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Duarte (51'), Brice Eteki (89')
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Rashford (31'), Fernandes (90' pen.)
Pogba (8'), McTominay (40'), Shaw (43'), Maguire (72'), Matic (84')

How Granada could line up against Manchester United

How Granada could line up against Man United
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Sports Mole takes an in-depth look at how Granada could line up for the first leg of their Europa League quarter-final clash with Manchester United.

Granada manager Diego Martinez has a number of selection concerns to work around for the first leg of his side's Europa League quarter-final with Manchester United on Thursday evening.

The right-back spot is Martinez's biggest concern, as Dimitri Foulquier is injured and Victor Diaz may be forced to cover on the left-hand side for the ineligible Quini and the doubtful Carlos Neva.

Jesus Vallejo is therefore the most likely candidate to deputise on the right-hand side of defence, meaning that Domingos Duarte and German Sanchez should continue in the middle.

Martinez's injury concerns do not end there, as midfielder Luis Milla is nursing a hamstring problem and not ready to return just yet, so Maxime Gonalons could be partnered by Yan Eteki for the first leg.

Further up the pitch, Manchester City loanee Yangel Herrera will relish the opportunity to get one over his parent club's arch rivals, and another Premier League loanee in Kenedy, who joined on a temporary basis from Chelsea in the summer, is in line to start out wide.

With Colombian forward Luis Suarez also nursing a muscular problem, 35-year-old Roberto Soldado should lead the line for Granada this week, although a man three years his senior in Jorge Molina is another option for the hosts.

Granada possible starting lineup:
Silva; Vallejo, Duarte, Sanchez, Diaz; Gonalons, Eteki; Kenedy, Herrera, Machis; Soldado

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