Manchester United’s win over Juventus in their last game has brought them back within not just qualifying for the knockout stages of the Champions League, but also as group leaders. The Red Devils face a Young Boys side that is winless and have collected just a single point from their group games so far.
Jose Mourinho’s men would qualify for the knockout stage if they win this game and Juventus also collect all three points in their home game against Valencia.
However, trusting the Red Devils to win at home on a European night is a major gamble as they have not scored a home goal in the Champions League this season. They were also held to a goalless draw at home in the league by Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Young Boys are the weeping boys in this group as we enter the 5th Match day. They have collected just one point so far from their home draw against Valencia and have all but exited the competition, so they would be playing this game just for pride.
Manchester United have won 1 and drawn 2 of their last 3 European games against Swiss oppositions.