How to watch Manchester United vs. Tottenham

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Both Manchester United and Tottenham are coming off stoppage time drama from Matchweek 3, and both will be looking to snatch the three points at Old Trafford this Sunday. 

While the Red Devils avoided a draw after Brighton's Neil Maupay handled the ball inside the box and Bruno Fernandes dispatched the ensuing penalty, Tottenham wasn't so fortunate. A controversial handball call allowed Newcastle's Callum Wilson to equalize and steal two points from Jose Mourinho's Spurs. 

It's the biggest match of the Premier League's action-packed weekend. You're not going to want to miss it. 

Here's how to watch. 


What: Manchester United vs. Tottenham Hotspur Where: Old Trafford, Machester, England When: Sunday, Oct. 4, 11:30 PM ET  TV Channel: Manchester United vs. Tottenham will be broadcast on NBC Sports Network. Live Stream: You can live stream Manchester United vs. Tottenham on NBC Sports Network's live stream page and on the new Peacock App.


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Tottenham manager returns to Old Trafford for just the second time since he was sacked after two and a half seasons at the helm. Following dramatic finishes to both squad's previous outings in the Premier League, both sides had midweek Carabao Cup ties to play first. For Spurs, a penalty shootout win over London rivals Chelsea saw them advance. Meanwhile, Manchester United defeated Brigton for the second time in the same week by a score of 3-0.


Mourinho confirmed that Tottenham won't have the services of Gareth Bale, who's back in North London on a season-long loan from Real Madrid, as he works to regain match fitness. Tottenham fans could potentially see the Premier League debut of left back Sergio Reguilon, who also came from Real Madrid and made his Spurs debut against Chelsea midweek. Winger Son Heung-Min is also a doubt for Sunday after coming off at Newcastle with a knock. 

The Red Devils currently have a game in hand and sit 14th in the table after two matches played and will look to secure their first win at home this season. 


Bruno Fernandes: The Red Devils playmaker has been a huge spark since arriving in the winter transfer window last season. Whether it's from the spot or coming in late into the box, Fernandes has found a knack for scoring goals in this squad. With a fully fit Paul Pogba alongside him, it'll surely be a formidable midfield for Mourinho to gameplan against. 

Harry Kane: While England's No. 9 is best known for his sharp shooting abilities, Kane's distribution this season has been impressive. Just check out the highlights against Southampton in Matchweek 2, and while Son's four goals were the headline there, Kane's four assists were equally impressive. With doubts surrounding his fellow forwards heading in, the impetus will be on him to kickstart the attack in this one.