Chelsea vs Manchester United: How to watch on TV, live stream and kick off time

Can Graham Potter’s Chelsea overcome Manchester United at Stamford Bridge? If you’d like to watch the game on TV, here’s everything you’ll need to know.
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Chelsea will take on Erik Ten Hag’s Manchester United at home in this classic Premier League encounter. Both teams will be looking for three points to help cement their places in the top four after mixed starts to the season.

In their last game, Chelsea beat Steven Gerrard’s Aston Villa 2-0 away at Villa Park. Despite having fewer shots and shots on target, Graham Potter’s team took the victory thanks to a brace from Mason Mount.

Meanwhile, Manchester United played out a dreary 0-0 against Newcastle United at Old Trafford in their previous fixture. It was an uneventful affair that saw just four shots on target from both teams over the course of 90 minutes.

On paper, there isn’t much to separate the two teams. Chelsea sit in 4th place in the Premier League table, while Manchester United are fifth.

Currently, Chelsea have 19 points, while Manchester United have accumulated 16. However, the Red Devils have a game in hand over their London rivals. If you’re planning on watching the game between Chelsea and Manchester United, whether it be on aTV or by a live stream, here’s everything you’ll need to know.

When is the Chelsea v Manchester United kick off time?

The game between Chelsea and Manchester United  will kick off at 5:30pm at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, October 22.

What TV channel is Chelsea v Manchester United on?

Chelsea v Manchester United will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. Coverage of the game will begin at 5pm.

You can sign up for a Sky Sports subscription on the Sky Sports website. There are several different sports packages you can choose from, with varying prices. As well as this, you can listen to the game on BBC Radio 5 Live and live text updates will be available on the BBC Sport website.

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