It's going to take a massive comeback from Roma for them to reach the Europa League final. The Serie A side woudn't have thought that when leading at Old Trafford but returned to Italy with a 6-2 defeat. It's not going well at all for Roma at present and they may well miss out on European football next season. Following the loss at Old Trafford, Roma were beaten again going down 2-0 at Sampdoria. That left them seventh in Serie A, the UEFA Conference League position, two points ahead of Sassuolo. That defeat made it six without a win and the last three all lost with 11 goals conceded. Only one of their last four at home have been won with the last two both being drawn. They are unbeaten in their last 11 home Europa League games but their current form is well below that standard. Just once in their last nine home European games have they scored four or more goals. The prospects of them doing that against United (and it still might not be enough) aren't good.
Manchester United at least have had a good break after the events of Sunday. They come into this second leg in Rome on an unbeaten run of seven matches. It'll be interesting to see what team they put out for this game. They have a strong squad so whatever line-up they put out will be a major test for Roma, especially an out of form one. United have scored 14 goals in their last five matches and one of those was a goalless draw at Leeds. Their away form is highly impressive with no defeats in the Premier League this season. Only one of their last 17 away fixtures has been lost, the 3-1 FA Cup defeat at Leicester City. All three of their away matches in the Europa League this season have been won. Earlier in the season they also won at PSG in the Champions League. With Roma having no option but to attack, that's going to make this an open game. Back United to get a win and definitely also go for both teams to score.