Manchester United are hoping to qualify for the Champions League group stages.
Club Brugge are hoping to stun European football by knocking out Manchester United in the final round of Champions League qualifying.
They face an uphill task with United already boasting a two goal advantage from the home leg at Old Trafford.
Brugge struck first in that game, with Michael Carrick scoring an own goal, before a Memphis Depay brace turned the game around.
The complexion of the away leg was altered by Marouane Fellaini's injury time goal, doubling United's advantage and reducing the impact of Brugge's away goal.
United will be hoping Wayne Rooney can get off the mark and score his first of the season, having failed to net in four consecutive starts.
There is no place in the side for David de Gea again, who was left at home and did not travel to Belgium.
Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones are also missing due to being unfit and injured.
- Sinan Bolat
- Óscar Duarte
- Laurens De Bock
- Boli Bolingoli-Mbombo
- Jean-Charles Castelletto
- Davy De fauw
- Ruud Vormer
- Víctor Vázquez
- Abdoulay Diaby
- Tom De Sutter
Substitutes: Sébastien Bruzzese, Dion Cools, Thomas Meunier, Lennert De Smul, Hans Vanaken, Tuur Dierckx, Mamadou Obbi Oulare.
- Sergio Romero
- Matteo Darmian
- Luke Shaw
- Chris Smalling
- Daley Blind
- Michael Carrick
- Ander Herrera
- Adnan Januzaj
- Juan Mata
- Memphis Depay
- Wayne Rooney
Substitutes: Sam Johnstone, Paddy McNair, Marouane Fellaini, Morgan Schneiderlin, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Javier Hernández, Ashley Young.
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