F/T: Galatasaray 1 Manchester United 0

United's young side go down to Yilmaz's fifth goal of the competition this season, and with this result it looks like it will be the Turkish side that qualify for the knockout stages with United this year. Thanks for your company and I'll see you all again soon.

FULL TIME. Galatasaray 1 Manchester United 0.

Yilmaz heads off to a warm applause as Bulut takes his place.

Hernandez and Cleverley combine, with the former eventually shooting from just inside the penalty area, the Gala bodies getting in the way to ensure a safe save for Muslera.

Hernandez looks to pounce after a Kaya slip, but Eboue desperately hacks clear, taking a knock in the process from Young.

Melo is next to test Lindegaard's gloves, and while it's a powerful effort, it's straight down the throat of the United keeper.

Buttner finds Young behind Eboue, and the winger takes him on, falling under his tackle where no foul is given.

Hernandez challenges Muslera from Buttner's ball, but United really look devoid of any invention in the final third now and this game really should be Galatasaray's for the taking.

Welbeck heads off as King makes his CL debut for United.

Welbeck loses out after trying to force his way into a shooting position, and the hosts take this opportunity to kill some time with some neat passing.

Sky Bet update: United are currently 4/1 to salvage a draw, while we offer odds of 9/2 that Galatasaray will end up 2-0 winners.

Amrabat's impressive night comes to an end as Colak takes to the field.

Jones slides in Melo, conceding a free-kick, but United can't make good of their opportunity to break moments later, with their attacks coming few and far between now.

Altintop unleashes a stunning effort that cannons off the underside of the bar! United scramble it away as the woodwork denies the hosts for a second time tonight.

Yilmaz goes into the referee's book for what the referee believes is simulation during a clash with Jones.

Inan's free-kick looked to have clipped the head of Baytar, and it sails out of play for a goal-kick despite the striker claiming the ball touched a United head.

Can Manchester United do what they do best and comeback and win? They're 20/1 for victory now with a draw 7/2.

Young and Macheda replace Powell and Anderson in a double United swap.

Welbeck puts the pressure on Muslera, something the Gala defence isn't too happy about, but he was entitled to go for the ball and a free-kick alone is the right decision.

Altintop cuts inside Buttner, taking a pop which is cleared away by Carrick, as United are put on the back foot for the time being.

The stretcher is taken off, fortunately without Inan on it, and the midfielder looks fit to continue now as he tries to walk off the injury.

Inan collides with Cleverley and the stretcher is on for the Gala man as it looks like his game it set to come to an end.

Free-kick to United as Amrabat slides in on Rafael, but the hosts are well organised as they force United back with Nounkeu intercepting Anderson's through ball.

Welbeck continues to battle valiantly with Kaya, but the decision goes against him this time and it's a free-kick to the hosts.

Kaya challenges Welbeck but the ball falls to Hernandez, who plays back to Fletcher as United enjoy a spell of possession.

Amrabat snatches the ball out of play with sublime control, and he breaks down the right as Yilmaz's shot collides with the head of Buttner.

Elmander is taken off for Gala, with Baytar the man replacing him.

Two clearances from Melo result in two more corners, the first two deliveries quite poor from Anderson. His third is no better and cleared easily by Amrabat.

The corner is easy for Lindegaard to deal with, and United break with pace, before Cleverley's ball across goal somewhat derails the momentum of the attack before Anderson wins his side another corner.

Eboue's surging run ends with a drive that clips the heel of Carrick and ends up drawing an awkward save from Lindegaard who concedes a corner.

That's twice where United have looked menacing on the counter attack, and they probe once more as Anderson's shot across goal is claimed well by Muslera.

Inan's powerful drive cannons off Carrick and again United break, with Hernandez drawing a brilliant save from Muslera as the visitors win a corner.

Riera's cross to the back post is headed clear by Cleverley, and United look to break with Powell, who is tripped down the right by Nounkeu.

Sky Bet update: Manchester United are now 12/1 to win in Istanbul tonight after falling behind, while the draw can still be backed at a generous 3/1.

Amrabat crosses in as Gala press for a second, but Yilmaz is dealt with strongly by Buttner as the left-back ushers the ball out of play.

