Tour 2022: How to follow United v Crystal Palace
Manchester United’s third match of Tour 2022 sees the Reds face Premier League opponents Crystal Palace at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday 19 July.
This fixture is the second of two at the famous arena for Erik ten Hag’s side, with United defeating Melbourne Victory 4-1 there on Friday.
It is also the last match the Reds will play in Melbourne before travelling to Perth for the next leg of Tour 2022.
But first, read all about how you can follow the action on Tuesday.
WHAT TIME DOES IT KICK OFF?
United’s clash with Palace in Melbourne begins at 20:10 local time, which is 11:10 BST.
HOW TO WATCH UNITED V PALACE
Tuesday's match in Australia will be broadcast live on MUTV*, which is now available in the United App and on ManUtd.com. Coverage starts at 10:10 BST, so make sure you tune in then for all of our unmissable pre-match coverage.
MUTV viewers will also have access to the short and extended match highlights before anyone else, as well as the full match replay. Visit MUTV now to ensure you're fully signed up ahead of the game.
*MUTV live coverage of our Crystal Palace match is not available in Australia due to domestic broadcast rights.
Ten Hag’s side enter this match having won two out of two on tour so far. The Reds have scored a total of eight goals, conceding just one. Following Friday’s win over Melbourne Victory, United will be back on the training pitch ahead of Tuesday’s fixture, with Ten Hag continuing to put his side through their paces.
In addition to training, Ten Hag will conduct his pre-match press conference on Monday, previewing our clash with the Eagles. The media briefing is slated to begin at 03:30 BST, and you can follow all the key talking points on our club channels.
Crystal Palace began their pre-season tour with a match against Liverpool at the Singapore National Stadium on Friday. The Eagles had played fixtures against Millwall and Accrington Stanley in England prior to travelling out. A number of Palace’s senior players are missing from their tour squad, staying in England for domestic training and games instead. This has left Patrick Vieira with just eight senior players for the Eagles’ clash with United on Tuesday.
Palace’s tour squad: Vicente Guaita, Jack Butland, Remi Matthews, Joachim Andersen, Nathaniel Clyne, Tyrick Mitchell, Joel Ward, Tayo Adaramola, Jake O’Brien, Cardo Siddik, Dan Quick, Kaden Rodney, Luka Milivojevic, Jesurun Rak-Sakyi, Malcolm Ebiowei, Jadan Raymond, Malachi Boateng, David Ozoh, Killian Phillips, Scott Banks, Jean-Philippe Mateta, Odsonne Edouard, Jordan Ayew, Rob Street, Victor Akinwale, Ademola Ola-Adebomi.
Visit MUTV now to ensure you can watch Tuesday's game and follow all of the build-up, including exclusive interviews with the players.