On Tuesday, Manchester United will play RB Leipzig , knowing that a point would see them secure their place in the Europa Elite Competition’s Knockout Round.
Paris Saint-Germain joined RB Leipzig and United, on 9 points in Group H and all of them are fighting for a place in the leading European competition knockout round.
The men of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who last time out lost 1-3 at home to PSG, came into the match with an impressive 1-3 win over West Ham United of David Moyes.
Here, Infosive takes a look at how the Red Devils could line-up in Germany.
Absent; Fred (suspended), Phil Jones (knee)
Possible; Luke Shaw (hamstring), Anthony Martial (muscle), David de Gea (knee), Edinson Cavani (muscle).
United boss could opt to pick a back three on Tuesday Night after recording plenty of success with a 3-4-1-2 formation, including their 1-2 away to PSG in the competition earlier this season.
Axel Tuanzebe is in contention for a place in United Starting XI while Alex Telles should get the chance at left-back as Luke Shaw is still out, injured with a hamstring injury.
The Red Devils will make do without the services of Fred who was sent off in the defeat to PSG last week and this could see Paul Pogba come into the side after scoring a magnificent long-range goal against West Ham. He could partner Scott Mc Tominay at the base of the midfield.
Both Anthony Martial and Edinson Cavani limped off against West Ham at the weekend. This means that English stars Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood could start alongside each other as a possible front two.
Cavani seems to have a higher chance of making the United squad more than French star Martial, although it wouldn’t be a shock to have him back on the bench even if he’s fit.
Bruno Fernandes was given a 45 minutes rest on Saturday’s Premier League clash but he is expected to be back in the Starting XI.
And the Portuguese star would aim to put up an impressive showing which is widely key to his side’s progress to the next round.
David De Gea should come in to replace Dean Henderson in goals, having missed the trip to West Ham United owing to a sore knee.
Here is a likely line up: David De Gea; Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Axel Tuanzebe, Aaron Wan-Bissaka; Scott Mc Tominay, Paul Pogba, Alex Telles; Bruno Fernandes, Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford.