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Manchester United vs Manchester City to Be Shown Live on ESPN On US Television

manchester derby Manchester United vs Manchester City to Be Shown Live on ESPN On US Television

Monday’s derby between Manchester United and Manchester City will be shown live on ESPN in the United States.

The match kicks off at 3pm ET and will be shown on the flagship ESPN network instead of ESPN2. Plus, the game will be televised live on ESPN Deportes and via the WatchESPN app. The match programming on ESPN begins at 2:30pm ET.

Ian Darke and Steve McManaman will be the commentators for a game between two of the biggest teams in the Premier League. City, as current title holders, will want to get some revenge on United even if Sir Alex Ferguson’s side are running away with the title.

For the Premier League TV and Internet schedule for all of the games from now through until the end of the season, view our TV guide.


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