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Manchester United vs. Real Madrid, 2013 UEFA Champions League: Time and TV schedule

With Manchester United having earned a 1-1 draw at the Bernabeu, Real Madrid need to attack at Old Trafford. Expect some goals in their UEFA Champions League clash.

Alex Livesey

The biggest match of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 gets out of the way early during the second leg slate. Real Madrid and Manchester United resume their marquee tie on Tuesday, and both sides are in excellent form. Both teams are also relatively injury free, and are only expected to be missing one first choice player apiece.

Danny Welbeck was the hero for United in the first leg, scoring a crucial away goal for his team. Los Merengues pulled one back, but they're facing a tricky prospect at Old Trafford, with their hosts having scored an away goal. Jose Mourinho's proven to be a master of the defensive draw in knockout competitions, but he will have to set up his team to attack on Tuesday night.

Manchester United injuries and suspensions

Out: Paul Scholes. In doubt: Phil Jones.

Real Madrid injuries and suspensions

Out: Iker Casillas. In doubt: Xabi Alonso.

Jones is much less likely to play than Alonso of the two players in doubt, given Alex Ferguson's comments that Jones is likely to miss out. Alonso has a nagging groin injury, but was rested at the weekend and is expected to start.

Match date/time: Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. local, 2:45 p.m. ET

Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester, England

TV: ITV 1 (U.K.), FOX Soccer (U.S.), Sportsnet (Canada)

Online: FOX Soccer 2 Go (U.S.), Sportsnet online (Canada)

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