What channel is the Man Utd v Villarreal Champions League match on? Kick off time, live stream and latest team news
Manchester United will face Villarreal in the second round of Champions League group matches.
It’s a huge game as United look to recover from the loss against Young Boys in their last European outing.
Winning the clash at Old Trafford would put United back on course to qualify from the group stage but anything else would ramp up the pressure even more.
We’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch United v Villarreal on TV and online.
When is Man Utd v Villarreal on TV?
United v Villarreal will take place on Wednesday 29th September 2021.
The match is United’s first home game in this season’s Champions League.
What time does Man Utd v Villarreal kick-off?
Man Utd v Villarreal will kick off at 8pm.
United will once again come against the side who beat them in the final of last season’s Europa League.
What TV channel is Man Utd v Villarreal on?
You can watch the buildup to the game from 7.15pm on BT Sport 3.
The game will also be shown on BT Sport Ultimate, for those who have that function.
How to live stream Man Utd v Villarreal online
BT Sport subscribers can watch the match on the BT Sport app, available on a variety of platforms including consoles, tablets and smartphones.
Highlights from the match will be available on BT Sport’s YouTube channel shortly after the game.
Man Utd v Villarreal team news
Marcus Rashford and Amad trained away from the squad ahead of this clash but will not be fit to play.
Harry Maguire has also been ruled out by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Luke Shaw will be given a chance to prove his fitness tomorrow and could make the bench.
Everyone else should be fit to play, although Aaron Wan-Bissaka is suspended after his red card against Young Boys.
Our prediction: Man Utd v Villarreal
This is a huge game and United need to offer up a major improvement on their recent performances.
Emery’s side will defend deep and be very organised and it’s up to United to break them down.
The atmosphere should be electric at Old Trafford and Cristiano Ronaldo could well make the difference – again.
This is an opportunity for United to show they’re a better side than they were in May, when Villarreal frustrated them in Gdansk, but it is unlikely to be a free-flowing game.
Our prediction: United 1-0 Villarreal
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