Man Utd vs Crystal Palace live stream. Manchester United’s Premier League season finally gets underway on Saturday, a week after everybody else.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were given an extra week off due to their run to the Europa League semi-finals last month.
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Midfielder Donny van de Beek could make his Man Utd debut, following his £40million move from Ajax earlier this month, in a midfield packed with attacking talent.
Visitors Crystal Palace arrive at Old Trafford off the back of a 1–0 win over Southampton on the opening day of the season, thanks to a goal from former Utd winger Wilfried Zaha
Palace meanwhile are looking to build on a strong campaign last time out and got their season off to the perfect start last week, beating Southampton 1–0.
What time does Man Utd vs Crystal Palace kick off?
This Premier League clash is set for Saturday, September 19 — TODAY.
Kick-off is at 5.30pm BST.
When Palace visited Old Trafford last season, they memorably won 2–1 with a stoppage time winner from Patrick van Aanholt.
What TV channel is Man Utd vs Crystal Palace on and can I live stream it?
You can catch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD.
Coverage begins at 5.15pm.
If you don’t have a Sky subscription but want to watch, grab a NOW TV pass from just £9.99.
The Red Devils were not in action on the opening weekend due to their participation in the latter stages of the Europa League last month. After a disappointing semi-final defeat to Sevilla, United will hope to make a good start to the new domestic campaign with a positive result against Palace.
This summer has been an interesting one for United with the Red Devils consistently linked with a move for Borussia Dortmund superstar Jadon Sancho among others. As things stand, United only have one new signing going into Saturday’s game with Donny van de Beek arriving from Ajax, with fans still hoping for more before the window closes in October.
But United chief executive Ed Woodward is happy with the business done so far, also reminding fans of the testing situation they are currently in.
“Disruption from the pandemic is continuing to create huge economic pressures from the top to the bottom of the football pyramid and, while we are fortunate to be in a more resilient position than most clubs, we are not immune from the impact,” Woodward told the United Review.
“Despite this, we are delighted to have brought in Donny van de Beek from Ajax, adding further quality to a midfield already strengthened by the recruitment of Bruno Fernandes in January.
“Both Donny and Bruno are players we had been tracking for some time and their signings reflect our long-term approach to blending high-quality recruits with homegrown talent to develop a squad capable of winning trophies playing attacking, entertaining football.