What channel is the Villarreal v Man Utd Champions League match on? Kick off time, live stream and team news
Manchester United caretaker manager Michael Carrick will take charge of the team against Villarreal in the Champions League.
The trip to El Madrigal represents a huge night for United, where a defeat would be damaging to their hopes of progression to the knockout rounds.
Winning or drawing the game would keep United back on course to qualify from the group stage, while they search for a new manager.
We’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch Villarreal v United on TV and online.
When is Villarreal v Man Utd on TV?
Villarreal v United will take place on Tuesday 23rd November 2021.
The match is United’s final away game in this season’s Champions League group stage.
What time does Villarreal v Man Utd kick off?
Villarreal v United will kick off at 5.45pm.
This is the third time since May that the two sides have faced each other, with Villarreal winning the final of last season’s Europa League before United won the first group stage meeting 2-1.
What TV channel is Villarreal v Man Utd on?
United fans can watch the buildup to the game from 5pm on BT Sport 3.
United have already had one earlier kick-off in the Champions League this season – the late 2-1 loss against Young Boys.
How to live stream Villarreal v Man Utd 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.
Villarreal v United team news
Luke Shaw has not travelled with the squad, while Mason Greenwood is still missing after testing positive for Covid.
Paul Pogba and Raphael Varane are longer term absentees and neither will play any part here.
Edinson Cavani also missed the 4-1 defeat at Watford and he remains a fitness doubt for this game.
Everyone else should be fit to play, and Phil Jones has even made the trip to Spain, despite not being included in United’s Champions League squad and therefore being ineligible to play.
Our prediction: Villarreal v Man Utd
This is a very tricky game and if United’s level of performance stays the same as it has in recent games, it will be another tough night.
It is also hard to know how much will change after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking, given his entire coaching staff remain in place and there has been just one day of training since the Watford debacle.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been immense in this season’s Champions League and could well make the difference again on a huge night for United.
We’ll back Carrick to secure a crucial narrow win but it is hard to know what to expect from United in this one and Villarreal will be very strong opponents.
Our prediction: Villarreal 0-1 United
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