Manchester United will play the fifth semifinal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reign against Roma on Thursday evening.

United have lost the last four but will hope to learn from these experiences to get across the finish line this time around.

The Europa League is the last realistic chance for silverware this season and a good result at Old Trafford is vital to United’s hopes.

We’ve put together everything you need to know to watch United v Roma on TV and online.

When is Man Utd on TV against Granada?

United v Roma will take place on Thursday April 29, 2021.

United are just 180 minutes away from next month’s final in Gdansk, Poland.

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When do Man Utd start against Roma?

Man Utd against Roma starts around 8 p.m..

At the same time, Villarreal and Arsenal compete against each other in the other semifinals.

Which TV channel does Man Utd vs Roma run on?

You can see the structure of the game from 7:15 pm on BT Sport 2.

The game is also shown on BT Sport Extra without the artificial noise being pumped into the crowd.

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How to live stream Man Utd vs Roma online

BT Sport customers can live stream the game on a variety of devices including smartphones and tablets via the BT Sport app.

You can also check it out at

Man Utd versus Roma Team News

Phil Jones and Anthony Martial are sure to miss it. It would be a surprise if either player appeared again this season.

Marcus Rashford is currently in constant doubt about injury given his foot problem, but Solskjaer said at his pre-game press conference that he has overcome the worst and is up for grabs.

The rest of the United team should be fit. Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire and Scott McTominay have been banned from the preliminary round but are back.

Manchester United training session(Ash Donelon / Manchester United via Getty Images)

Our prediction: Man Utd v Roma

United are hoping to play better in the round of 16 against their last Italian opponent Milan than at home.

It’s probably another close game and an evening without conceding a goal and without a lead to Rome would be ideal.

Chris Smalling, Edin Dzeko, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan are cheered on as a reminder of what to do.

But United are in good shape and as long as they learn the lessons of previous semifinals to keep their heads and perform when it comes down to it, they should get the job done.

Our prediction: United 1-0 Roma

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