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Stream, TV channels, start times, team news for TONIGHT’s Champions League big clash

MANCHESTER UNITED hosts Atletico Madrid in their round of 16 second leg against TONIGHT – and a match not to be missed.

Both sides will be keen to reach the quarter-finals of the tournament, especially Manchester United as they have not made it to that round since 2019.

Ironically, the Red Devils were beaten by Spain’s dominance in that campaign and with a draw all-ready at 1-1, the game could be in favor of either side.

United will return to Old Trafford, and hopefully Cristiano Ronaldo can score a hat-trick against Spurs.

But Ralf Rangnick’s backline will have an uphill battle against dynamic duo Joao Felix and Antoine Griezmann.

When does Man Utd vs Atletico Madrid start?

  • Manchester United vs Atletico Madrid takes place TONIGHT – Tuesday, March 15.
  • The game is scheduled to start at 8pm UK time.
  • It is taking place at Old Trafford in Manchester.
  • Last time at the Wanda Metropolitano, United drew Atletico with a score of 1-1.

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

  • The match between Manchester United and Atletico Madrid will be televised live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport 2 HD channels.
  • The scope of the fixture will begin at 7pm UK time – an hour before the match starts.
  • Registered members can stream the match live via the BT Sport website or app.

What is team news?

Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has confirmed he has “all the players available” for tonight’s HUGE competition.

That means Bruno Fernandes should be fit and ready to go after missing out on the 3-2 win over Spurs with Covid-19.

As well as Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay, who were also not present to witness Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance.

Atletico Madrid may be short of EIGHT players for the trip to Old Trafford.

However, Yannick Carrasco was removed from suspension; Thomas Lemar, Matheus Cunha, Daniel Wass, Sime Vrsaljiko, Mario Hermoso and now Geoffrey Kondogbia all look unlikely to feature in the latter.

On the other hand, Diego Simeone’s set to welcome striker Angel Correa back into the squad seems to have eliminated his and magician Koke’s ankle problems, despite his recent muscle problems.

Catch up on all the latest from Old Trafford in our live blog…

  • Diego’s point of view to prove

    The Madrid giants lost to Chelsea in the ’round of 16′ last season, but they have reached the quarter-finals or better in five of the last eight Champions League campaigns under Diego Simeone.

    Atletico have won nine of their twelve two-leg knockout matches against the English opponent.

    However, they have lost twice to Liverpool in the group stage of this season.

  • Balanced Competency Certificate

    Standing fifth in the Premier League table, United cannot naturally enter next year’s tournament with fourth-placed Arsenal having three games in hand.

    Another route for Rangnick’s team is to actually win the trophy, which they last did in 2008.

    The last time United reached the quarter-finals of the Champions League 2019, when they lost 4-0 on aggregate to Barcelona.

  • Up the Anti

    Italian football icon Antonio Cassano insists Cristiano Ronaldo is NOT one of the best players in the world.

    That’s despite the Manchester United star becoming the most prolific goalscorer in history following his hat-trick in a 3-2 win over Tottenham.

    Ronaldo has scored 18 goals in all competitions since his emotional return to Old Trafford, an impressive feat for the 37-year-old striker.

    But former Real Madrid and Inter player Cassano, who has conceded 39 times against Italy, still refuses to rank him among the best on the planet.

    Cassano told Bobo TV: “I take my hat off to the 807 goals he scored. But Cristiano Ronaldo is not among the best in the world.

    “Scorer? Yes. Is he a strong striker? Also. Did he win titles? Yes.

    “Cristiano Ronaldo is like [Pippo] Inzaghi and [David] Trezeguet. They are great players, but to be honest, playing football is something else. “

  • Save that one

    This Atletico Madrid fan has yet to forget the roots of their former goalkeeper David De Gea.

    The Spaniard admitted before the first leg that Old Trafford now feels at home for him, after more than a decade at Manchester.

    But who knows if this fan is snapping a nostalgic selfie or one he could use to mock his team’s ex-stopper on social media.

    Credit: Reuters
  • Tonight’s odds from Betfair

    Here’s how the two teams are eyeing the bookies ahead of tonight’s game – and these odds are provided by Betfair.

    Man Utd won 23/20

    Drawing 11/5

    Atletico Madrid 11/4

  • Fans, please ring Rang’s ear

    Rangnick says being swarmed by a packed stadium makes them feel as though they have extra men on the field.

    He said: “Just like in the game against Spurs, we need both our players and supporters to be in top form.

    “Antonio Conte said after the game that it’s a very difficult atmosphere to play and that’s the biggest compliment you can get, when the opponent’s head coach says so.

    “Our supporters play an important role, it’s always been a special atmosphere at Old Trafford. They can be our 12th or 13th player on the pitch and make the difference.

    “It’s been a special experience for everyone but ultimately it’s up to us.

    “We’re the team on Saturday that wants to win that game. Our supporters realize how much we want to win that game and they play an important role – and against At Atletico, we need that too.”

  • Prove how good Eu is!

    Ralf Rangnick to his Manchester United stars: This is your chance to prove you belong at the top of Europe, write NEIL CUSTIS.

    The Red Devils are just 90 minutes away from being within eight Champions League places for the second time in eight seasons.

    After a thrilling 3-2 win over Tottenham on Saturday, he believes they will be there.

    United are locked with a 1-1 scoreline with Atletico Madrid in the second leg of the round of 16 tonight at Old Trafford.

    Manager Rangnick said: “It’s our own sporting ambition. We have very high ambitions, we want to proceed, we want to show we can compete with the best teams in the country. Europe and we will try and win the game.”

    “Wouldn’t it be nice if we won? That’s exactly how we started the game.

    “We have a great chance to get into the top eight teams in Europe and this is exactly what we are trying to achieve.

    “The game against Tottenham showed the level we can play and I’m sure with 10 or 20% more we can win against Madrid.

    “Everybody on the team is highly motivated and we can’t wait for the game to start.”

  • Good evening Red Devils fans

    Welcome to SunSport’s live blog about Manchester United’s Champions League round of 16 match against Atletico Madrid.

    And what a rollercoaster season for the three-time winners of this famous contest.

    They managed to get through the group stage thanks to a series of belated wins and Cristiano Ronaldo’s equalizers.

    But win the group they did – and here they are in the last 16 of Europe’s top club competition.

    It looks like spring is coming and there could be a new life for Ralf Rangnick after a few chilling months at the helm.

    The sad truth is that United haven’t been able to pull off a streak of three wins in all competitions all season.

    And the habit of conceding a goal has become an epidemic for the performance and fortune of the club.

    Undoubtedly, the lack of cohesion within the squad and among senior players in the first team, resulted in gameplay that seemed disjointed and out of sync.

    It didn’t show more than when Cristiano Ronaldo was playing.

    Frustrated and anonymous for a week, sensational the next – possibly the hottest talent in Manchester United history could cement his place as possibly the greatest ever United player if he It took them to Champions League glory this season.

    And in what way?

    Pesky, cute, full of energy, like Diego Simeone and Atletico Madrid.

    Certainly, if not for the smooth passes and movements, this bears all the hallmarks of an explosive knockout classic at Old Trafford.

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