[WATCH/STREAMS!] Manchester United vs Manchester City Live Free Online Broadcast 29 October 2023
Manchester United and Manchester City are set to renew their hostilities when they meet at Old Trafford in a Premier League tie on Sunday. Man Utd vs Man City live stream: How to watch Premier League game online today
A massive first Manchester derby of the season
The Man Utd vs Man City live stream is one of the standout fixtures of the season. We’ve seen plenty of drama in Manchester derbies over the years, and there is no reason why today's should be any different — you can watch it live from anywhere
Man Utd vs Man City live stream, Date, Time, Channels
The Man Utd vs Man City live stream takes place today (Oct. 29.)
Time: 3:30 p.m. GMT / 11:30 a.m. ET / 8:30 a.m. PT / 2:30 a.m. AEDT (Oct. 30)
U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports
U.S. — Watch on Peacock
Man City might be hovering around the top of the table but they have not been at their fluent best this season. Yet. Boss Pep Guardiola would love a stand-out performance against local rivals and will surely be looking to Erling Haaland to provide the goals – as he did in Wednesday's Champions League win over Young Boys.
The Red Devils have had a troubled season so far. However, a dramatic late penalty save by Andre Onana in the Champions League on Tuesday will give the under-pressure keeper some confidence. That 1-0 win against Copenhagen will relieve the pressure on manager Erik ten Hag too.
Man Utd fullbacks Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are still some way from being fit, but Sergio Reguilon is available. In midfield, we should be treated to a battle between Casemeiro and the Blues' Rodri. The former is expected to have recovered from an ankle injury, the latter returned last week following suspension.
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As of now, Erik ten Hag's men are five points off the top-four in the league. Diogo Dalot scored the winner against Sheffield United in the Red Devil's last Premier League game, before Harry Maguire did the same against Copenhagen in the mid-week Champions League tie.
On the other hand, Pep Guardiola's side find themselves chasing leaders Tottenham in the domestic circuit. The Cityzens defeated Brighton and Young Boys in the Premier League and Champions League, respectively, with Erling Haaland showing no signs of slowing down.
Injury absentees Lisandro Martinez, Luke Shaw, Amad Diallo and Tyrell Malacia, apart from the exiled Jadon Sancho will not be part of the Manchester derby on Sunday.
Casemiro is tipped for a return in midfield, while Aaron Wan-Bissaka may at best make it to the bench.
Also in midfield, Christian Eriksen should start ahead of Sofyan Amrabat, with Scott McTominay to stand by in case Casemiro is not a 100 percent.
Manuel Akanji is suspended after being sent off in last domestic tie, but John Stones is back to cover up at the back.
That leaves Kevin De Bruyne (hamstring) as the only one out injured.
The likes of Josko Gvardiol, Kyle Walker, Bernardo Silva and Phil Foden are also available for selection, and Julian Alvarez as dangerous as Haaland in attack.
Manchester United welcome Manchester City to Old Trafford this afternoon as the first Manchester derby of the season brings the curtain down on another Premier League weekend.
United have been far from their best this season. They required their latest ever Premier League comeback to beat Brentford before an international break they returned from with a win by the same scoreline at rock-bottom Sheffield United.
Erik ten Hag's team toiled to a third straight victory in all competitions on Tuesday, when Andre Onana's last-gasp spot-kick save sealed a crucial 1-0 win against Copenhagen in the Champions League. It was another narrow escape for a United side that need to be far better if they are to stand any chance of winning the 191st Manchester derby.
City have also not been at their best but still find themselves firmly in the top four, six points ahead of their neighbours in eighth. Last season's treble winners lost two consecutive Premier League games before the international break but bounced back with wins over Brighton and Young Boys.
Erik ten Hag’s side come into the clash with their bitter rivals having secured vital back-to-back wins on an emotional night at Sheffield United and then against FC Copenhagen, as Harry Maguire and Andre Onana’s heroics on Tuesday night kept their Champions League hopes alive.
But United now face a significant step up in opposition as they host Pep Guardiola’s treble winners at an “unusual kick-off time”. It is the first meeting of the sides since City beat United to win last season’s FA Cup final at Wembley.
United beat City at Old Trafford last season after a dramatic comeback, and Guardiola’s side will be out for revenge as they look to close the gap to Tottenham and Arsenal in the Premier League table.