What channel is United v Brighton on? Kick off time, live stream and latest team news
Manchester United kick off their Premier League season against Brighton tomorrow, but what time does it start and on which TV channel?
For those fans not going to Old Trafford, we’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch the match on TV and online…
When is Manchester United v Brighton on TV?
United play Brighton on Sunday 7 August 2022.
United won last season’s corresponding fixture 2-0 in February after Lewis Dunk’s red card and Cristiano Ronaldo’s screamer turned the tide after a poor first half display.
Manchester United v Brighton kick off time
The game gets underway at 2pm at Old Trafford.
The Premier League season got underway on Friday night, when Arsenal beat Crystal Palace.
Manchester United v Brighton TV channel
You can watch the buildup to the game from 1pm on Sky Sports Premier League.
The match is also being shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Ultra HD for customers who have that facility, but the coverage starts from kick-off at 2pm.
How to live stream United v Brighton online
Sky Sports 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 Brighton team news
Anthony Martial picked up a hamstring injury against Atletico Madrid last weekend and will miss this game.
It remains to be seen whether Cristiano Ronaldo will be the man to replace him, but he has been in training with the squad this week.
Luke Shaw and Jadon Sancho have recently been ill but they should be in with a chance of playing in this game.
Erik ten Hag has also already said that new signings Lisandro Martinez, Christian Eriksen and Tyrell Malacia are all fit to start.
Our prediction: Manchester United v Brighton
United have to get their new era off to a winning start, but Brighton won May’s clash at the Amex Stadium 4-0 and will be tough opponents.
It will be a test of United’s new pressing game to stop Graham Potter’s side playing their football and getting into passing patterns.
The players should be full of energy and running, while the fans should be keen to support them in full voice.
We’ll go for 2-0 victory to kick off the Ten Hag era and generate some much-needed momentum.