Manchester United vs Young Boys: Champions League live, TV channels, how to watch online, news, odds

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Ralf Rangnick will look to secure two wins from two during his interim Manchester United tenure as his side welcome Young Boys to Old Trafford in the final match of the Champions League group stage on Wednesday on Supreme +. The Reds have secured themselves the top of Group F after their win over Villarreal last time out and their new manager could look to rotate a rather struggling team to victory over Crystal Palace on Sunday.

Meanwhile for the Young Boys, there is at least hope that victory at Old Trafford along with Villarreal’s win over Atalanta can lead them to the Europa League. After beating United in their opening game, there’s no reason for them to believe they can’t repeat the trick. Here’s how you can watch the match and what you need to know:

Watch information

  • Day: Wednesday, December 7 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
  • Location: Old Trafford – Manchester, UK
  • Live: Supreme +
  • The odds: Manchester United -250; Draw +375; Young men +650


Manchester United: They may not be in time for Wednesday’s game, but Rangnick’s Old Trafford will grow two more in the coming days with the appointment of sports psychologist Sascha Lense and former MLS head coach Chris Armas, who would later join as Assistant of Germany.

Armas is no stranger to Rangnick having worked closely with him at the New York Red Bulls as assistant to Jesse Marsch before taking on top jobs at the Red Bulls and Toronto FC. That could be in terms of complementing a team of defenders that have lost Michael Carrick but have retained the likes of Kieran McKenna and Mike Phelan. Rangnick said: “So far, I’ve had the pleasure of working with the staff that I met last week and they have been of great help to me over the past few days preparing for the Crystal Palace game.”

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Young boys: Recent form has not been good for David Wagner before he joined the North West of England. Since their defeat to Lugano in the Swiss Cup on October 27, Young Boys have slid down the Super League table with just one win in their last five games. David von Ballmoos, Cedric Zesiger, Ulisses Garcia and Felix Mambimbi will all be absent but guests expect Mohamed Camara to be present.


This is a first European mission as relaxed as Rangnick could have wished. Even if he rotates expect United will have enough to get the job done. PICK: Manchester United 1, Young Boys 0 Manchester United vs Young Boys: Champions League live, TV channels, how to watch online, news, odds

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