Manchester United take on Arsenal in a pre-season clash in the USA. Here is absolutely everything you need to know about the fixture.

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When is Man Utd vs Arsenal?

Manchester United take on Arsenal at the Met Life Stadium, New York. at 10 PM BST on Saturday the 22nd of July 2023.

How to Watch

Manchester United versus Arsenal will be broadcast live exclusively on MUTV! They will also be showing the entirety of the tours games – so sign up now!

Live Stream

You will be able to live stream the pre-season match if you have a MUTV account that has a subscription.

You can buy a monthly pass and which will allow you to have an account and watch all the football on MUTV for 30 days. This pass costs you £7.99 and will give you access to every single game on tour.

The live stream can be accessed on most devices, just check for the MUTV application in your store. Alternatively, it can be accessed here on

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TV Channel UK

The UK TV channel for MUTV is on the following:

Team News

Judging from the travelling squad, United should be playing a very strong side against the Gunners.

Huge news just coming out is that imminent signing Andre Onana could actually feature, with him linking up with the squad just before the game.

This would be a mightily impressive turnaround from the Cameroonian – so this remains to be seen.

We could see the first of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes and Casemiro in this fixture – so it’s certainly one not to be missed

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Man Utd vs Arsenal Prediction

With United thriving in pre-season so far, we want to be optimistic and say a United win. However – this is tougher competition.

Arsenal have invested well thus far in the transfer window and will have many players looking to prove a point to their boss. Nevertheless… we think ten Hag’s men will just nick it.