Manchester United host CSKA Moscow in UEFA Champions League this evening, exclusively live on BT Sport.
Jose Mourinho’s side have 12 points, a three point lead, and would qualify in first place with a point.
If they lose to CSKA and Basel do not win away to point-less Benfica, United and CSKA will go through with first place determined by head-to-head results between the two.
United won 4-1 in Russia and would have the superior overall goal difference if they lose 4-1.
If CSKA and Basel win, the top two will be decided in a three-way head to head; United would be through in this situation unless they lost by seven goals, and would be top unless they lost by five goals.
CSKA must pick up more points than Basel to ensure second place. If both win, CSKA must win by a margin of three goals to go through in the three-way head-to-head and by a margin of five goals to finish top.
The match will be shown live on BT Sport 2 from 7.00pm with live streaming on BTSport.com and via the BT Sport App. Kick-off 7.45pm. The match will also be shown on 4K UHD.
BT Sport will also air the Champions League clash between Chelsea and Atletico Madrid (7pm, BT Sport 3) and Anderlecht’s visit to Celtic (7pm, BT Sport ESPN) on Tuesday evening.
Liverpool v Spartak Moscow; Tottenham v APOEL; and Shakhtar v Manchester City take place on Wednesday evening, also live on BT Sport.