacock Premium

Key storylines and star players

Manchester United bounced back brilliantly from Bruno Fernandez, who scored a goal and provided an assist against Real Betis. Fernandes does not want to leave the squad and he will like his chances to open the Southampton back line.

The Saints’ Carlos Alcaraz showed the club exactly what he wanted from strikers with a goal against Leicester, but the minor injury he celebrated wasn’t ideal. The Saints will hope he’s ready to face Manchester United, who may be battling for energy after a snowy, cold beating by Betis.

Manchester United Team News, Injuries, Squad Options

QUESTION: Marcel Sabitzer (knock). NOT REMOVED: Christian Eriksen (ankle), Mason Greenwood (team discipline), Anthony Martial (groin), Donny van de Beek (knee).

Southampton team news, injuries, squad options

QUESTION: Carlos Alcaraz (knee). OUT: Juan Larios (muscle), Valentino Livramento (muscle).

The UEFA Europa League and Conference League rounds of 16 are coming up, with some tasty clashes planned against Manchester United, West Ham and Arsenal in the pursuit of silver.

Two out of three are very well prepared for the second legs

Manchester United are 4-1 ahead of Real Betis in La Liga after knocking out Barcelona 4-3 in two legs of the knockout round while Arsenal drew against Sporting CP in Portugal with a score of 2:2.

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Union Berlin survived the Ajax challenge and will now have to face another union, the Belgian Union Saint-Gilloise, while Juventus survived Nantes and will play Freiburg in the Bundesliga.

Jose Mourinho’s Roma are also still playing after losing to Salzburg in the first leg. And Loopy now gets a very tricky Real Sociedad on its way to the quarter-finals, but looked good in the first 90 minutes.

As for the UEFA Conference League, in the 1/8 finals of the Premier League “West Ham United” will meet the Cypriot AEK from Larnaca. The first match was 2-0 and David Moyes can feel comfortable with what lies ahead.

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The Europa League final will be held in Budapest and the Conference League final in Prague.

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