What TV channel is the Man Utd v Arsenal Premier League match on? Kick off time, live stream and how to watch

Michael Carrick will be in the Manchester United dugout once again when they host Arsenal.

It should be the Englishman’s final game in caretaker charge, with Ralf Rangnick waiting for his work permit and visa to come through.

This remains one of the biggest rivalries in English football despite not being a title fight in recent years.

We’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch United v Arsenal on TV and online.

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When is United v Arsenal on TV?

United v Arsenal will take place on Thursday 2nd December 2021.

United are on a run of one win in their last eight Premier League games.

What time does United v Arsenal kick-off?

The game will kick off at 8.15pm.

The visit of Mikel Arteta’s side rounds off the midweek programme of Premier League fixtures.

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What TV channel is United v Arsenal on?

The only way to watch the game is on Amazon Prime.

Every Premier League match of the midweek programme is on Amazon.

How to live stream United v Arsenal online

Amazon Prime subscribers can watch the match on a variety of platforms including consoles, tablets and smartphones.

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Manchester United v Arsenal team news

Harry Maguire’s suspension is over and the captain will be available for selection in this game.

Paul Pogba and Raphael Varane are long-term absentees and will definitely not play any part here.

Luke Shaw continues to be monitored carefully and Edinson Cavani is working his way back to fitness.

Our prediction: United v Arsenal

As well as their dismal Premier League form, there is another record United need to end here.

They have not beaten Arsenal in the Premier League since April 2018, scoring just one goal in their last five attempts.

That is nowhere near good enough but it will not be easy to end that run with Arsenal in decent form.

Carrick will be looking to end his brief caretaker spell with a bang in the first game at Old Trafford since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking.

Our prediction: United 2-1 Arsenal

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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.