Why Manchester United’s Premier League game against Crystal Palace isn’t on TV – .

Why Manchester United’s Premier League game against Crystal Palace isn’t on TV – .

Manchester United will look to make a winning start under the leadership of interim manager Ralf Rangnick when they host Crystal Palace at Old Trafford this afternoon, kick off at 2 p.m.
The Reds, who have won only one of their last four meetings with Palace, hope to make a perfect start to life under the German, who was revealed to the media on Friday, and build on the 3-2 victory Thursday night against Arsenal. .

Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo (2) and Bruno Fernandes sealed a well-deserved victory for United, meaning they will jump into this afternoon’s brawl with the Londoners looking to record back-to-back league wins for the first time since September.

While United’s last four home games in the Premier League have been shown live on TV, be it on Sky Sports, BT Sport or Amazon Prime Video, today’s clash with Palace will not be available. live on subscription TV in the UK which will be a huge disappointment for United fans, who cannot catch the game, looking to get a first glimpse of Rangnick and the way he wants his team to play .

However, Sky and BT made their selections for the December televised games in October, meaning United’s clash with Palace at the time did not look like a landmark event where a new manager would take the front of the league. the scene.

Nonetheless, it is unusual, despite these being four Premier League games today, that only one of them is being shown live on Sky Sports as part of their Super sunday blanket.

Super sunday normally compromise on two Premier League matches broadcast live, but only Aston Villa v Leicester City made the cut this afternoon.

United’s clash with Young Boys in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday night will however be televised live on BT Sport, while their trip to Carrow Road to face Norwich City on Saturday will be televised on Sky Sports, kick off at 5.30pm.

You can follow all the action this afternoon, as well as all the reaction, with the Manchester Evening News’ Full coverage of Rangnick’s first game at the helm.

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