Southampton vs Man Utd LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news, kick-off time for big Premier League clash – latest updatesNovember 29, 2020
MANCHESTER UNITED are up against Southampton today and will be looking to pick up a run of form they've not yet managed to obtain so far this Premier League season.
The Saints will make it hard for United, however, as Ralph Hasenhuttl's men are fifth in the table after nine games this season – and they're playing some of the most attractive football in the division.
- Start time: 2pm GMT
- TV/Live stream: Sky Sports Premier League/NOW TV
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What time does Southampton vs Man Utd kick off?
- The match kicks off at 2pm UK time TODAY.
- It takes place at St Mary's.
- Last time the two sides met at this venue, ten man Southampton held out for a 1-1 draw at home to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team.
What TV channel is Southampton vs Man Utd on?
- Southampton vs Man Utd is live on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event.
- Coverage commences at 1pm on Sky Sports Premier League and 2pm on Sky Sports Main Event.
- Sam Dymond
Welcome to our live coverage of the Premier League encounter between Southampton and Manchester United.
What a difference a year makes. This day back in 2019, Saints were on a run of eight games without a win – one a 9-0 home defeat to Leicester – and were only kept off the bottom of the table by Watford.
Fast forward 365 days and Ralph Hasenhuttl’s men are seven undefeated, and encouraging talk of European football returning to St Mary’s next season; a win this afternoon and they will re-enter the Champions League spots.
The goalscoring form of Danny Ings has been a huge factor in Southampton’s rise from the ashes, but the England striker remains unavailable as he recovers from a knee injury.
Nathan Redmond is also out, but the hosts do have Theo Walcott. The one-time Southampton boy wonder has returned to the club on loan and will play through the pain of a broken arm.
Standing in their way are a Manchester United side, hoping to shoot up into the top half with another three points away from Old Trafford.
Their form on the road has been excellent with seven consecutive away victories in the Premier League – an eighth today would set a new club record.
Bruno Fernandes continues to shine brightest and added another two goals to his tally in Wednesday’s win over Istanbul Basaksehir in midweek.
Luke Shaw remains out and Scott McTominay is a doubt, but Marcus Rashford should be fit enough to continue in attack.
We’ll have confirmation of the two teams shortly with kick-off on the south coast to come at 2pm.
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