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Manchester United struggling to sell tickets for Young Boys clash

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Manchester United are struggling to sell tickets for Tuesday's Champions League clash with Young Boys at Old Trafford.

United can book their place in the knockout rounds with victory over the Swiss champions but the club have failed to sell out and are offering tickets on general sale.

Tickets priced between £45 and £58 are available in three of the four sides of the stadium for the game on Tuesday.

United are on the brink of qualification from Group H after a dramatic 2-1 win over Juventus in Turin.

But Jose Mourinho's team have failed to score in their two Champions League homes games this season after a goalless draw with Valencia and a 1-0 defeat to Juventus.

On Saturday, supporters watched a dismal 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace.

Despite a disappointing start to the season which has seen Mourinho's team slip to seventh in the Premier League, United are having no problem filling the 67,000-capacity Old Trafford for domestic matches.

Games against Arsenal on Dec. 5, Fulham on Dec. 8 and Huddersfield on Dec. 26 are already sold out.