United aim to improve Spain record

November 05, 2013
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Manchester United will have to improve on their patchy European record in Spain if they want to beat Real Sociedad in the Champions League tonight.

David Moyes' side can take a big step towards qualification for the next stage of the competition if they grab a maximum haul against the Basque side.

But the tightness of Group A is such, that even with ten points the Red Devils would still need points against Shakhtar Donetsk or Bayer Leverkusen to set the seal.

And United can't boast the best of records when it comes to getting results away to Spanish teams, with the Red Devils managing two victories in 21 attempts, against Deportivo La Coruna in 2002 and Valencia in 2010.

United were forced to leave behind injured defenders Jonny Evans and Rafael for the trip to Spain, but midfielder Michael Carrick is back in contention after missing the weekend victory over Fulham.

And Moyes is not taking Sociedad lightly, saying: "I have a lot of respect for Sociedad and we will have to play well on Tuesday if we are going to get those ten points which will get us over the line."

Meanwhile, Sociedad boss Jagoba Arrasate is bullish about his side's chances, saying: "If we play our cards right we know that we can win. I don't know what United's style is going to be.

"They've played away and almost qualified, but we are going to play our usual game and keep the game in attack."

United are 2.50 to triumph at the Anoeta on Tuesday evening and 3.40 to gain a draw, while the Red Devils can be backed at 19.00 to win the Champions League this season.

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