Manchester United get the Premier League weekend underway on Saturday, travelling to face Swansea City in the early kickoff. José Mourinho's men should be buoyant after thrashing West Ham United in their curtain-raiser, and anything other than three points would doubtless be a disappointment against a team expected to be battling the drop this season.
Swansea got their season off to a solid start last weekend, holding Southampton to a goalless draw away at St. Mary's. However, Paul Clement's squad doesn't offer supporters much reason for optimism; on paper, they’re certainly one of the weakest teams in the division.
Their woes are compounded by the absences of Ki Sung-yueng, Nathan Dyer and last season's top scorer, Fernando Llorente, who are all currently on the treatment table. Veteran midfielder Leon Britton faces a late fitness test. United will still be without Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo and Ashley Young, though should otherwise have a full-strength team available.
Premier League schedule
Kick of is at 12:30 in the UK, 07:30 on the east coast of the USA, and 04:30 over on the west. Ouch.
Premier League TV channel
The early kickoff time means this game will be televised in the UK: Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League are the places to be. Those in the States can catch the action in English on NBCSN, and in Spanish on Universo. For listings elsewhere in the world, head on over to LiveSoccerTV.
Premier League streaming
Sky Go in the UK; NBC Sports Live and Universo Now in the USA.
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