United beat Spanish side Granada 2-0 to wrap up a 4-0 aggregate victory and set up a semi-final meeting with AS Roma.
A top-four finish is all-but assured, meaning that competition is likely to take priority, though Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was in defiant mood this week, vowing to fight until the end in the title race, even with Manchester City well clear.
“Can we catch City? Stranger things have happened in football. Bigger leads have been given away,” the Norwegian said.
Burnley, meanwhile, are not yet certain of survival, with Newcastle’s win against West Ham yesterday meaning they go into today’s game in 17th, albeit with a decent cushion to 18th-placed Fulham.
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