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Manchester United vs. Tottenham Hotspur: game time, live blog, and how to watch online

United we stand, United they fall.

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Manchester United are currently a club in somewhat of a free-fall. The Red Devils have only one win from their last five Premier League fixtures, and are currently languishing in ninth position on the table. They come up against a Tottenham Hotspur side that will be brimming with confidence, if not stars, with a number of encouraging results over the tricky festive period.

Unfortunately for Spurs, matches aren’t played on paper, and the impact of losing captain Heung-Min Son, Yves Bissouma, and Pape Matar Sarr to the Asia Cup / AFCON can’t be underestimated. With that said, the squad will be buoyed by the exciting new additions of Radu Dragusin and Timo Werner to the squad, as well as the potential returns of Mickey van de Ven and Cristian Romero to the side. Old Trafford has not been a happy hunting ground for Spurs over the years, but this side is made of sterner stuff, and the Lilywhites will be hungry to continue their good run against a floundering United team.



Live Blog

How to Watch

Manchester United vs. Tottenham Hotspur
Old Trafford, Manchester, UK
Sunday, January 14, 2024
Time: 11:30 a.m. ET, 4:30 p.m. UK
TV: Not televised in USA; Sky Sports Premier League (UK). Check international listings at
Streaming: Peacock

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