How to follow United v Southampton
The dust has barely settled on Manchester United’s Europa League round-of-16 first leg against Real Betis, and we are just days away from our next match, a Premier League clash with Southampton at Old Trafford.
The Saints visit Manchester searching for a second win on the spin, while Erik ten Hag’s side will be eager to get back to winning ways in the league, following last weekend’s defeat away to Liverpool.
The Theatre of Dreams is the perfect place to do that, and ahead of Sunday’s fixture, here’s everything you need to know...
Why United v Southampton is not live on TVArticle
The Reds' weekend Premier League game is not being broadcast in the UK.
HOW CAN YOU FOLLOW THE GAME?
The match is scheduled to kick off at 14:00 GMT, but it will not be shown on television in the UK.
However, we will be providing live radio commentary during the full 90 minutes, along with our usual Match Day Live show on MUTV.
Match Day Live commences at 12:55 GMT, and will include exclusive build-up and post-match reaction. Further must-see content will also be available on ManUtd.com and in the United App.
WHEN CAN YOU SEE HIGHLIGHTS?
Two-minute highlights of the game will be available two hours after the final whistle, with extended versions being published later.
WHAT’S THE TEAM NEWS?
Marcel Sabitzer and Anthony Martial missed the 4-1 win over Real Betis, with the latter's hip problem being carefully managed at the moment. Christian Eriksen is still out with the ankle problem he suffered in January, while Donny van de Beek won't return until next season.
For the visitors, young full-backs Juan Larios and Tino Livramento are long-term absentees through injury, but midfielder Carlos Alcaraz, who recently suffered a knock to the knee after scoring the winner against Leicester, looks likely to return for Sunday’s clash at Old Trafford.
Highlights: United v Real Betis
Watch two minutes of action from our Europa League first leg with Real Betis at Old Trafford...
United beat Real Betis 4-1 on Thursday evening, with goals from Marcus Rashford, Antony, Bruno Fernandes and Wout Weghorst helping provide the perfect response to Sunday's setback at Anfield.
Despite Southampton’s lowly league position, the south-coast side remain just one point away from Premier League safety.
The Saints defeated Leicester City at St Mary's last time out, thanks to Alcaraz's goal, and visit Old Trafford looking to record back-to-back wins for the first time in the league this season.
Back in August, United edged Southampton 1-0 in the reverse fixture, courtesy of a sublime Bruno Fernandes volley.
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WHO ELSE IS PLAYING?
As well as our clash with the Saints, there are three other fixtures being played on Sunday, with the remainder of the Premier League matches taking place on Saturday.
SATURDAY 11 MARCH
Bournemouth v Liverpool (12:30 GMT)
Leeds v Brighton
Everton v Brentford
Leicester v Chelsea
Tottenham v Nottingham Forest
Crystal Palace v Man City (17:30 GMT)
SUNDAY 12 MARCH
UNITED v Southampton (14:00 GMT)
West Ham v Aston Villa (14:00 GMT)
Fulham v Arsenal (14:00 GMT)
Newcastle v Wolves (16:30 GMT)
All matches 15:00 GMT unless stated.