Manchester United welcome VfL Wolfsburg to Old Trafford on Wednesday hoping to register their first win of the Champions League campaign.
The Red Devils were shocked 2-1 by Dutch champions PSV Eindhoven in their Group B opener and will likely view the clash with the Bundesliga runners-up as a must-win fixture.
Luke Shaw's double leg break at the Phillips Stadium rounded off a nightmare trip to the Netherlands for Louis Van Gaal's side, who remain favourites to win the group despite their opening-day defeat.
Van Gaal's men, however, have responded emphatically to the defeat, winning their last three matches since then, scoring an impressive nine goals.
In team news, United's only major injury concern is Shaw, who is facing at least six months out, meaning Matteo Darmian or Marcos Rojo will have to deputise.
Wolfsburg, meanwhile, registered a slim 1-0 win over CSKA Moscow on matchday one and currently sit atop Group B ahead of their trip to Manchester.
Having made an inconsistent start to the season, Die Wolfe have continued in that vein and followed up that result with a win over 2-0 Hertha Berlin a shocking 5-1 defeat at the hands of Bayern München and a 1-1 draw at home to Hannover 96.
Dieter Hecking will be without Vieirinha, Koen Casteels, Robin Knoche and Luiz Gustavo for the trip as he looks to consolidate Wolfsburg's position atop the group.