How to watch Man United vs Brighton: Is the game live on UK TV?

How to watch Man United vs Brighton: There’s a Premier League catch-up game on Tuesday night as Brighton travel to Old Trafford to take on Man United. Here’s how to watch.

More drama from Manchester United awaits this Tuesday night as the beleaguered giant soldiers in the Premier League, amid more rumblings of discontent within their squad of underachieving internationals.

Ralf Rangnick’s side are seeking their first win in four games after three consecutive 1-1 draws against Southampton, Burnley, and what turned out to be a losing FA Cup effort against Championship side Middlesborough.

With that in mind, Brighton’s fearless and progressive approach to playing against the biggest sides is probably not the ideal opposition for a United side in need of a shock. Graham Potter’s side surged to the top half after a draw-laden start to the season and are just 7 points behind fifth-placed United with a game less. All signs point to a tricky night for the home side.

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Man United vs Brighton kick off time

Man United vs Brighton kicks off at 8.15pm on Tuesday February 15. The match is being played at Old Trafford in Manchester, where it’s probably raining quite heavily.

How to watch Man United vs Brighton

Unfortunately, this match will not be televised live in the UK. Initially it was supposed to air on BT Sport but the postponement for Covid-19 but mockers on it. As BT Sport has the Champions League this week, UK viewers have no place to watch.

If you insist on watching live, there will be various live streams available from coverage in other countries. However, this is legally dubious ground and we advise extreme caution, while protecting yourself with a VPN.

If you’re staying legit, the best you can do is rebroadcast the game on Sky Sports at 11pm on Sky Sports Premier League.

You’ll need a Sky Sports subscription to watch. If you don’t have a standard sub via the satellite dish or cable platform, you can watch online via the Now streaming platform.

You can buy daily, weekly or monthly passes on Now TV, with mobile passes also available.

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