Is Man Utd vs Crystal Palace on TV? How to watch, kick-off time, channel and stream for Premier League clash
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Manchester United take on Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday and here's everything you need to know, including how to follow, live stream details, match officials and team news.
The Red Devils suffered their first defeat in 10 league games last time out against league leaders Arsenal and will be looking to get back to winning ways.
A late goal from Gunners striker Eddie Nketiah clinched victory for Mikel Arteta's side which dented any hopes United may have of winning the title.
A top four spot is still very much a possibility for Erik Ten Hag's side but they can't afford to drop points at home to Palace who managed to hold United to a draw in the reverse fixture last month.
Here's all you need to know ahead of the match:
Is Man Utd vs Crystal Palace on TV?
No. Manchester United vs Crystal Palace has not been selected for TV coverage in the UK and will take place at 3pm.
Despite this, there are other ways to keep up to date with the game. You can follow proceedings via the United app or the club's official website.
If you subscribe to MUTV, the club's in-house TV channel, then you will be able to watch a pre-match show with coverage starting at 1:55pm and listen to live radio commentary throughout the game.
Man Utd vs Crystal Palace: Who are the match officials?
The match referee for the game will be Andre Marriner, he has led seven Premier League fixtures so far this season and this will be his first game involving the Red Devils this term.
The rest of the officials for this clash are as follows:
- Assistant Referees: Stuart Burt and Simon Bennett
- Fourth Official: Josh Smith
- VAR Official: Tony Harrington
- VAR Assistant: Harry Lennard
Man Utd vs Crystal Palace: Team news
Marcel Sabitzer has been included in United's squad following his loan move from Bayern Munich and will be hoping to make his debut.
Jadon Sancho could also return to the starting line-up for the first time since October having recently appeared off the bench in the League Cup against Nottingham Forest.
For Palace, their new signing Naouirou Ahamada could feature for the first time following his move from Stuttgart.
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Topics: Manchester United, Crystal Palace, Premier League, Erik Ten Hag, Patrick Vieira
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