England international Luke Shaw will be back in the Manchester United starting line-up for the Champions League clash with Young Boys on Wednesday evening.
Left-back Shaw sat out the 2-1 win at Watford after suffering concussion while on international duty, with Ashley Young stepping in as cover against one of his former clubs.
However, Red Devils head coach Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Shaw is fit and raring to go for the first game of the club's Champions League campaign.
He told reporters after the success at Vicarage Road: "Shaw plays Wednesday. We can't do it with one left-back and Ashley Young is not just a left-back – he's also a right-back.
"They both are doing well and they are different players, and they both understand that one is a young player and the other one is the experienced one.
"It's good for us to have these two options."
United are 3/4 to win in Bern on Wednesday and are 15/2 to secure a 2-0 victory, with the men from Manchester 6/4 to keep a clean sheet.
Meanwhile, Mourinho has told his players not to take their feet off the pedals after they almost allowed Watford to earn a draw on Saturday, with United having been in total charge when two goals to the good at half-time.
The Portuguese added: "I am very happy with the points. I am very happy with something that represents for me the spirit of the team, but I feel a bit frustrated because we had everything in the first half to kill the game.
"In the beginning of the second half, we let the game go down in intensity, we stopped being aggressive with and without the ball. We gave them the chance to score a goal and to give ourselves a difficult match."
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