Current Squad

AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB

Recent Call-ups

AGE CAPS GLS DOMESTIC CLUB
Jonas Lossl (G) 29 1 -   EnglandHuddersfield
Frederik Ronnow (G) 26 6 -   GermanyE Frankfurt
Kasper Schmeichel (G) 31 34 -   EnglandLeicester
Andreas Christensen (D) 22 14 1   EnglandChelsea
Henrik Dalsgaard (D) 29 10 -   EnglandBrentford
Mathias Jorgensen (D) 28 12 -   EnglandHuddersfield
Simon Kjaer (D) 29 77 3   SpainSevilla
Jonas Knudsen (D) 26 3 -   EnglandIpswich
Jens Stryger Larsen (D) 27 12 1   ItalyUdinese
Jannik Vestergaard (D) 26 16 1   EnglandSouthampton
Thomas Delaney (M) 27 26 4   GermanyB Dortmund
Christian Eriksen (M) 26 77 21   EnglandTottenham
Michael Krohn-Dehli (M) 35 58 6   SpainDeportivo
William Kvist (M) 33 79 2   DenmarkFC Copenhagen
Lukas Lerager (M) 25 3 -   FranceBordeaux
Lasse Schone (M) 32 35 3   NetherlandsAjax
Martin Braithwaite (F) 27 19 1   EnglandMiddlesbro
Andreas Cornelius (F) 25 18 4   FranceBordeaux
Kasper Dolberg (F) 20 5 1   NetherlandsAjax
Viktor Fischer (F) 24 18 3   DenmarkFC Copenhagen
Nicolai Jorgensen (F) 27 30 8   NetherlandsFeyenoord
Yussuf Poulsen (F) 24 27 3   GermanyRB Leipzig
Pione Sisto (F) 23 13 1   SpainCelta Vigo
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Match in Focus

20:00 TODAY BT2

Young Boys v Man Utd

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Young Boys have won all six domestic games this term
Expert verdict
Manchester United are in a tricky Champions League group and it will look even tougher if they fail to beat Young Boys in Switzerland. Last term, United cruised through their group but were beaten on Swiss soil, losing 1-0 to Basel. They should fare better in Bern, but it may take time to adjust to the artificial pitch.