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Manchester United will continue their pursuit for Europa League glory on Thursday when they take on La Liga side Granada in the first leg of their quarter-final clash.
The competition is the Red Devils' only remaining hope of silverware this season, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be desperate for his side to get off to a good start to the tie in Spain.
But they face a Granada team whose rise to prominence has been rapid, and Diego Martinez's outfit will certainly be no pushovers.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of what looks set to be an intriguing encounter…
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When is Granada vs Man Utd?
Granada vs United will kick-off at 8pm on Thursday April 15.
The match will take place at Granada's Los Carmenes Stadium, which can hold around 19,000 people.
What TV channel is it on?
Like all Europa League games this season, all the action can be followed on BT Sport.
United's clash is live on BT Sport 2, with Arsenal's first leg against Slavia Prague on BT Sport 1.
Granada will be no pushovers
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Coverage for both matches starts at 7.15pm, and can also be accessed via the BT Sport app.
Granada vs Man Utd odds
United are the clear favourites for the win, and are available at odds of 4/7.
A famous Granada victory can be found at 6/1, with the draw at 3/1.
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