Man Utd vs Man City: Stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news ahead of HUGE Premier League Manchester derby | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED host rivals Manchester City in a HUGE Premier League Manchester derby, with both sides in fine form.

Pep Guardiola's men are hunting Arsenal at the top of the Premier League while Erik ten Hag's Man Utd are seeking a top four finish this season.

Both sides will be hoping that they can come away with the bragging rights when they face off.

SunSport have all the information about the huge derby clash that's coming up.

When is Man Utd vs Man City?

  • Man Utd vs Man City takes place on Saturday, January 14.
  • The clash will kick-off from 12:30pm in Manchester, England.
  • Old Trafford will host the affair which promises to be an exciting match-up.

How to watch Man Utd vs Man City?

  • The huge clash will be televised, with UK fans able to catch the derby on BT Sport 1.
  • Man Utd vs Man City is also available to be live streamed from the BT Sport app, or on the BT Sport website.
  • Customers must have a BT Sport subscription to watch the match.

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What is the team news?

There has been no definitive update from United over Van de Beek's horror injury, when his knee was severely damaged under a challenge from Bournemouth's Marcos Senesi, but he is believed to be out of the clash.

Axel Tuanzebe is not expected to be involved, while Jadon Sancho is unlikely to return against his former club after taking a short break from football.

The Citizens have been without Ruben Dias since the World Cup and he is unlikely to return for the Manchester derby.

Therefore, Manuel Akanji, John Stones, Aymeric Laporte and Nathan Ake are all competing for a starting place in central defence.

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Jack Grealish recovered from illness and is expected to feature as Guardiola's side have no further injury concerns.

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