How to watch Crystal Palace vs Manchester United – TV channel and live stream

Manchester United have the chance to end their disappointing campaign on a high with a win over Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Sunday (4pm). It will be their first Premier League clash since their collapse against Brighton, two weeks ago.

The result on the south coast left a bitter taste among many Reds as they were easily dispatched by Graham Potter’s side prompting those in the away end to chant ‘you’re not fit to wear the shirt’. In Ralf Rangnick’s final match as interim manager, United have an opportunity to finish the season with three points and secure Europa League football for next season.

The last time the two sides met it was Rangnick’s first game in charge of the Reds and it was Fred’s solitary goal that won it for the Reds. However, their fortunes haven’t been so fruitful since they’ve failed to stamp their mark in – what has proven to be disappointing – the battle for Champions League football.

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Incoming manager Erik ten Hag will be in attendance for the clash in Croydon ahead of his formal announcement as the next head coach at Old Trafford. But they travel to Patrick Vieira’s side who have made it difficult for the visitors this season beating both Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal.

What channel is Crystal Palace vs Man United on?

Despite the importance of the Reds’ trip to the capital, they will not be televised on Sky Sports or BT Sport. The broadcaster has opted to show Manchester City’s clash with Aston Villa on Sky Sports Main Event, Liverpool and Wolves on Sky Sports Premier League and Leeds United’s relegation decider against Brentford on Sky Sports Football.

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However, Sky Sports customers can watch all of the goals as they go in, including United’s, on Sky Sports News as part of their Soccer Saturday coverage. The build-up, including pre-match interviews, is from 1pm.

Can I stream Crystal Palace vs Man United?

You can watch the action across the Premier League unfold on the Sky Sports website or via the Sky Go app on the proviso you have a valid subscription for the broadcaster. These services are available on your desktop or laptop – as well as mobile devices and tablets.

Sky Sports News will be broadcasting a special program which will show the goals from all the Premier League matches as they go in, while Final Score (on the BBC iPlayer) will also be broadcasting the goals as they’re scored.

Alternatively, you can follow every kick with Manchester Evening News and our dedicated team with our live blog updates coming from Old Trafford. Highlights will be shown across the board later on.

The 2021/22 Premier League season sees 200 live games split across three broadcasters.

Sky Sports retain the rights to the bulk of those fixtures with 128 live matches. They also own rights to the Carabao Cup and several international matches. Check out the latest Sky deals here.

BT Sport hold the rights to 52 live Premier League games. They also have exclusivity of all UEFA competitions including the Champions League, Europa League, and Europa Conference League. Check out their latest packages here, or get a £25 Monthly Pass.

Amazon’s 20 live Premier League games will return in the 2022/23 season. A handful of 21/22 season games due to take place before New Year are also still to be broadcast. Click here to start your Amazon Prime Video subscription today.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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