This time though, Man United are undone as Yilmaz pounces from the corner with a header that finds the top corner and leaves Lindegaard grasping at air. 1-0 to the hosts!


Eboue's powerful drive clips Jones' head, before Melo's fierce header is tipped over the bar by Lindegaard.

Anderson's divine turn takes him away from Melo, but he can't force forward into the box, and in the end Hernandez is blocked off well by Riera with the result a goal-kick.

Yilmaz looks for a neat flick-on to Elmander, but Carrick gets in the way as the hosts begin the second half with a vigour of a team insistent on scoring.

Riera does well to control the ball and then unleash a good shot that results in an impressive display of handling from Lindegaard.

Jason Bowditch writes: "Man Utd's youngsters are doing well considering they are playing away to a difficult opposition. I think it'll be 3-1 to United with Powell, Welbeck and Macheda to score off the bench."

Pete Shields writes: "Man U always look a bit weak up front without Rooney and Van Persie. However, I think if Young and Macheda come on they could get a couple."

Amrabat does well to skip to the byline, but he is marshalled by Carrick and the ball ends up coming off the Gala man for a goal-kick.

Powell collects the ball from Buttner, and determined to mark his debut with a goal, he shoots from range but his effort bobbles wide.

Manchester United get the game restarted.

Sky Bet have boosted the odds on Galatasaray and Manchester United to draw 0-0 from 3/1 to 4/1, while Nick Powell's price for next goalscorer has been lengthened to 14/1.

United's young guns have come closest to scoring in a frenetic first half in Istanbul, can they come away with a memorable result in the second half? Send your predictions to jack.woodfield@bskyb.com or @JWoodfield365

HALF TIME. Galatasaray 0 Manchester United 0.

One minute of added time to be played.

Riera crosses in a curling ball from the left, but United's makeshift centre-back partnership continue to look strong as Jones calmly heads away.

United look much more threatening now as Rafael link up with Anderson, the latter eventually losing out to Riera after a tackle that could easily have resulted in a United free-kick.

Welbeck shows wonderful drive to force a corner, and from the delivery Powell powers a header against the crossbar! So close to a goal on his Champions League debut.

Melo takes another stab at goal from range, but again the United bodies are behind it as Carrick is the man to block.

Brilliant work from Cleverley, who tracks back to tackle Amribat, and then wins a free-kick when his Gala counterpart tries to steal it back from him.

Powell has a pop, and his solid effort clips the back of Kaya's head to earn United another corner.

Muslera gets a crucial touch to knock the ball out of Jones' path, conceding a second corner, which this time is cleared to safety by Melo.

Nounkeu heads away Anderson's delivery, but Welbeck keeps the ball alive and forces Kaya to slide in and concede a corner.

United win two free-kicks to edge further up the pitch, despite Altintop's protests that the second foul should not have been given.

Welbeck nearly beats Kaya to the ball, but the defender stays strong and Gala break forward as first Elmander and then Altintop are denied in the penalty area.

Carrick does well to hack away the corner, but Altintop picks up the ball and spreads play to Amrabat who is forced back by solid play from Fletcher.

Gala win a free-kick near the corner flag for a high boot from Anderson on Riera, the United midfielder clearly unhappy at the call.

Welbeck is tripped and surprisingly no free-kick is given when it looked like he was sandwiched between Nounkeu and Kaya.

Gala break from United's dreadful free-kick, and Amrabat collides with Rafael, no penalty given before Lindegaard eventually grabs the ball out of the air.

Another foul, and this time it's Melo on Cleverley. United win a free-kick 30 yards out, but it's a poor routine that sees Fletcher give the ball away.

Powell concedes a foul on Melo, but while things aren't going to well for the youngster defensively, he does look a threatening cog when United march forward.

Powell's touch allows Melo in to intercept, but terrific hussling from Cleverley wins the ball back for United as they knock the ball around the centre of the pitch.

Amribat makes progress down the left, until Carrick steps in, but United fail to retain possession and it's right back with the hosts.

Riera looks for Yilmaz, and eventually his ball is collected, before Amribat goes for goal from range, with a deflection carrying the ball into Lindegaard.

Lovely movement from United, with only a poor final pass from Powell into Rafael bringing it to an end. The visitors' best move of the match so far.

Inan's ball in is a good one but Yilmaz, unmarked, can only head over from close range and spurn the first real chance of the game.

