TV and streaming details of the Premier League game between Southampton and Manchester United
Manchester United will try to build on the win against Liverpool and add three points against it southampton when the teams meet on Saturday.
Erik ten Hag’s team bounced back from back-to-back defeats earlier in the season with a fantastic performance against rivals Liverpool. Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford scored as Manchester United claimed their first win of the season in their third league game.
Next up for the Red Devils is Southampton, who started the season with a loss to Tottenham and a draw with Leeds United. Their first win of the season came against Leicester City on the previous day of the Premier League and the Saints will look to build on that momentum when they meet Manchester United.
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Southampton vs Man Utd Date & Kick-Off Time
How to Watch Southampton vs Man Utd on TV and Live Stream Online
The Premier League clash between Manchester United and Southampton will be televised in the UK on BT sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimatewhile also making it available for streaming BT player.
In the United States, all of the action can be followed through the USA network.
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Man Utd squad and team news
The biggest news from Manchester is the signing of Casemiro from Real Madrid. The midfielder is expected to make his debut against Southampton on Saturday.
Anthony Martial, who played against Liverpool, could miss the weekend’s league game with injury, Teg Hag said on Friday.
“Anthony Martial is not fit. He came out with an Achilles problem, so we’ll have to wait. I can’t predict how long it will take, but of course I hope he’ll be available for the next game,” said Ten Hag.
Southampton squad and team news
Ralph Hasenhuttl has revealed Romain Perraud could return to the starting line-up after missing out on midweek’s Carabao Cup win over Cambridge United.
“Romain Perraud is back in training,” said Hasenhüttl. “It’s good to see because he was out with a groin problem but he looked good today. He wasn’t ready for the cup game so we tried to give him a good session on Tuesday and now we’ll see if he ready.” Therefore.”
Perraud’s imminent return means full-back Valentino Livramento is the only player set to miss Southampton’s clash with Manchester United.