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Cambridge United vs. Manchester United: how to watch the FA Cup online, tv listings, live stream link

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The Manchester United team is out for their FA Cup fourth round clash with Cambridge this evening, and manager Louis van Gaal is pulling few punches. His team is a strong one -- only Adnan Januzaj and James Wilson would be eye-raising inclusions if this was a Premier League game. The only suprise is that Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata have both been omitted from the squad.

It's anyone's guess which weird and wonderful formation van Gaal is using, but TBB is taking a stab in the dark and predicting a back three comprised of Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo and one of Michael Carrick or Daley Blind. That would mean Januzaj is to be used as a left wing-back, while Ángel Di María drops into a more natural midfield role behind Wilson and Radamel Falcao.

How to watch

Match time: 7:55 p.m. GMT, 2:55 p.m. ET

Venue: Abbey Stadium, Cambridge

TV: Those in the U.K. can get the action on BBC One and on the BBC's live iPlayer service (though make sure you've got your TV licence, kids!). Americans will apparently get it on Fox Sports, Fox Deportes and online at Fox Sports Go. In Canada, the game's on Sportsnet World, which you can also apparently see online at Sportsnet World Now. United fans from elsewhere can find out their local TV listings over on Live Soccer TV.