Get Utd at 9/1 or Sociedad at 25/1 to win

MANCHESTER UNITED will be confident of progressing in the Europa League as they host Real Sociedad with a 4-0 lead on aggregate.

And for the second leg at Old Trafford, punters can back the Red Devils or Real Sociedad to win with a huge price boost.

Solskjaer was full of smiles after his sides victory over Sociedad last week

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Solskjaer was full of smiles after his sides victory over Sociedad last week

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The Red Devils thrashed Sociedad in the first leg which was played in a neutral venue in Turin.

Bruno Fernandes netted a brace before Marcus Rashford and Dan James added to the rout.

The Red Devils are among the favourites to win the competition and they will be full of confidence after beating Newcastle 3-1.

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