((STREAMS>>WATCH!)) Man United vs Tottenham Live Free Online Broadcast 14 January 2024
Man Utd vs Tottenham live stream: How to watch Premier League game online. Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur will add another chapter to their long-standing Premier League rivalry when the two sides cross swords at the illustrious Old Trafford.
Man Utd vs Tottenham is a must-watch Premier League at the iconic Old Trafford stadium.
The pressure on Erik ten Hag continues to mount as Man Utd’s turbulent season rumbles on. The Red Devils have dropped down to eighth in the table, and have registered just a single win in their last six wins. Their most recent EPL result was a frustrating defeat against Nottm Forest, but at least a dominant showing in the FA Cup against lower-league opposition Wigan on Monday gave the club’s vocal fanbase something positive to shout about.
Meanwhile, Tottenham endured a patchy period of their own back in November, and while injuries still plague the North London side, Spurs are once again looking dominant with four wins in their last five games. Tottenham don’t have a particularly strong record when visiting Old Trafford, the side last won at the ground in 2018, but under manager Ange Postecoglou, Spurs look capable of beating just about anybody when playing at their best. And this match feels like the visitor's best chance of claiming a victory at the famous stadium in several years.
Man Utd vs Tottenham live stream, Date, Time, Channels
The Man Utd vs Tottenham live stream takes place on Sunday, January 14.
Time: 4:30 p.m. GMT / 11:30 a.m. ET / 8:30 a.m. PT / 3:30 a.m. AEDT (Jan. 15)
U.S. — Watch on Peacock
U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports
A win for Spurs would see them leapfrog bitter rivals Arsenal back into the top four, while Erik ten Hag could certainly do with a victory in a big game.
Man Utd remain hugely inconsistent and difficult to judge as a result, meaning the trip could come at a good time for Tottenham.
Without a number of key players, the hosts meet a Spurs team largely back on their feet following a difficult patch and one boosted by the signings of Timo Werner and Radu Dragusin.
How to watch the Premier League match between Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur, as well as kick-off time and team news.
Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur will add another chapter to their long-standing Premier League rivalry when the two sides cross swords at the illustrious Old Trafford
The 2023-24 Premier League campaign for Erik ten Hag's Manchester United has been nothing short of a disaster up till now. The Red Devils have been through hell being already dumped out of Europe and the Carabao Cup as they look to salvage some pride in the league.
Tottenham Hotspur have rekindled their form after falling off the tracks in the league with four wins in their previous five games. Ange Postecoglou's men dismantled Bournemouth in their last PL tie and will be hopeful of defeating an out-of-form United in the latter's backyard.
Andre Onana will continue between the sticks for the Red Devils after the Cameroonian international prioritised club football over international duty while Sofyan Amrabat has flown to the Ivory Coast to participate in the AFCON 2023 with Morocco.
The absentees for Ten Hag include all of Mason Mount (calf), Harry Maguire (groin), Victor Lindelof (groin), Tyrell Malacia (knee) and Anthony Martial (illness).
The Red Devils will be strengthened by the return of Christian Eriksen who'll be vying to face his former employees alongside Amad Diallo with the duo recovering from illness. Brazilian lynchpin Casemiro has resumed training alongside the defensive pair of Luke Shaw and Lisandro Martinez with the trio challenging for a spot in the squad.
Postecoglou will have to make do without the trio of Son Heung-Min, Yves Bissouma, and Pape Sarr departing for international duty.
Spurs have brought former Chelsea forward Timo Werner back to London alongside Romanian centre-back Radu Dragusin in the January transfer window and the former will be vying to start up front alongside Brazilian international Richarlison.
James Maddison (ankle), Ben Davies (hamstring), Giovani Lo Celso (unspecified) Dane Scarlett (muscle), Manor Solomon (knee), Ivan Perisic (knee) and Alejo Veliz (knee) are the set of absentees for the clash.
It's been a contrasting January transfer window for these two sides so far, with the only deal of note at Old Trafford being Jadon Sancho's return to Borussia Dortmund. As for Spurs, Timo Werner has arrived on loan from RB Leipzig, while Radu Dragusin has come in from Genoa to add some much-needed depth at the back.
Both teams secured progression to the fourth round of the FA Cup last time out but this game is always a tough one to predict. Tottenham have enjoyed the better season so far but are dealing with some key personnel absences, while Man Utd seem to have every type of result and performance in their locker at all times.
Man Utd hope to welcome a few players back from injury very soon, with Erik ten Hag revealing Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Christian Eriksen could all be back for Sunday's game. Antony and Amad Diallo are also contenders to make a return.
The same cannot be said for Mason Mount, who is getting close to recovering but unavailable this weekend. Anthony Martial is also out, but Casemiro and Lisandro Martinez are back in training and available for selection.
Spurs are the major losers from the Asian Cup and the Africa Cup of Nations starting, as Son Heung-min, Pape Sarr and Yves Bissouma are all absent. After sitting on the bench for the FA Cup win over Burnley, Micky van de Ven should start with Ben Davies, himself injured in that game, dropping out.
James Maddison is still out, along with Ivan Perisic, Manor Solomon and Alejo Veliz. There is a chance Cristian Romero makes his return which could jeopardise a potential debut for Dragusin, while Giovani Lo Celso might also be back in the fray but is a major doubt.
Both teams have found it incredibly hard to field consistent starting lineups throughout the season, resulting in some erratic form and performances. However, Tottenham certainly look the more confident out of the two.
They'll have two new players who want to hit the ground running and the returning Van de Ven will be keen to put in a big display. Man Utd should have a stronger team than last week, but Tottenham's intensity could prove too much for this passive Ten Hag team.
An up-and-down year for Erik ten Hag concluded with a defeat to Nottingham Forest, but a 2-0 win at Wigan in the FA Cup represented a better performance even with the club’s problems in front of goal again evidenced by a wasteful showing.