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How to watch Man United vs Bournemouth on any device

The Red Devils host Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth this afternoon and it’s a key game for both teams. United are pining for European qualification and have recently found promising form. Meanwhile. Bournemouth are relegation threatened and in desperate need of points. Our guide tells you everything you need to know to stream and enjoy Man United vs Bournemouth. 

Manchester United vs Bournemouth kick-off time

The match gets underway at 3pm BST. While it’s odd for a EPL game to be shown on TV at this time, the changes brought on by Covid-19 outbreak have seen many changes to the way we watch football.

How to watch Man United vs Bournemouth in the UK

The game will be live on BT Sport 1, BT Sport Extra 1 and BT Sport Ultimate.

If you’re a paying BT Sport customer and you want to watch the game while you’re out-and-about, simply download the BT Sport app.

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If you’re streaming a lot of online content, like BT Sport, then you’ll want to stay safe online while doing so. It’s important to protect your PC from viruses and hackers and using a VPN while online is a great way of doing that.

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Man United vs Bournemouth match preview

Three points could make a huge difference to either of these teams in the run-up to the end of the season. European qualification is a massive priority for United, whereas Bournemouth are fighting tooth and nail to stay in the league.

The Cherries will be without goal-scorer Callum Wilson, who is currently suspended. It’s a blow for Eddie Howe’s men and seriously impacts upon their goal threat.

Meanwhile Manchester United should be able to name their strongest starting 11, as they look to continue a run of three straight wins in all competitions. They came out on top against Brighton, Norwich and Sheffield United, since drawing away at Tottenham in their first game back.

United are huge favourites going into Saturday’s showdown, but Eddie Howe’s men have shown their willingness and ability before, when it comes to league survival. It’s well worth tuning in to see if they can pull off and upset – or if United’s in-form strike force will take a bite out of the Cherries. All the action is live on BT Sport.

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