MADRID (Reuters) – Valencia will host Manchester United on Wednesday in the final round of the Champions League.
Before that meeting, Manchester United are in second place in Group H with 10 points, two points behind leaders Juventus. Both sides have qualified, Valencia are third with 5 points and will move to the UEFA Champions League.
Manchester United, in spite of the many absences, are looking forward to winning the match, waiting for a surprise that seems to be ruled out by Swiss side Juventus. If Manchester United and Juventus win, the Premier League lead.
United, who have qualified for the last 16 of the tournament, are hoping Juventus, the leaders of the group, will fail to take the lead.
The draw drew Manchester United in Group H alongside Juventus, Valencia, and Swiss side Yang Boise.