Manchester United will be preparing for their Champions League opener with Young Boys at the Stade de Suisse.
Jose Mourinho will be looking for his side to make a positive start to the competition, with both Valencia and Juventus rounding off the group.
Mourinho has confirmed that Luke Shaw will feature for the Old Trafford outfit after recovering from the concussion he received whilst representing England against Spain in the Nations League defeat.
Marcus Rashford is another man who is set to feature for Man United despite talk about his future currently being widely spoken about by a number of people.
Antonio Valencia, however, is one man that will not turn out for Mourinho’s side as the Portuguese manager is not prepared to risk the 33-year-old on the artificial pitch following a recent knee injury.
Marcus Rojo and Sergio Romero remain unavailable as they both work their back to full fitness.
Manchester United will feel confident of getting off to a strong start against Young Boys, however, Mourinho will warn his players about complacency.
The Red Devils would need to be able to take maximum points from the Swiss outfit if they are to have any chance of qualifying, with Valencia and Juventus both a tougher test.
The Old Trafford outfit will be pleased that they have Shaw and Rashford both available and will be hoping they can both play a significant role for the side on Wednesday night.
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