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Clearly, Manchester United return to action after just ten days break on Wednesday as their Europa League campaign resumes
And the Wednesday night’s hosting of LASK Linz shouldn’t definitely be too actually arduous on the Red Devils.
It, like Wednesday’s will be, was played behind closed doors and saw the favourites run out 5-0 victors to all but end the tie.
Should the home side, Manchester United run deep in the competition, another hectic schedule lies ahead of them
and this very comfortable lead gives Solskjaer the opportunity to rest some of the key players looking towards the end of their successful League campaign.
Even with a reduced strength squad, however, Manchester United should have more than enough to claim another win here.
LASK haven’t been in competitive action since the Austrian Bundesliga ended, and their form towards the end of the season wasn’t exactly confidence inspiring.
They lost their last three matches, conceding seven goals and scoring just one at the other end.
In fact, since the restart LASK have won just three of their 11 outings, falling to defeat in seven of them and ending up 4th in the Austrian Bundesliga table.
They’re likely to bring a full strength contingent to this clash, but the tie as a contest is over and that could play on the LASK players’ minds.
They have won seven of their 11 competitive games since the restart and, despite a few high profile mistakes by David De Gea
And of course they have managed to keep a clean sheet in five of these matches.
LASK failed to score in their friendly last week and didn’t hit the back of the net in two of their final three competitive games
And so a shutout for the hosts looks likely and backing Manchester United win to nil looks a solid option.
Two of United’s final four games ended with a 2-0 scoreline, and with their star attackers likely to be rested
However, Solskjaer’s side lead the tie 5-0 after the first leg, which was one of the last matches to be played before the coronavirus-enforced shutdown of sport.