Manchester United-Burnley live stream: How to watch EPL game online, on TV


Manchester United-Burnley live stream: How to watch EPL game online, on TV

Three days after losing at Anfield to rival Liverpool, fifth-place Manchester United (9-7-7; 34 points) can gain ground in the race for UEFA Champions League qualification Wednesday at Old Trafford. 

United can move three points back of fourth in the Premier League if they beat Burnley (8-3-12; 27 points) at the Theatre of Dreams, thanks to Chelsea's draw with Arsenal on Monday. The Clarets will test the Red Devils, though, as Burnley are coming off of a 2-1 comeback win over Leicester City. 

Manchester United will again be without injured forward Marcus Rashford, who has a stress fracture in his back. Rashford's injury leaves United dangerously thin up front, yet Burnely resorted to a patchwork attacking group against Leicester in the absence of Ashley Barnes (hernia) and Johann Berg Gudmundsson (thigh). In other words, don't be surprised if both sides struggle for goals Tuesday. 

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Here's how to watch Wednesday's Manchester United-Burnley match online and on TV. 

When: Wednesday, Jan. 22 at 3:15 p.m. ET/12:15 p.m. PT
Online: NBC Sports

Watch David Luiz red card set Arsenal back in wild draw with Chelsea

Watch David Luiz red card set Arsenal back in wild draw with Chelsea

David Luiz set the tone Tuesday at Stamford Bridge, kicking off a wild draw between Chelsea and Arsenal with a red card that foreshadowed the absurdity to come. 

Chelsea supporters are used to Luiz's, uh, ambitious defending, thanks to the Brazilian's two stints in blue. Luiz now wears red, however, and the Arsenal defender saw red when he was sent off in the 26th minute of Tuesday's 2-2 draw in the London Derby. 

Shkodran Mustafi's misplayed pass to Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno ended up on the foot of Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, forcing Leno out to challenge him. Abraham got around Leno, leaving Luiz to desperately defend and referee Stuart Atwell no choice but to send Luiz off.

Jorginho stepped up to the penalty spot after VAR confirmed Luiz's penalty, giving Chelsea a 1-0 lead thanks to his trademark finish. 

The red card was only the second of his 14-season career. His first, amazingly, came on the reverse side of Tuesday's fixture. 

In his absence, Luiz's teammates managed to equalize twice in the second half and earn a road draw. Eighteen-year-old Gabriel Martinelli did so first, running box-to-box before coolly slotting past outstretched Chelse keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.

Chelsea took advantage of Arsenal playing a man down six minutes from stoppage time, with an unmarked Cesar Azpilicueta re-directing N'Golo Kante's cross past Leno to give Chelsea a 2-1 lead. 

But Arsenal, improbably, would equalize once more. 

Gunners manager Mikel Arteta handed Héctor Bellerín his first start since December, and Bellerín rewarded his fellow Spaniard's faith. Bellerín's left-footed shot took a deflection before bouncing in to equalize. 

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Arsenal remained 10 points back of fourth-place Chelsea thanks to Tuesday's draw, but Arteta and Co. surely will take it after going down a man and a goal within the first half-hour. 

Arteta is still looking for his second Premier League win, but this isn't a bad consolation prize. 

Watch Newcastle's Florian Lejeune score absurd stoppage-time brace

Watch Newcastle's Florian Lejeune score absurd stoppage-time brace

Newcastle United haven't done their supporters any favors in their last two Premier League matches.

Days after Isaac Hayden's stoppage-time header clinched a win over Chelsea, teammate Florian Lejeune one-upped him. Lejeune scored a stoppage-time brace 102 seconds apart in order to secure a 2-2 draw against Everton at Goodison Park. 

Lejeune, a second-half substitute, cut Everton's lead to a single goal with a stunning overhead kick in the fourth minute of stoppage time. 

In the fifth minute of stoppage time, Newcastle desperately pressed for the equalizer. A loose ball in the box fell to Lejeune, and he took advantage of Everton keeper Jordan Pickford standing off his line, smashing it in for Newcastle's second. 

Thanks to Lejeune, the Magpies picked up a point and salvaged a draw. His stoppage-time brace was the first time in the club's Premier League history that they'd scored twice after the 90th minute.

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This isn't the first time in recent days that Lejeune has shown he is calm under deadline pressure. Newcastle's matchday program asked him ahead of Saturday's match how he would dispose of a dead body if he only had an hour. 

He didn't need nearly that long to save Newcastle on Tuesday.