The holders are 8/13 to win the tie overall and 6/5 to bow out against Jose Mourinho's team - his Porto side conquered the Reds at this stage in 2004.
Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted Inter present the toughest test United could have faced in the last 16 and as a result, the reigning European champions are 11/2 third favourites to retain the trophy. Barcelona are favourites to win the competition at 3/1, ahead of United’s victims in the 2008 final, Chelsea, at 5/1. The other English sides, Liverpool and Arsenal, are 10/1 and 14/1 respectively.
With United and Inter widely thought to be quite evenly matched, many pundits tip a tight game in the San Siro - it’s 8/15 that there will be two goals or fewer scored. Three or more goals is priced at 11/8. The Reds' last away match against Inter finished 1-1, en route to the 1999 Treble. That scoreline is 5/1 to occur again. Paul Scholes bagged a late equaliser on that occasion and the midfielder is 4/1 to score at any time in the match and 66/1 to be the last goalscorer in a 1-1 draw.