Manchester United v West Ham United: How to watch Premier League game on TV, live stream and kick off time

West Ham have not won away from home since August when they beat Aston Villa 1-0 at Villa Park

West Ham United travel to Manchester United in the latest gameweek in the Premier League. Both sides are fresh off of European wins, with West Ham beating Silkeborg 1-0 in the Europa Conference League, whilst Man Utd beat Sheriff 3-0 in the Europa League.

The Hammers rarely fare well when playing United at Old Trafford. The side have picked up just three points in their last 14 trips to the famous stadium, with their last win coming 15 years ago courtesy of a Carlos Tevez winner.

Overall, West Ham’s away record is quite poor in the Premier League. They have kept just two clean sheets in their last 17 away Premier League games, and have won just two of their last 14 on the road.

Despite that, they have recovered after a poor start and currently sit 10th in the Premier League. Their latest win came against Bournemouth, in a game dominated by VAR decisions.

Summer signing Thilo Kehrer seemingly used his hands to assist Kurt Zouma for their opener, before Said Benrahma tucked away a penalty after Bournemouth defender Jordan Zemura was judged to have used his hand to block a cross.

What time is kick off?

Kick off at Old Trafford will be at 4:15pm on Sunday, 30 October.

Can I watch the game on TV?

Yes. Despite some Sunday fixtures not being televised - such as Arsenal vs Nottingham Forest, this game will be televised on Sky Sports.

Can I live stream the game?

People with a Sky Sports subscription can watch the game on console, mobile, tablet or laptop on Sky Go.

How to sign up to Sky Sports

One way to watch Manchester United v West Ham on Sky Sports is through NOW TV. You can choose from two options.

One option is their day and mobile membership. This one-off payment currently costs £11.98 and it gives you access to Sky Sports for 24 hours and you will Receive a 9-month Mobile Month Membership within 10 working days.

Another option via NOW TV is a monthly subscription. This is available for £33.99 a month, and you can get Unlimited access to all 11 Sky Sports channels, Over 1000 hours of highlights and documentaries on-demand and more.

Sky + or Sky Q customers can also get the Complete Sky Sports Package. This gives you All eight Sky Sports channels, including Premier League, F1 & more, for an extra £25 a month.

For non-Sky customers, you can purchase a package consisting of all Sky Sports channels and much more, with Sky TV & Netflix. This costs £46 a month down from £51, for 18 months and costs £20 to set up.

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