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TV channel, live stream: How to watch Manchester United vs Arsenal (pre-season)



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On Saturday, Manchester United face off against their Premier League adversaries, Arsenal in a friendly at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium.

On Wednesday, the Gunners destroyed the MLS All-Stars 5-0 to kick off their tour in North America, while the Red Devils most recently defeated Lyon 1-0 in Edinburgh.

While many well-known players contributed to the Gunners’ victory, an unfamiliar face in Donny van de Beek stood out during United and Lyon’s matchup earlier this week at Murrayfield Stadium. He made the decisive difference.

Laurent Blanc, watched his team thwart Man United in the first half of the game. However, four minutes into the second half, Van de Beek sunk Les Gones with a beautiful volley.

Also defeating Leeds United 2-0 in Oslo, Ten Hag’s team has now won both of their pre-season friendlies. However, just like with Arsenal, the 20-time English champions will face more difficult opponents while on their North American trip.

André Onana is likely to feature against Arsenal on Saturday evening after joining officially completing his move to the Red Devils.

How to watch Manchester United vs Arsenal

The fixture at the MetLife Stadium, which has a seating capacity of 82,500 – making it the stadium in the United States with the highest listed seating capacity – will be played on 22 July at 22:00 BST.

The fixture will be broadcast exclusively on Manchester United’s TV channel, MUTV, and the club website, which requires a subscription.

Fans living outside the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland will be able to stream the fixture for free on the Manchester United App.

To follow live updates on the match, UtdDistrict will be covering the full encounter on Twitter.