Yellow card for Rafael after the full-back makes an ill-advised tackle on Amrabat near the touchline.

United barely clear after Elmander fails to make contact with the delivery, but it's the hosts in the ascendancy right now as they continue to push harder for the opener.

Eboue's delivery sees Lindegaard punch away, but only as far as Amrabat, whose curling shot takes a touch off Jones for a corner.

Hernandez takes a tumble under Inan, and United retain control of the ball in midfield, before Anderson's ball into Welbeck is headed away by Nounkeu.

Welbeck knocks off Melo and Powell breaks, linking up with Welbeck before eventually Kaya gets in the way.

Rafael slips in behind Riera, but Powell's neat ball is slightly too pacey for the full-back and it goes for a Galatasaray goal-kick.

Buttner beats Eboue for pace to claim a ball down the right, but the hosts continue their attack until the offside flag is raised against Amrabat.

Anderson holds the ball up for Cleverley, but his resulting chip into the box is met by Riera, who calmly clears for the hosts.

Altintop slides in on Welbeck, taking the striker's studs to his front in the process and understandably wincing in pain.

Melo attempts a drive from range but it's some way wide of Lindegaard's goal. Both teams have otherwise started quite brightly so far.

Eboue's loose touch allows United to regain possession, but a crunching tackle from Kaya on Powell results in an early booking.

Buttner intercepts and steals the ball off Melo terrifically, setting United away but Welbeck can't cut back for Hernandez at the byline and Muslera gathers.

Buttner shoves into Altintop and this time it's the hosts who win a free-kick this time as they probe forward with Eboue. His ball into the box is then charged down by Buttner.

The home fans are unhappy again as Altintop slides in on Powell with the free-kick given. They pick it up again though, with Elmander drawing the save from Lindegaard.

Rafael is tripped on the touchline by Inan, and much to the home man's chagrin, a foul is given in United's favour.

A poor clearance from Muslera has Nounkeu in trouble, and United pounce as Powell collects the ball, playing in Welbeck who fires straight into the goalkeeper's hands.

We're underway as Galatasaray kick off and get the game started.

Luke tweets: "I predict a 3-1 win for United! Hernandez, Cleverley & Welbeck to score."

Phil Hoole writes: "Greetings from Iowa USA. I am curious to see where the width is coming from. I see a 1-1 draw."

Ben Gleeson writes: "Very happy that Powell is playing tonight, I've wanted him to get more starts in the league, mainly because he is not afraid to hit shots outside the box. That is just something United don't do enough of anymore, Rooney used to do it a lot, but now it's all crosses and too much passing. Excited to see some 25 yarders fly in. 3-1 to United."

Iacovos from Cyprus believes the: "Key battle tonight is Carrick vs Elmander. Let's see if Elmander will do a 'Fellaini' over Carrick tonight...

Despite already securing their place in the second round as Group H winners, Manchester United's weakened team have been heavily backed at 12/5 with Sky Bet. The Turkish champions are evens to pick up their second win of the campaign, with the draw (11/4) not fancied by many ahead of kick-off. Nick Powell, 18, makes his Champions League debut and is 10/1 to open the scoring and 7/2 to net within the 90 minutes.

The referee tonight is Carlos Velasco Carballo (Spain).

Galatasaray: Muslera, Eboue, Kaya, Nounkeu, Riera, Altintop, Inan, Felipe Melo, Amrabat, Burak Yilmaz, Elmander. Subs: Ceylan, Cris, Bulut, Birinci, Kurtulus, Baytar, Colak.

And here are the teams in full...

Some early news is that Phil Jones makes his first Manchester United appearance of the season and Nick Powell his first start. Powell's introduction is Sir Alex Ferguson's only concession to youth, but his bench is packed with it, underlining United's status as group winners with two games remaining. Former Bolton front-man Johan Elmander is included for the hosts, along with Premier League old-boys Albert Riera and Emmanuel Eboue.

Good evening and welcome to the Champions League Group H clash between Galatasaray and Manchester United in Istanbul. The teams will be up here as soon as they're announced, if you'd like to drop me a line tonight you can e-mail jack.woodfield@bskyb.com or tweet @JWoodfield365.

Kick-off is 1945 GMT.

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