What channel is Manchester United v Arsenal on? Kick off time, live stream and latest team news

Manchester United are set to play their next Premier League game against Arsenal, but what time does it start and on which TV channel?

For those fans not going to the game, we’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch the match on TV and online…

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When is Manchester United v Arsenal on TV?

United play Arsenal on Sunday 4 September 2022.

United won the corresponding fixture last season under interim manager Michael Carrick thanks to a Cristiano Ronaldo penalty.

Manchester United v Arsenal kick off time

The game gets underway at 4.30pm.

United are about to embark on a cycle of Thursday-Sunday games as the Europa League gets underway.

Is Manchester United v Arsenal on TV?

The TV channel showing Manchester United v Arsenal is Sky Sports Main Event as well as Sky Sports Premier League, and supporters not going to the game can watch the buildup from 4pm.

The match is also being shown on Sky Sports Ultra HD for customers who have that facility.

How to live stream Manchester United v Arsenal online

Sky customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets.

Highlights of the game will be available shortly after full-time on Sky Sports’ official YouTube channel.

Manchester United v Arsenal team news

Erik ten Hag has already confirmed that Anthony Martial is out injured and will once again miss out here.

Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka also missed the game against Leicester and it remains to be seen if they can play here.

Facundo Pellistri is the only other known absentee and this game could see Antony make his first appearance in the famous red shirt.

Our prediction: Manchester United v Arsenal

This will be a big test against an Arsenal side who have won every single Premier League game so far this season.

United could take the same approach they did against Liverpool, picking their moments to get intense and aggressive and digging in in front of a raucous home crowd.

The fans need to do their part and United should be up for this game against a historic rival.

There have been back to back 1-0 wins but let’s go with 2-1 here, in what would be a huge statement.

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Sam Preston is an NCTJ gold standard news and sports journalist who studied with the Press Association. He also has a 2:1 law with French law degree from the University of Birmingham, which included a year studying at Bordeaux Montaigne University. He is an FA Level 1 football coach who appeared on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show in 2018 and has also written digital football content and match-day programme pieces for Colchester United, Mansfield Town and Stockport County.