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AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB
1 Yann Sommer (G) 28 18 -   GermanyMgladbach
12 Marwin Hitz (G) 29 2 -   GermanyAugsburg
21 Roman Burki (G) 26 4 -   GermanyB Dortmund
2 Stefan Lichtsteiner (D) 33 80 5   ItalyJuventus
3 Francois Moubandje (D) 26 10 1   FranceToulouse
4 Nico Elvedi (D) 20 1 -   GermanyMgladbach
5 Steve von Bergen (D) 33 49 -   SwitzerlandYoung Boys
6 Michael Lang (D) 26 16 2   SwitzerlandBasel
13 Ricardo Rodriguez (D) 24 36 -   GermanyWolfsburg
20 Johan Djourou (D) 30 60 2   GermanyHamburg
22 Fabian Schar (D) 25 19 5   GermanyHoffenheim
8 Fabian Frei (M) 28 7 1   GermanyMainz
10 Granit Xhaka (M) 24 42 6   EnglandArsenal
11 Valon Behrami (M) 32 65 2   EnglandWatford
14 Denis Zakaria (M) 20 1 -   SwitzerlandYoung Boys
15 Blerim Dzemaili (M) 31 47 6   CanadaMontreal Imp
16 Gelson Fernandes (M) 30 56 2   FranceRennes
23 Xherdan Shaqiri (M) 25 52 17   EnglandStoke
7 Breel Embolo (F) 20 9 1   GermanySchalke
9 Haris Seferovic (F) 25 30 7   GermanyE Frankfurt
17 Shani Tarashaj (F) 22 3 -   GermanyE Frankfurt
18 Admir Mehmedi (F) 26 41 3   GermanyB Leverkusen
19 Eren Derdiyok (F) 28 51 10   TurkeyGalatasaray
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Match in Focus

19:45 TODAY BT S

Ajax v Man Utd

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Ajax have kept two clean sheets in their last 12 matches
Expert verdict
Jose Mourinho has gambled Manchester United's season on winning the Europa League and he can be rewarded with a victory over Ajax in Stockholm. United's extra quality and big-game experience may be a vital against a youthful Ajax team who will always give opponents chances, while outside of Amsterdam the Dutch outfit have lost at Copenhagen, Schalke and Lyon in the Europa League knockout phase.