What channel is Newcastle v Man United on? Kick off time, live stream and latest team news
Manchester United will return to action after their Covid outbreak when they face Newcastle United at St James’ Park.
It has been an unbeaten start for Ralf Rangnick, and United have not lost any of the six games since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking.
That said, the performance against Norwich left a lot to be desired and it remains to be seen how Covid has had an impact on United’s match fitness and sharpness.
This is another important game and we have put together everything you need to know about how to watch Newcastle v United on TV and online.
When is Newcastle v Man United on TV?
Newcastle v United will take place on Monday 27th December 2021.
This is United’s first game since the trip to Carrow Road on 11th December.
What time does Newcastle v Man United kick-off?
Norwich v Man Utd will kick off at 8pm.
Eddie Howe’s side have not missed any games so far due to Covid.
What TV channel is Newcastle v Man United on?
United fans not going to the match can watch the game on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HD.
The buildup to the game will start from 7pm on Sky Sports Premier League and half an hour later on Main Event.
How to live stream Newcastle v Man United online
Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices, including smart phones and tablets.
Highlights will also be available shortly after full-time on Sky Sports Football’s YouTube channel.
Newcastle v Man United team news
Rangnick has already said that United’s full squad has returned to full training with the exception of Paul Pogba.
It remains to be seen how carefully the returns of Edinson Cavani, Raphael Varane, Anthony Martial, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Luke Shaw are managed.
Rangnick will also be conscious of how much Covid has impacted the fitness and endurance of the players who had it.
Newcastle v United: Our prediction
As mentioned above, United need to be far better here than they were against Norwich.
They got away with it at Carrow Road because David de Gea was so good and Dean Smith’s side lacked a bit of confidence.
Newcastle have been much improved under Howe but United will be looking to impose their pressing game and introduce more of Rangnick’s ideas.
We’ll back United to get a victory here to kick off the festive season although there are plenty of unknowns going into the game.
Our prediction: Newcastle 0-2 United
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