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How to watch Man United vs Chelsea for free this Sunday

It’s FA Cup semi-final time this weekend, with Manchester United set to take on Chelsea tonight. The winner will face either Manchester City or Arsenal in the final. Our guide tells you everything you need to know to stream Man United vs Chelsea on any device. 

The game will get underway at Wembley Stadium at 6pm BST on Sunday, July 19.

As long as you’ve got a TV licence, you’ll be able to watch Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final completely free.

The game will be shown live on BBC One. If you’re looking to watch the game on the go, on your mobile device, then simply install the BBC iPlayer app, where the game will also be available.

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Both teams have been reasonably impressive since the break, but on form United are the favourites. They’re unbeaten since the Premier League restart.

Chelsea’s only loss since the break was a recent 3-0 defeat away at Sheffield United. Ole’s Reds will no doubt take some encouragement from Chelsea’s defeat there.

Manchester United may be without their usual left back, Luke Shaw, or his understudy, Brandon Williams. Both men suffered injuries on Monday’s game against Southampton and were unavailable on Thursday night’s match against Crystal Palace. Timothy Fosu-Mensah stood in, having not played for Manchester United since 2017.

Both sides have seen their strike forces in free-scoring form. United’s young trio of Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood have all been racking up goals, while Chelsea front-man Olivier Giroud has simultaneously hit consistent form for the blues.

It’s a finely balanced fixture, with United likely to enter the game as slight favourites. Their slightly stilted performance on Thursday, against Crystal Palace, will be a cause of concern for United fans though. You can catch all the action live on BBC One, or BBC iPlayer, this Sunday.

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