Celta Vigo v Manchester United: 10 vital statistics

10. Celta Vigo and Manchester United meet for the first time in European competition. Celta’s record against English opposition reads W3 L4 and they are 3.50 to win tonight.

9. United have won just two of their 22 matches against Spanish teams in Spain (W2 D10 L10). They are 1.66 to lose/draw on the Double Chance.

8. Celta are the only Spanish team left in the Europa League. A La Liga side has won this competition in five of its last seven instalments and Celta are 7.00 to win it.

7. United head in to this clash having drawn six of their last nine games (including the 1-1 draw within 90 minutes against Anderlecht, which they subsequently won in extra time 2-1). A draw here is priced at 3.25.

Watch United beat Anderlecht 2-1 in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-finals

6. Wayne Rooney has scored two goals in three games since Zlatan Ibrahimovic was ruled out for the season with a knee injury. Rooney is 6.75 to score first.

5. Iago Aspas is Celta’s top scorer in the Europa League this season with five goals, matching Ibrahimovic’s and Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s hauls for the competition. Aspas is 3.70 to score.

4. Mkhitaryan has scored in five of the last six European games for United, including in both legs of their quarter-final with Anderlecht. Mkhitaryan is 4.20 to score again.

3. United have won more aerial duels (60%) than any other team in the Europa League this season bar FC Copenhagen and Tottenham. Marouane Fellaini is 17.00 to score a header.

2. Celta head into this game having lost three on the bounce for the third time this season. They last went four successive losses in a single campaign back in November-December 2014. United are 2.25 to win.

1. United have kept six clean sheets from their last 11 games. They are 2.35 not to concede in Vigo.