What TV channel is Man City vs Man Utd on? Kick-off time, TV info and stream details

Sunday’s Manchester derby will be the 187th meeting between City and United with Etihad Stadium playing host to the fixture.

Manchester City will welcome rivals Manchester United to the Etihad Stadium on Sunday in Premier League action.

The game will be the 187th Manchester meeting between the two clubs with the Red Devils running out 2-0 winners the last time they met on the blue side of the city.

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United are undefeated in their last eight league matches coming into the derby, while the Sky Blues have lost just once in their previous 17 top flight fixtures.

Three places separate the two teams in the Premier League with Pep Guardiola’s side sitting top of the table, while the Red Devils are fourth.

Bernardo Silva scores for Manchester City in the Manchester derby. Credit: Getty.

When and where is the match?

Manchester City vs Manchester United in the Premier League will take place at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday, 6 March, and kick-off is 4.30pm.

Is City vs United on TV?

The clash at the home of the Sky Blues will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier main event and Sky Sports Premier League with coverage starting on both channels at 4pm.

If you are unable to watch the match live, highlights from the game will be uploaded to City’s and United’s websites a few hours after the game, while Sky Sports will also upload the best bits from the fixture to their YouTube channel later that day.

Michael Oliver will be in charge for Sunday’s Manchester derby. Credit: Getty.

Alternatively, you can see highlights from Sunday’s Premier League fixtures on Match of the Day 2 at 10:30pm on BBC One.

Plus follow Manchester World for all the action live from the Etihad, match analysis and player ratings on the whistle.

Is City vs United available on live stream or PPV?

The game is available to live stream for Sky customers via the Sky Sports app. Alternatively, you can buy a NOW TV day pass for £11.98 to watch the game and access all of Sky’s sports channels for 24 hours.

Who is the match referee?

Michael Oliver is the man in the middle. He will be assisted by Simon Bennett and Scott Ledger, while the fourth official for the clash is Andy Madley.

Stuart Atwell and Darren Cann will oversee VAR from Stockley Park.