How To Watch Manchester United vs Leeds on MUTV & LUTV
Manchester United will play their first preseason friendly against Leeds United this week as they get ready for the upcoming 2023–24 Premier League season.
Here is all the information you need to know about watching the friendly match between Manchester United and Leeds in the UK.
The eight preseason games that United will play this summer will only be broadcast on MUTV, but there will be other streaming services that you can use for free that day. To get around any GEO-related restrictions, just make sure you have a VPN.
This pre-season clash is set to take place on Wednesday, July 12.
Manchester United vs Leeds will kick-off at 4pm BST, 8:30 PM IST and 11 am (EDT)
The game will take place at the Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo, Norway.
For Manchester United fans, the fixture will be shown live on MUTV on the club channel, the United App and ManUtd.com.
The full match replay will be available to watch afterwards via MUTV on-demand.
Al of Man United’s pre-season fixtures will be available via the club’s official channel.
Leeds supporters, meanwhile, will be able to stream the game on LUTV.
A monthly pass for LUTV is priced at £3.49: https://video.leedsunited.com/home.
Supporters can sign up and pay £7.99 a month or £29.99 for the year via this link: https://www.manutd.com/en/mutv/subscribe.
You can access MUTV on MUTV.com or, depending on where you are, by downloading the iOS or Android mobile or tablet app. If available in your area, you can also watch on a larger screen with a single subscription on Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Xbox, and Roku. Fans of Manchester United from all over the world can subscribe right now by clicking this link: https://www.manutd.com/en/mutv-international/mutv-on-demand.
After completing his £55 million transfer from Chelsea last week, Mason Mount might make his club debut.
With Dean Henderson still recovering from surgery and David de Gea having left the club as a free agent, Tom Heaton is the only senior goalkeeper traveling with the group.
In an effort to speed up his recovery from the serious foot injury he sustained in April, Lisandro Martinez has resumed training at Carrington.
Despite the fact that Stuart Dallas, Tyler Adams, and Luis Sinisterra have all had ongoing injuries, Farke will want to see all three players participate in some capacity in the Norwegian capital.
Following Leeds’ relegation to the Championship last season, several players have already left the team, including Weston McKennie, Diego Llorente, and Robin Koch.
After being relegated, Leeds is seeking to return to the top flight at the first attempt and has hired former Norwich manager Daniel Farke.
Leeds have three long-term injuries, with Stuart Dallas, Tyler Adams and Luis Sinisterra all suffering from major issues.
Goalkeepers: Tom Heaton, Nathan Bishop, Matej Kovar.
Defenders: Alvaro Fernandez, Rhys Bennett, Will Fish, Marc Jurado, Lisandro Martinez, Raphael Varane, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Brandon Williams.
Midfielders: Toby Collyer, Fred, Dan Gore, Hannibal Mejbri, Isak Hansen-Aaroen, Kobbie Mainoo, Mason Mount, Maxi Oyedele, Charlie Savage.
Forwards: Amad Diallo, Noam Emeran, Omari Forson, Joe Hugill, Jadon Sancho, Shola Shoretire.
Leeds Playing XI: Van den Heuvel; Drameh, Ayling, Cooper, Struijk; Rutter, Gyabi, Shackleton, Greenwood; Bamford, Gelhardt
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