Manchester United with work to do

The game will take place at the Parken and the hosts are currently bottom of Group A on one point while the visitors are in third place on three points.

FC København come into the match having beat Randers 4-2 away from home in the Danish Superliga on the weekend.

The win over Randers means FC København have won each of their last three fixtures and are undefeated in five of their last six games.

In terms of the Champions League, FC København have been struggling and they have won only one of their last seven matches in the competition.

However, they are not always easy to beat at home and FC København have not been beaten in seven of their eight most recent home games in the Champions League.

Manchester United travel to the Parken on the back of a 1-0 win at Fulham in the Premier League.

The only goal of the match was scored in the 91st minute but it was not a convincing victory for the Red Devils.

The win over Fulham was important because Manchester United had lost their previous two matches 3-0 against Manchester City at home in the Premier League and Newcastle United at home in the League Cup.

Trends show Manchester United have recorded just a single victory from their six most recent Champions League fixtures.

The win came in the reverse match against FC København but it was a closely fought contest.

Manchester United with work to do

Manchester United are undefeated in three of their last four away Champions League matches but have won just one of their last seven on the road in the competition.

Team news: FC København have five players unavailable for this game, with David Khocholava, Mohamed Elyounoussi, Birger Meling, Noah Sahsah, and William Clem on the treatment table.

Manchester United make the trip to Denmark without Casemiro, Lisandro Martínez, Luke Shaw, and Tyrell Malacia who are injured.