Here's the Manchester United squad set to face Sevilla tonight

Here's the Manchester United squad set to face Sevilla tonight

The Belgian makes his first start since November 22 and only his second since the end of September as United look to finish off the job after their 0-0 draw in Seville three weeks ago.

Manchester City and Liverpool both secured big away wins to put their respective ties to bed with 90 minutes still to play, yet United approached a trip to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan with a more safety-first style and secured just a 0-0 draw.

"Not yet, but when a team reaches the last eight, anything is possible", Mourinho said.

"He's downstairs now and I will go and speak with him".

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The draw is unseeded and there will be no "country protection", meaning teams from the same domestic league can be drawn against each other.

The France global missed Saturday's 2-1 win over north-west rivals Liverpool due to a thigh injury, but Samuel Luckhurst of the Manchester Evening News confirmed he was back in the squad ahead of Tuesday.

Mourinho's gamble on Fellaini appeared to have largely backfired as he failed to impose his physical presence on Sevilla's ball players in midfield. "We're bringing everything we've got".

"We have another chance tomorrow [Tuesday], we know that United have beaten Chelsea and Liverpool and have come back against Crystal Palace". Mourinho has taken the team back to where they belong in terms of competing in Europe's top competition.

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Paul Pogba did not train on Monday morning with his United teammates, which could mean Scott McTominay continues in the middle with Nemanja Matic even though Mourinho revealed at the press conference, "We don't know yet [whether Pogba would play]".

"Tomorrow's a very hard match". However, Mourinho stated Pogba did actually train once journalists had left and left open the possibility that the Frenchman could be fit enough to return.

"In a game like this, at the highest level, it is important to keep the same principles of your game", Montella said. "The referee's made that decision without a reaction from the Chelsea players, so it's disappointing, but we have to go again".

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