There’s one early game in Group L, which is Manchester United’s group. The half-time score is Astana 0-1 Partizan Belgrade.
Besiktas v Wolves team news
Besiktas (4-3-3) Karius; Douglas, Vida, Uysal, Pedro Rebocho; Tokoz, Elneny, Ljajic; Lens, Yalcin, Nkoudou.
Subs: Roco, Mehmet Nayir, Ozyakup, Hutchinson, Gonul, Erkin, Yuvakuran.
Wolverhampton (3-4-2-1) Rui Patricio; Boly, Coady, Saiss; Doherty, Neves, Joao Moutinho, Jonny; Gibbs-White, Pedro Neto; Raul Jimenez.
Subs: Vallejo, Bennett, Cutrone, Ruddy, Ruben Vinagre, Dendoncker, Traore.
Referee Harald Lechner (Austria)
AZ Alkmaar v Man Utd team news
The young left-back Brandon Williams makes his first start for United, while Mason Greenwood is up front.
AZ Alkmaar (4-3-3) Bizot; Sugawara, Vlaar, Wuytens, Wijndal; Midtsjoe, de Wit, Koopmeiners; Stengs, Boadu, Idrissi.
Subs: Chatzidiakos, Ouwejan, Druijf, Aboukhlal, Clasie, de Boer, Reijnders.
Man Utd (4-2-3-1) de Gea; Dalot, Lindelof, Rojo, Williams; Fred, Matic; Mata, Gomes, James; Greenwood.
Subs: Maguire, Rashford, Lingard, Romero, Tuanzebe, McTominay, Chong.
Referee Gediminas Mazeika (Lithuania)
Young Boys v Rangers team news
Young Boys (4-4-2) Ballmoos; Janko, Sorensen, Zesiger, Garcia; Fassnacht, Aebischer, Lustenberger, Gaudino; Assale, Nsame.
Subs: Wolfli, Petignat, Ngamaleu, Burgy, Mambimbi, Lotomba, Schupbach.
Rangers (4-1-4-1) McGregor; Tavernier, Helander, Goldson, Barisic; Kamara; Arfield, Jack, Davis, Ojo; Morelos.
Subs: Barker, Defoe, Foderingham, Halliday, Katic, Stewart, King.
Referee Manuel Schuettengruber (Austria)
Hello. You’ll not believe this, but there’s more football on tonight. Yep, it’s time for Matchday 2 of the Europa League, with 24 games in all. It’s too early to talk of must-win game for anyone, though Wolves could do with at least a draw in Turkey after their disappointing defeat to Braga in the opening game. And Manchester United would like to win in the Netherlands to take a bit of heat off Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, whose pitiful inability to instantly turn someone else’s sow’s ear into a silk purse has been exposed.
The storm damage to Alkmaar’s home ground means the match will be played on a synthetic pitch at ADO Den Haag’s ground. Alkmaar are a good side, only one point behind Ajax and PSV in the Eredivisie, and are generously priced to win this game. We’ll have team news for all the 5.55pm kick-offs any minute now.
Tonight’s fixtures (all times BST)
Matches involving British sides in bold, because Brexit means Brexit
Dudelange v Qarabag (8pm)
Sevilla v Apoel Nicosia (8pm)
Lugano v Dinamo Kyiv (5.55pm)
Malmö v Copenhagen (5.55pm)
Krasnodar v Getafe (8pm)
Trabzonspor v Basel (8pm)
Rosenborg v PSV Eindhoven (8pm)
Sporting Lisbon v LASK (8pm)
Celtic v Cluj (8pm)
Lazio v Rennes (8pm)
Arsenal v Standard Liege (8pm)
Vitória Guimarães v Eintracht Frankfurt (8pm)
Feyenoord v Porto (5.55pm)
Young Boys v Rangers (5.55pm)
CSKA Moscow v Espanyol (5.55pm)
Ferencvárosi v Ludogorets (5.55pm)
Oleksandria v Gent (5.55pm)
Saint-Étienne v Wolfsburg (5.55pm)
Basaksehir v Borussia Mönchengladbach (5.55pm)
RZ Pellets WAC v Roma (5.55pm)
Besiktas v Wolves (5.55pm)
Sporting Braga v Slovan Bratislava (5.55pm)
Astana v Partizan Belgrade (3.50pm)
AZ Alkmaar v Manchester United (5.55pm)