Manchester United vs Hull City, Premier League Gameweek 37: Open Thread

Several Manchester United footballers may be playing their last home match for the club if reports are true regarding a fire sale this summer. One player who we know is leaving is Nemanja Vidic who plays his last match at Old Trafford. But at United today, it’s out with the old and in with the new, as United youngsters James Wilson and Tom Lawrence are both handed their debuts against Hull City. Despite the new players starting, SBR shows Manchester United favored to win this match.

Here is today’s TV/Internet schedule for matches being shown in the US (including commentators):

Manchester United vs Hull, 2:45pm, NBCSN

Starting line-ups

Manchester United: De Gea, Valencia, Jones, Smalling, Büttner, Carrick, Fellaini, Kagawa, Januzaj, Lawrence, Wilson.

Subs: Amos, Vidic, M. Keane, Mata, Giggs, Young, Van Persie

Hull City: Jakupovic, Rosenior, Figueroa, Bruce, Davies, Meyler, Koren, Boyd, Quinn, Elmohamady, Long

Subs: Harper, Huddlestone, Livermore, Fryatt, Faye, Sagbo, Jelavic

Before, during or after today’s match, join the conversation in the comments section below with fellow soccer fans from around the world.

7 thoughts on “Manchester United vs Hull City, Premier League Gameweek 37: Open Thread”

  1. Of course “anything” is possible, but Championship Sunday is shaping up to be a snoozefest at both ends of the table. However, to quote Rebecca…… 😉

    Me? I’m done. Stoke guaranteed a Top 10 finish for the first time. All the haters and “going down” prognosticators stuffed. Sparky did what he was hired to do and then some. Pulis rampant at Palace. My MOY.

    Life is good! :-)

  2. Ryan Giggs is coming on for the last few minutes presumably as the last time he’ll play at Old Trafford.

  3. NBC, being amazing once again. Showed coverage of Liverpool after they lost. and Today shows Man United with Giggs and Vidic talking and a walk around the field. Other’s would have gotten in 15 commercials instead of that.

  4. Januzaj is definitely the best talent at the club without a doubt.
    Tom may not have scored but his willingness to dribble and try the odd flick was impressive. He’s not short of confidence by any stretch of the imagination.
    But on a sour note how stupid is David Meyler? Why stomp on Januzaj’s leg and risk getting a red card with an FA Cup final on the horizon. He’s let his teammates and Hull Fans down and especially Steve Bruce his manager.

    1. I’ll be surprised if he’s playing in the cup, unless the ref says he saw it, but nothing “wrong”. Really can’t imagine that, but then I didn’t imagine Palace coming back from 0-3 to steal 2 points from Liverpool, either. wtf do I know?

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