Young Boys vs Manchester United live stream and how to watch the Champions League online and on TV, team news
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Young Boys vs Manchester United live stream: can Ronaldo still rock it in the Champions League?
Cristiano Ronaldo starts for Manchester United as the Champions League returns tonight. The early evening kick-off slot is a David and Goliath fixture. The seasoned pros of Manchester United take on the Young Boys of Bern in Switzerland. Make sure you know how to watch a Young Boys vs Manchester United live stream from anywhere the world.

The team news is in and it's a strong looking line-up from United to kick-off their campaign. It's a rare place in the XI for Donny van de Beek alongside Fred. Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes and Jadon Sancho form the rest of the attack.

Young Boys vs Manchester United live stream Kick off: 5.45pm BST / 6.45pm CET / 12.45pm ET Location: Stade de Suisse, Bern, Switzerland Free stream trial: DAZN Canada / Paramount+ Watch anywhere: ExpressVPN US stream: Paramount+ ($5.99) AUS stream: Optus Sport (AU$14.99)

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will feel blessed to only need to finish in the top two among Atalanta, Villarreal and Young Boys.

It was thought that United's Diogo Dalot could feature at right-back after a good loan spell in Milan last season with Jesse Lingard also tipped for his first start for United since January. But both players remain on the bench instead.

Ex-Huddersfield boss David Wagner is the man in charge of the Young Boys. While he's not got a squad packed with household names at his fingertips, there are a clutch who have recently broken into the Swiss national team.

As ever, the home stadium's plastic pitch will act as something of a 12th man. Judging by the history books, though, the hosts will need all the advantages they can get. They've only won once in their last eight against English teams in the Champions League. That result was a 3-2 win at home to Spurs, the first leg of a qualifier tie which the Lilywhites went on to turn in their…
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