Manchester United vs West Ham live stream – The important TV details you need to know ahead of this Premier League game at Old Trafford.
Manchester United are gearing up to meet top-four rivals West Ham at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon (3pm).
Goals from Anthony Elanga, Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford settled the scores for United in the midweek encounter with plucky Brentford at the Community Stadium.
But this impending showdown with the Hammers marks a step up in class for Ralf Rangnick and his team.
Only two points separate the sides heading into that one – while Arsenal and Tottenham also have to be factored in amid what is shaping up to be an intense battle to qualify for the Champions League next season.
Here is how you can follow every kick of this Premier League fixture;
What channel is Man United vs West Ham on?
In the midst of the devastating Covid-19 pandemic, broadcasters and the Premier League struck up an agreement that meant supporters could watch their favourite team – in every game – from the comfort of their own homes.
As we continue to emerge from the outbreak, though, normal service has been resumed on our TV screens.
Of course, that means 3pm kick-offs such as this one are no longer being screened live by broadcasters; such as BT Sport, Sky Sports and Amazon Prime Video.
Can I stream Man United vs West Ham?
Although clubs have their own matchday services, the answer here is a resounding no.
Your best bet to ensure that you don’t miss a kick on Saturday afternoon is to follow our matchday blog.
As always, your dedicated team from Manchester Evening News will provide a rundown of the action and pick up on those insightful bits that TV cameras might have missed anyway.
Of course, if you want to see the goals, highlights will be provided across the board later on.
What is the early Man United vs West Ham team news?
Paul Pogba (thigh) has returned to training – but this game will come too soon for the World Cup winner.
United provided an update on Scott McTominay (back) soon after their win over Brentford and it was good news for the Scotland midfielder. He should be fit to play after being forced off during the closing stages on Wednesday night. Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been ruled out with illness.
Question marks remain over Edison Cavani after the veteran frontman picked up a knock in training.
As for the Hammers, they have already been handed a huge selection boost for their trip to Old Trafford.
Algeria winger Said Benrahma is back early from Africa Cup of Nations duty after the defending champions were eliminated at the group stage of the ongoing competition in Cameroon. It had been expected they would make it to the knock-out rounds.
Mark Noble (knee) is still injured, but Kurt Zouma and Tomas Soucek (Covid-19) are in contention to play.