Manchester United vs Valencia live streaming
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Match: Manchester United vs Valencia
Competition: Champions League
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Manchester United vs Valencia live streaming info
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Manchester United vs Valencia live streaming: TV listings
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Manchester United vs Valencia live streaming: Match preview
Are Manchester United in crisis?
In their last 3 matches they drew with Wolves, were knocked out the Carabao Cup by Derby and lost 3-1 to West Ham on Saturday.
They cannot afford to lose this one but did win on matchday 1.
Two from Pogba and a goal by Martial saw them win 3-0 in Switzerland against Young Boys.
Valencia on the other hand were beaten on matchday 1, 2-0 at home by Juventus.
Los Murciélagos head to England in good spirits after winning in La Liga for the first time on Saturday; beating Sociedad 1-0.
Can they take advantage of the disharmony at Old Trafford and get their first Champions League win?