It is crunch time for United in the Europa League. Here is how you can catch their latest clash.
Group A of this season's Europa League is delicately poised ahead of the final two match-days, with this evening particularly pivotal for Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho's side are currently in third but sit just a point behind each of the top two, including tonight's opponents Feyenoord.
United face bottom-of-the-group Zorya in the final group game, and a win this evening will leave their qualification prospects in their own hands going into that one - a defeat could see them knocked out.
The Key Battle - Paul Pogba v Jens Toornstra
The Frenchman has not shown what he is capable of on a consistent basis since his big-money summer transfer, but he dazzled on the last European night at Old Trafford with a brace against Fenerbahce.
Looking to stop him repeating the feat will be Jens Toornstra, the Feyenoord midfielder with four goals to his name this season.
Feyenoord won 1-0 in September's reverse fixture thanks to a goal from Tonny Vilhena.
The only previous meeting at Old Trafford saw United triumph 2-1 in October 1997 thanks to goals from Paul Scholes and Denis Irwin.
Recent form (all competitions) – most recent last:
Manchester United - LWDLWD
Feyenoord - WDDDLW
Who’s the ref?
German official Manuel Grafe will oversee this one in what will be his second Europa League fixture of the season.
What time is kick off?
The game begins at 8.05pm.
Where can I watch it?
BT Sport 2 are showing the action from Old Trafford, with build-up starting at 7.30pm.
Manchester United - 1/3
Draw - 4/1
Feyenoord - 10/1