Manchester United will be without captain Harry Maguire for tonight's Europa League Final against Villarreal in Poland.
The centre half has failed to recover in time from an ankle injury.
Kick off in Gdansk is at 8.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has yet to win a trophy since taking over the Red Devils.
The Norwegian is feeling good about the decider.
Solskjaer believes this could herald the return of former glories to Old Trafford.
Star attacking midfielder Bruno Fernandes sees this as the perfect stepping stone to further success.
Left back Luke Shaw believes the squad has been trending in the right direction.
Around 2-thousand fans of each club will be inside the stadium for tonight's Europa League final between Manchester United and Villarreal.
The capacity in Gdansk in Poland has been reduced to 25 per cent - limiting it to 9-and-a-half thousand spectators.
This United supporter has travelled from Bridgend in Wales and says, while he's pleased to be there, complying with Covid-19 regulations has proved costly.