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Where to Find Manchester United vs Manchester City On US TV

manchester derby Where to Find Manchester United vs Manchester City On US TV

Today’s game between Manchester United and Manchester City will be shown live on US television, Internet and available as live audio.

Here’s where you’ll be able to find it on TV, Internet and online today:

  • ESPN — The network will begin coverage at 2:30pm ET, while the game will kick off at 3pm ET. The commentators for the match are Ian Darke and Steve McManaman. The game will not be shown on ESPN2.
  • ESPN Deportes — The match will be shown live at 3pm ET with commentary from Spanish-language commentators.
  • WatchESPN — Because the game isn’t being shown live on ESPN2, it’ll be streamed live via WatchESPN instead of ESPN3.com.
  • TalkSport — Live audio commentary of the Manchester United-Manchester City match will be available via TalkSport.com for listeners outside the United Kingdom.

Plus, don’t forget we’ll have an open thread on the homepage of EPL Talk before, during and after the match so you can join in the conversation with football supporters worldwide.

Mike Dean will be the match referee. In injury news, Man City defender Matija Nastasic has been declared fit for tonight’s derby clash at Old Trafford.

To stay on top of all of the Premier League matches that are shown live on US television and Internet, bookmark our TV and Internet guide, which is updated throughout the season.

H/T image from 8 Bit Football.


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