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Man Utd vs Fulham: How to watch, TV channel and kick-off time for FA Cup quarter-final

Chris Byfield

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Man Utd vs Fulham: How to watch, TV channel and kick-off time for FA Cup quarter-final

Manchester United take on Fulham in the FA Cup this afternoon, with a Wembley semi-final at stake. Here’s how to watch the crucial cup tie.

Having already claimed the Carabao Cup this season, United’s first trophy in six years, Erik ten Hag’s side now turn their attention to the FA Cup.

No side in history has reached the final four of the competition more than the Old Trafford club. However, they’ve lost five of their last eight matches at the stage, including losing to eventual winners Leicester City in 2020/21.

Meanwhile, Marco Silva has navigated the newly-promoted Fulham to ninth in the Premier League, with European football next term a tangible possibility.


While the Cottagers will be hoping to replicate their league form in the FA Cup encounter, they have won none of their last 15 games against United, and just one of their last 25 at Old Trafford.


Moreover, Fulham, who haven’t made an FA Cup semi-final in 21 years, have lost eight in a row against the Red Devils in the FA Cup.

Here’s all the information regarding how to watch the FA Cup clash.


Man Utd v Fulham: Kick-off time & how to watch

United’s game against Fulham will kick off at 4:30pm on Sunday, March 19.

The game will be shown on ITV, with fans able to tune in to watch the coverage for free from 3:45pm.

How to stream Man Utd vs Fulham


The FA Cup encounter can also be streamed live via the ITV Hub on a range of devices, including laptops, smartphones and tablets.

Meanwhile, you can listen to the match on talkSPORT, which is available on DAB radio.

You can also listen to talkSPORT online via the website or app.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Football, Erik Ten Hag, Manchester United, Fulham, FA Cup

Chris Byfield
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