Manchester United vs Leipzig: how and where to watch - times, TV, online
All the information you need to know on how and where to watch Manchester United host Leipzig at Old Trafford (Manchester) on 28 October at 21:00 CET.
Manchester United will try to bring another victory to their fans in Champions League gameweek 2 after beating PSG in Paris against all the odds. This time around they will take on German powerhouse Leipzig, who also won their opening game against Istanbul Buyuksehir (2-0).
Manchester United vs Leipzig: preview
The Red Devils could see the return of Axel Tuanzebe in a three-man defence, which worked perfectly well against the French champions.
Summer signings Edinson Cavani and Donny van de Beek could line up in the starting XI if Ole Gunnar Solksjaer decides to give some rest to Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford. United will host Arsenal next weekend and they desperately need a victory in that, as they currently sit 15th in the Premier League.
Meanwhile, in midfield Solksjaer will have plenty of options, with Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba, Fred and Scott McTominay all available.
On the other hand, Eric Bailly, Jesse Lingard and Phil Jones are still injured.
As for the visitors, Leipzig go into the match with several injuries, especially in defence. Marcel Halstenberg, Lukas Klostermann will miss it due to injuries. Nordi Mukiele was forced off in the weekend victory over Hertha and hasn't travelled, so Benjamin Henrichs could take his spot.
The midfield line of the early Bundesliga leaders won’t be at its best either, with Konrad Laimer and Amadou Haidara out, while Tyler Adams will remain doubtful until the final training session. Kevin Kampl is fit and could play from the start.
Squad news ahead of #MUNRBL ℹ️— RB Leipzig English (@RBLeipzig_EN) October 27, 2020
▪ Nordi #Mukiele has not travelled to Manchester due to muscular problems.
▪ Our final training session will determine whether Tyler #Adams could feature.
▪ Kevin #Kampl is fit and is an option for the starting XI.
🔴⚪ #DieRotenBullen #UCL pic.twitter.com/2PEgUAvxui
Leipzig have not suffered defeat in any competition since they lost to PSG (3-0) in last season's Champions League semi-finals.
What time does the Manchester United vs Leipzig match start?
The 2020/2021 Champions League Group H match between Manchester United and Leipzig will be played at Old Trafford (Manchester) and will kick off at 21:00 CET on Wednesday 28 October 2020.
That's 20:00 in the UK, 15:00 ET and 12:00 noon PT.
Find out what time the match kicks off no matter where you are in the world.
Where can I watch Manchester United vs Leipzig?
No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the Manchester United vs Leipzig match is available on here.
United Kingdom: BT Sport App, BT Sport 2, BTSport.com, BT Sport Ultimate, BBC Radio 5 Live.
United States: TUDNxtra, CBS All Access, ZonaFutbol, TUDN App, Galavision, Univision NOW, TUDN.com
Is the Manchester United vs Leipzig game online?
Manchester United-Leipzig is available in most nations through the rights holders’ online platform, if they have one. The best option is to check who is showing the game in your country and if they have an online service or iOS/Android app to watch it on.
For example, CBS Sports Network has the rights to the Champions League for the US and you can watch the games on CBS All Access.
Meanwhile, for the UK audience, BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match online via the video player and the BT Sport app.
You can also follow all the action via our minute-by-minute text feed right here on AS English.
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