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Manchester United vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers: Live stream, Time, TV schedule, & how to watch Premier League online

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Wolves AGAIN

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Manchester United Training and Press Conference Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images

After an eventful few days as the transfer window closed, Manchester United are back in Premier League action today, hosting Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford. The match against Wolves is the last action for a bit, as United start their winter break. United’s squad is depleted by absences — Nemanja Matić’s red card against Manchester City in midweek means that he will serve a one-match suspension, joining Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay, and Marcus Rashford on the sidelines.

New signing Bruno Fernandes is sure to be involved on Saturday, and given Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s lack of options in midfield, United’s new no. 18 may even play from the start. Loan signing Odion Ighalo will not be available in time, however.

Premier League schedule

It’s a 17:30 kickoff in the UK, which translates to 12:30 PM on the east coast of the U.S. and 9:30 AM on the west.

Premier League channel

Sky Sports Premier League in the UK. Those in the States can tune into NBC or Universo depending on language preference. Everyone else, head on over to LiveSoccerTV to find your viewing options.

Premier League streaming

Sky GO Extra for those those in the UK. NBC’s online streaming service and Telemundo Deportes En Vivo will do the job for those in the States. If you’re in Canada, you can stream the game through DAZN.

Lineups

Prediction: David De Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelöf, Harry Maguire, Brandon Williams; Andreas Pereira, Fred; Mason Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Daniel James; Anthony Martial.

Update: Bruno starts!

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