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Date, kick-off time and venue
Manchester United vs Liverpool is scheduled for an 8pm BST kick-off time tonight, Monday, August 22, 2022.
Old Trafford in Manchester will host the match.
Where to watch Manchester United vs Liverpool
TV channel: In the UK, tonight’s game will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League, with coverage beginning at 6:30pm on Monday Night Football.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the game online via the Sky Go app.
LIVE coverage: Get minute-by-minute updates via the Standard Sport match blog this evening.
Manchester United vs Liverpool team news
Anthony Martial could make his first appearance of the season for Manchester United tonight, with Ten Hag confirming that the Frenchman has returned to training. He was in impressive form in pre-season, but injury kept him out of the opening two league matches.
Victor Lindelof has been ruled out though, while it remains to be seen whether Lisandro Martinez keeps his place at the back after a difficult start to his United career. Youngster Facundo Pellistri is sidelined after a setback, along with Brandon Williams.
Where and when is the match?
Manchester United v Liverpool takes place at Old Trafford on Monday, August 22.
What time is kick-off?
The match will kick-off at 8pm UK time.
How can I watch it?
Manchester United v Liverpool will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. Extended coverage starts at 6.30pm on both channels.
Can I steam Manchester United v Liverpool?
Sky Sports and Virgin Media subscribers will be able to stream the match LIVE via the Sky Go and Virgin TV Go apps on most Smartphones, tablets and laptops.
What if I don’t have a subscription?
You can still watch the big match without a subscription by purchasing a NOW TV Sky Sports day pass. £11.99 gets you access to all of Sky’s Sports channels for 24 hours. The match can be stream on a Smart TV or through any modern portable device like a Smartphone or a laptop. Ideal for a one-off game.
Alternatively, the ECHO will be bringing you frequent updates from the game with our LIVE match coverage, direct from Old Trafford.
Liverpool line-up: Latest team news
Manager Jurgen Klopp has a host of injuries to deal with for this one.
Speaking on Friday, he said: “Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones are both getting closer to fitness, but no chance for Man United game.”
On Roberto Firmino, Klopp added: “Bobby has trained completely normally and is ready.”
Joe Gomez, meanwhile, came off the bench against Palace last Monday and Klopp confirmed the England international will start today: “It is an opportunity. He only came back to team training on Sunday from a little issue. Nat Phillips played a really good game against Palace. Joe is back, he will start and it’s a big opportunity.”
Liverpool also have Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain ruled out through injury, as well as centre-backs Joel Matip and Ibrahima Konate.
Darwin Nunez is suspended after his straight red card against Palace.
Manchester United line-up: Latest team news
Erik ten Hag has a few issues to contend with ahead of this game, but may welcome back Anthony Martial.
“Victor (Lindelof) has not returned to the training pitch, but the good news is that Anthony Martial is back in training with the team,” he said on Friday.
Ten Hag also confirmed that youngster Facundo Pellistri remains out injured.
On Cristiano Ronaldo, Ten Hag added: “I don’t know why he is in particular focus after Saturday. It was the team performance and the whole team’s attitude, including Ronaldo.
“He is in our plans so that is what I can say.”
Casemiro, meanwhile, who has agreed to join United in a deal that could reach up to £70million, is not available. The 30-year-old has not yet been registered by United amid issues with his visa.