Manchester United take on PSV Eindhoven in a crucial UEFA Champions League clash on Wednesday night.

Louis van Gaal will not be jubilant with how his players have performed recently. But the fact that the Red Devils have been able to snatch results from these game will make the manager happy and will instill confidence in the whole team. This weekend, they played against Watford and needed a late goal to seal all three points in a game where they were not at their fluid best. They will have to start playing as a team if they want to stay in contention in all competitions.

PSV Eindhoven will be hoping that they can repeat their performance from the first leg of the game when United were beaten 2-1. Philip Cocu’s side are having a decent run in the domestic league and have been beaten only once in their last 13 games. Just one point behind United, PSV have a chance to climb to the top of the table with an upset against the English giants.

Here are the lineups of both the sides:

Manchester United Starting XI: De Gea; Darmian, Smalling, Rojo, Blind; Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin; Lingard, Rooney, Memphis; Martial.

Manchester United Subs: Romero, McNair, Young, Fellaini, Mata, Pereira, Wilson

PSV Starting XI: Zoet, Arias, Buma, Moreno, Brenet, Hendrix, Guardado, Propper, Narsingh, De Jong, Locadia

PSV Subs: Pasveer, Isimat, Pereiro, Schaars, Maher, Poulsen, Bergwijn

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