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Manchester United vs. Leicester real-time information, TV channel, updates: how to watch the Premier League, online streaming

Manchester United vs. Leicester real-time information, TV channel, updates: how to watch the Premier League, online streaming

The 2018-19 Premier League season officially begins on Friday when Manchester United, the title winner, welcomes Leicester City to Old Trafford. It is the only match of the day and there is already a lot at stake. Starting the season well is the key to any club, and the pressure is on Manchester United and manager Jose Mourinho. The team has conquered midfielder Paul Pogba, while Belgian star Romelu Lukaku is the striker with Alexis Sanchez. But an inconsistent defense can get a test from England striker Jamie Vardy, even though foxes have lost their best player – Riyad Mahrez – during the summer he was sold to Manchester City. Here are the initial formations:
Man. United: De Gea; Darmian, Bailly, Lindelof, Shaw; Fred, Pogba, Andreas, Mata; Alexis, Rashford.
Leicester: Schmeichel; Amartey, Morgan, Maguire, Chilwell, Ndidi; Silva, Ricardo, Maddison, Gray; Iheanacho. Here's how you can watch the game and more, and be sure to come back before kick-off for real-time updates and analysis: Manchester United vs. Leicester City: How to look in the USAWhen: Friday at 3:00 pm ET
TV: NBCSN
Stream: fuboTV (Free trial)
Follow: CBS Sports AppManchester United vs Leicester City live updates Manchester United vs Leicester City: How to watch in the UK In the UK, the game will air on BT Sport Live. What is at stake? Three early points and a perfect start for the season. For Leicester City, after using Riyad Mahrez, the team could very well be in the relegation battle if it were to slow down. Some early points will loosen all the nerves. As for United, the goal is to win the Premier League, and failing to get three points here will raise some big questions after the first day. Manchester United vs. Leicester City predictionManchester United begins his season on the right foot, with World Cup winner Paul Pogba scored with Romelu Lukaku. Man. United 2, Leicester City 0.

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