Manchester United vs Watford on TV? Live stream, kickoff time and team news for Premier League game

Manchester United return to the Premier League as they welcome Watford’s relegation fighters to Old Trafford.

The Red Devils will breathe a sigh of relief after drawing 1-1 against Atl├ętico Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 on Wednesday.


Supersubstitute Anthony Elanga equalizes with Atl├ętico Madrid1 credit

But they will hope for an easier game when they host 19th-placed Watford, who enter this match after being beaten 4-1 courtesy of Crystal Palace.

Manchester United are undefeated in the league since their embarrassing home loss to Wolves earlier in the year.

But for the time being, the Hornets have the right to brag because Watford got the better of the 13-time Premier League winner earlier this season.

What time does Manchester United vs Watford start?

  • Manchester United vs Watford will take place on Saturday 26 February.
  • The match is scheduled to start at 15:00 UK time.
  • It takes place at Old Trafford in Manchester.
  • The sides last met in the return match at Vicarage Road, where Watford defeated the Red Devils 4-1.

What TV channel is the match between Manchester United and Watford on and can I broadcast it live?

  • Unfortunately, the match “Manchester United” – “Watford” will not be broadcast live on British television.
  • This is due to the fact that the start of the match falls on the time of the law on turning off television, which is valid from 14:45 to 17:15.
  • However, the game can be streamed through the NBC Sports website and app.

Team news

Scott McTominay missed a trip to Spain midweek due to illness and the Scotland international continues to deal with the same issue so he will be unavailable for selection.

Edinson Cavani continues to look forward to Premier League matches as the Uruguayan still struggles with a groin injury that has kept him out of his last four matches.

Roy Hodgson says he doubts if Samuel Kalu will be able to play for the Hornets after a light kick to the ankle.

Peter Etobo and Kwadwo Baa took part in the U23 game, which helped them see progress in the recovery period, but this trip started too early. The same with Nicolas Nkulu.

However, the Hertfordshire side have received a significant boost as Joao Pedro and Uray Cuca are in contention to both miss the loss to Crystal Palace.

On top of that, Watford striker Josh King appears to have recovered from an injury he sustained in training last week.

Last Chances

Manchester United win 3/10

Draw 4/1

Watford win 8/1

*Odds provided by Betfair are correct at the time of publication.

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