Manchester United start their Champions League campaign with a tricky trip to Switzerland to face Young Boys this week.
The Red Devils have made an excellent start to the new season and find themselves sitting at the top of the Premier League table.
The latest win came on Saturday as new signing Cristiano Ronaldo inspired them to a 4-1 victory over Newcastle with the Portuguese star grabbing a brace in the process.
With Swiss champions Young Boys hoping to pull off an upset in the Group F opener, it’ll be up to Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s side to ensure that they don’t underestimate their opponent.
With that in mind here’s everything that you need to know ahead of the Champions League clash.
Young Boys v Man United: Date and kick-off time
This Champions League clash is due to take place on Tuesday, September 14 at the Wankdorf Stadium in Bern, Switzerland.
Kick-off is set for 5.45pm UK time.
It will be United’s opportunity to get their Champions League group stage campaign off to the best possible start.
Young Boys v Man United: Live commentary
Full coverage will be live on talkSPORT 2, with our pre-match build-up starting at 5pm.
Joe Shennan and Danny Mills will provide live commentary and to tune in, click HERE for the live stream.
We’ll also have all the action in our live blog that will run throughout the evening on the talkSPORT website.
Young Boys v Man United: Team news
Young Boys will be without Fabrian Lustenberger and Joel Monteiro, while Jordan Lefort and Esteban Petignat are also doubtful.
However the biggest blow will be the absence of Jean-Pierre Nsame who has been the club’s star striker in recent years.
As for United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a big decision to make regarding the involvement of Ronaldo.
The Portuguese star started against Newcastle at the weekend but a decision will need to be made on whether he’ll be risked in the Champions League.
Elsewhere, Edinson Cavani and Fred will be pushing for a return after missing the clash with the Magpies.
Alex Telles, Marcus Rashford and Phil Jones remain long-term absentees, while Scott McTominay may come back into the reckoning for this one.