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Oscar is challenged by Manchester United's Michael Carrick at Stamford Bridge.
Oscar is challenged by Manchester United's Michael Carrick at Stamford Bridge.Reuters

Manchester United host Olympiacos in the second leg of the round of 16 tie of the Champions League with the Red Devils looking to overcome a 2-0 deficit they conceded in the reverse fixture.

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The Red Devils come into the game on the back of a harrowing 3-0 drubbing at the hands of Liverpool at Old Trafford and with the defending English Champions trailing the tie 2-0, it will take a performance of Herculean proportions to take anything out of the fixture. The pressure is on David Moyes, who has been blamed for the problems United are facing in his debut season.The former Everton man is out of his depth and pundits from across the country are holding him responsible for United's mess.

United are out of contention for a place in the top four and need to win the competition to make it to the Champions League next season. However, given the state of their mind and current form it is unlikely that they will make the cut with the likes of Bayern Munich and Real Madrid in the next round. For now, it is time for Moyes to fight for honour and inspire his team into the next round, which will give them the impetus to end the season on a high note.

Meanwhile, Olympiacos come into the game on the back of a 2-0 win over Panthrakikos in the Greek league. They have already won the league with five games to spare and will be rejuvenated on their trip to Old Trafford. However, the Greeks have not won in England in 11 attempts but will be confident of pulling off an upset against a hapless United side.

What the Managers Say

David Moyes: "We have to go for the throat to get the win," he told reporters. "We won't be gung-ho but we will certainly go with a mindset to overhaul the deficit as quickly as we can. We won't be reckless as we could find ourselves with a bigger mountain to climb, but we can be forceful. We have to be if we're to keep ourselves in the Champions League."

Míchel: "We need to score to make sure we make it difficult for them as we know that United have a strong desire to turn the tie around. We aim to do what we always do and that is concentrate on our own game. We know our opponents very well and we know that 2-0 is not a serious advantage."

Form Guide

Manchester United

  • Last Five(all competitions, most recent first): L W L W D
  • Last Result: Manchester United 0 - 3 Liverpool


  • Last Five(all competitionss, most recent first): W L L W W
  • Last Result: Olympiakos 2 - 0 Panthrakikos