United are 5-0 up in the last-16 clash and welcome their Austrian opponents to Old Trafford with one foot already in the quarter-finals.
Solskjaer used the Europa League to rest his first-team stars and give youngsters and fringe players opportunities before lockdown.
Now it is all about European football, though the Red Devils are guaranteed Champions League football next campaign having finished third in the Premier League.
Teden Mengi was an unused substitute in Astana during the group stage and could be in line for his debut against LASK Linz.
The 18-year-old centre-back has been training with the United first-team for the last two months and Solskjaer only has three other centre halves available in Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly.
There are thoughts that Maguire and Lindelof could be given a rest, allowing Mengi the chance to start alongside Bailly.
If he does, he would become the eighth academy talent to make their first-team bow in the season, with Sir Alex Ferguson never managing that during his legendary reign.
Solskjaer has said: “Jesse [Lingard] will be starting tomorrow, but the team won't be too different to the last time we played LASK away in March.
“We know that it will be a difficult game. It wasn't a 5-0 game [in the first leg]. We scored three goals in the last five, so of course we know that we have to perform.
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“There's opportunities for players [who do well in this game] to play in the quarters if we get through.
“The youngsters coming in [to the squad] give us a bigger training group and hopefully we can see the start of a career there.”
Should United progress, as they are expected to do, they will face either Copenhagen or Istanbul Basaksehir in the quarter-finals.