SEVILLA fans have congregated in their thousands in Manchester ahead of tonight’s crunch Champions League clash against the Red Devils.
Supporters of the La Liga club flooded the streets surrounding Shambles Square as they hope to roar their side to a historic win at Old Trafford.
The Spanish outfit have been awarded an allocation of 2,995 tickets for the Round of 16 second leg tie at the Theatre of Dreams.
And Sevilla fans will be dreaming of an away day to remember as they look to seal their place in the last eight for the first time since the 1957/58 season.
David De Gea was the star of the first leg last month, as Jose Mourinho’s men escaped the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium with a 0-0 draw.
Sevilla were knocked out of this stage last campaign, succumbing to a 2-0 second leg defeat against Leicester at the King Power Stadium.
Steven Nzonzi saw his second half penalty saved by Foxes goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, as their European adventure was cut short.
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Marcus Rashford is expected to be given a rare start in the Champions League after his heroics against the Reds on Saturday.
But Paul Pogba looks likely to miss out on the starting XI after the French midfielder missed training on Monday as he recovers from a leg injury.