Tonight Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reds travel to Bruges to start the Europa League knock-out stages. Club Brugge vs Man United is an early kick-off too, so don’t miss the start! Our guide tells you how to watch the game wherever you are, on any device.
Club Brugge vs Man United kick-off time
- For UK-based viewers, the game kicks off at 5:55pm GMT.
- For viewers in the US, the match starts at 12:55pm Eastern Time or 9:55am Pacific Time.
How to watch or live stream Club Brugge vs Man United from the UK, on any device
The match will be live on BT Sport 2 for subscribers. BT is currently offering a no-contract deal − subscribers can watch all the sport on BT for £25 a month.
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If you’re a BT subscriber, but you won’t be in when the match is on, you can watch the game on-the-go on the BT Sport app. Make sure to sign up for the app ahead of time though, if you haven’t already, as there can be a delay in the sign-up process.
How to stream the game from anywhere
If you aren’t sure if you can access BT Sport where you are, then the best way to get around your issues might be a VPN. That’s because access to normal coverage might be geo-blocked – this means you’re prevented from watching outside your home country, generally due to rights reasons.
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Club Brugge vs Man United match preview
United fans are hoping to see new man Odion Ighalo make a full debut tonight. The Nigerian striker came on for the final moments of the reds’ victory over Chelsea on Monday but didn’t have time to make a meaningful impact on the game.
The striker had a shot on target, despite only making his way onto the pitch after the 90th minute. Fans will hope he features more this evening so they – and manager Solskjaer – can assess how much of an asset he will be to the team for the rest of the season.
Qualifying for the Champions League via the usual route, the top four, seems like a big ask for United at present. As a result, the club will likely see the Europe League in a slightly more important light than it usually would. Solskjaer’s team selection tonight will likely inform fans as to how seriously the competition is being taken.
In their last league fixture, on February 15, Brugge managed a 2-1 home win over Waasland-Beveren.
United defeated Chelsea 2-0 at Stamford Bridge, though Chelsea had two goals disallowed by VAR.
United are the favourites tonight and dispatched Brugge comfortably when they last played them during the 2015/16 Champions League qualification stage. The Manchester club won 3-1 away and 4-0 at home.
Will we see another high-scoring game tonight? It’s worth tuning in on BT Sport to find out and – hopefully – see the full debut of United’s new Nigerian forward.