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Ajax Vs Manchester United UEFA Europa League 2016–2017 IST Indian Time Live Stream and Telecast Channels
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Ajax Vs Manchester United UEFA Europa League 2016–2017 IST Indian Time Live Stream and Telecast Channels

Celta Vigo look to over­turn their UEFA Europa League defi­cit on the road to Manchester United on Thursday night, May 11th (May 12th in IST).

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Ajax Vs Manchester United UEFA Europa League May 24th 2017 Details

It’s a dead heat in the head to head between these sides with both sides claim­ing two wins from the pre­vi­ous four matches. The sides last met in UEFA Europa League back in 2012 and the Manchester United pro­gressed to the next stage after a 3–2 aggreg­ate win. Ajax have scored an aver­age of 1.71 goals per game in the Europa League this sea­son but their defence away from the Ams­ter­dam Arena in the same com­pet­i­tion has seen them con­cede 1.71 goals per game. United have scored 1.64 goals per game in the Europa League but they have also drawn four of their last six matches in the com­pet­i­tion.

Dates, Fixtures, Schedule

United States of Amer­ica (EST East­ern Stand­ard Time)24.05.2017 14:45 EST
Eng­land (GMT Europe Time) (United King­dom)24.05.2017 19:45 GMT+0
India (IST Indi­an Time)24.05.2017 0:15 IST

Match Venue

Friends Arena

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TV Channels, Telecast Online

USA TV View­ers watch broad­cast at:ESPN Depor­tes Radio, ESPN Depor­tes USA, Fox Sports 1 USA, Fox Soc­cer 2GO USA, fuboTV
UK TV View­ers watch broad­cast at:BT Sport Show­case, BT Sport 2, BT Sport Live Stream­ing, BBC Radio 5 Live
Indi­an TV View­ers watch broad­cast at:Sony Six HD, TEN 2, TEN 1 HD, Sony Six SD

Ajax Vs Manchester United Live Online Commentary

Ajax have three vic­tor­ies and two defeats in their last five games in all tour­na­ments. They were beaten 1–0 on the road to PSV before claim­ing a vital 4–1 home win against Lyon in the Europa League semi-final first leg. They came back to Ere­divis­ie play and won 4–0 at home against Go Ahead Eagles before they lost the second leg in Lyon 3–1. The Dutch side still pro­gressed, how­ever, to this point. On Sunday the 14th, they played on the road with Willem II and won 1–3, but they fell just short of Fey­enoord in the Ere­divis­ie stand­ings as the sea­son came to an end. As always there is plenty of gif­ted young play­ers in this Ajax squad, and their suc­cess will come from those star­lets.  One of those men is Kasper Dol­berg. The Dan­ish striker is just 19 years old, but has already star­ted to be linked with some of Europe’s giants due to just how well he has been doing. He notched 16 goals in his first sea­son with the first team to lead his side in the Ere­divis­ie. He added six more in the Europa League, includ­ing a goal in each leg of the semi-final tie with Lyon. Those proved cru­cial to them, and he’ll have the chance to once again show his sharp­ness in front of goal against United on a huge stage come Wed­nes­day night.

On the oth­er hand, Manchester United are one of the most suc­cess­ful teams in the his­tory of world foot­ball, but there is one trophy that has eluded them so far, the UEFA Europa League. The Red Dev­ils’ head coach Jose Mour­inho has a phe­nom­en­al record in win­ning finals and he will bank on improv­ing that record on Wed­nes­day night. He has won 11 of his 13 finals to date and has already opened his account at Man United, when he over­saw a 3–2 win over Southamp­ton in the League Cup final earli­er this sea­son. It’s been a less smooth ride to the final for the Red Dev­ils and since they com­fort­ably passed Saint-Etienne in the first knock­out stage of the tour­na­ment United have seen four of their six matches fin­ish with both teams find­ing the back of the net. Mour­inho will undoubtedly point to the fact that they have scored in each of their Europa League matches since they failed to score against Fey­onoord first time out but with just eight goals from their last sev­en in the com­pet­i­tion there is still plenty left to be proved.

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