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Manchester United vs Liverpool, International Champions Cup Final; Open Thread

international champions cup Manchester United vs Liverpool, International Champions Cup Final; Open Thread

After 12 days of the International Champions Cup, with matches being played all across the United States, the tournament reaches its climax tonight with the final between the two undefeated teams in the competition — Manchester United and Liverpool.

The International Champions Cup match will kickoff at 8pm ET tonight from Miami, with the game being televised all around the world.

Starting lineups - 

Manchester United: De Gea, Jones, Evans, Smalling, Young, Valencia, Herrera, Mata, Fletcher, Rooney, Chicharito

Liverpool: Mignolet, Johnson, Skrtel, Sakho, Kelly, Gerrard, Coutinho, Henderson, Allen, Sterling, Lambert

Liverpool will be wearing their yellow away kit, which means that Manchester United will presumably wear their red shirts.

For viewers in the United States, here’s the TV schedule for tonight’s game. Coverage starts at 7:30pm ET.

Manchester United vs Liverpool, FOX Sports 1, ESPN Deportes and WatchESPN.com

The game will be commentated by JP Dellacamera and Brian McBride, along with sideline reporter Keith Costigan. The studio team features Rob Stone, Warren Barton and Eric Wynalda.

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


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