Manchester United will look to pull off a dramatic comeback in front of their own supporters on Thursday, as they welcome their old rivals Liverpool to Old Trafford for the second leg of their Europa League round of 16 tie. Louis van Gaal's side were comprehensively outplayed in the reverse fixture a week ago, and now need to score at least twice if they're to stand any chance of progressing. A team that have spent much of the season playing rather cautious, risk-averse football are now going to be forced onto the front foot against one of their most fierce opponents. There could well be fireworks.
Beyond just local pride, there's a practical reason both of these teams will be desperate to win this tie. The winner of the Europa League now gets entered into the following year's Champions League. With both United and Liverpool looking unlikely to finish in the top four of their domestic division, winning this tournament could well be the only way they can book their place in the big time next season.
If you want to watch this game online in the United States, you'll be heading to the Fox Sports GO subscription service for English coverage if your Internet provider has access to it. You can also catch the game on Fox Soccer 2Go, or check out Watch ESPN for a Spanish language option. If you're outside the US, there are still a number of streaming options available: British viewers will be able to catch the game on BT Sport's online streaming service, while Canadians need to log onto TSN's website if they want to watch. Are you in another country? Check out the game's listing on LiveSoccerTV to see where the match will be streamed.
TV: Fox Sports 1 (US - English); ESPN Deportes (US - Spanish); TSN5 (Canada); BT Sport Europe (UK)
Match date/time: Thurs., 4:05 p.m. ET, 8:05 p.m. local
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester, England