Big Match Focus: Manchester United v Sevilla

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While speaking ahead of the game, Montella said: " Tomorrow is a special match for me.

"I think the Europa League final was our most important match in the last few years, because we won it and that victory brought us to our natural habitat, which is the Champions League", said Mourinho.

"We have confidence, we know it will be tough but we are ready".

"Maybe they are not in the best shape, but still they win ugly", Lovren told reporters.

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"We are reaching an important time in the season, the key moment, and the team needs total concentration on the pitch to achieve our goals".

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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says Alexis Sanchez is still adapting to life at the club and says the winter market makes it hard for players to hit the ground running.

Aside from this, United are pretty much with the same players from the previous game, with Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Daley Blind and Ander Herrera in the treatment room, whilst Zlatan Ibrahimovic's involvement has not been mentioned, despite the Swede featuring in an open-training session on Monday. Jose Mourinho's men beat Chelsea 2-1, Crystal Palace 3-2, and Liverpool 2-1 to extend their unbeaten run across all competitions to five games. Think a 2-1 defeat to Huddersfield Town, a draw away at Leicester City.

"People forget that it's still possible for us to win two big titles this season - the Champions League and FA Cup".

"I am anxious. United are a strong, physical side and I am expecting the same as in the first leg". That means United must win.

After the Red Devils secured a nervy 0-0 draw in Spain last month, Sevilla arrive on Tuesday evening for the return leg of an evenly-poised last-16 clash.

"If we go through to the quarter-final draw, doesn't matter the opponent, will always be one of the big names in European football but we will try".