Is Man Utd vs Everton on TV? Kick-off time, channel, live stream details and what the managers have said

Everything you need to know to tune into Manchester United’s Premier League home clash with Everton.

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Erik ten Hag’s men bounced back from defeat to Newcastle last time out when they saw off Brentford with a narrow win during the week. As things stand, United are level on points with Newcastle in third and three points ahead of Tottenham in fifth with a game in hand still to play. The Red Devils will be hoping to consolidate their top-four spot with another win this weekend, but Everton are sure to come out swinging.

Ahead of the clash, we have rounded up everything you need to know about the clash, including how to watch it on television.

When is Man Utd vs Everton?

Manchester United vs Everton will take place on Saturday, April 8 at Old Trafford.

The clash is set to kick off at 12.30pm UK time.

Is it on TV?

It is indeed. BT Sport will show this fixture on BT Sport 1, with coverage kicking off at 11.30am, concluding at 3pm.

BT Sport subscribers can also tune in via the live stream on BT Sport Player.

Highlights details

Highlights of this fixture will be shown on Match of the Day, which broadcasts on BBC One at 10.30pm on Saturday.

BT Sport will also be posting match clips during the game across their social media channels. Fans can also catch highlights on each of the teams’ YouTube channels from early on Sunday morning.

What Ten Hag has said

Speaking ahead of this one, Ten Hag has said: “The ball can always come in, but we should have scored already for a third and then it was game over.

“We had many more spaces we didn’t use on the attacking transition and that’s the next step we have to make. Happy with the result of course. They’re difficult to score against but we scored two, maybe three, so that’s good.”

Ten Hag is hoping his side can make it back-to-back wins Ten Hag is hoping his side can make it back-to-back wins
Ten Hag is hoping his side can make it back-to-back wins

Asked about the possible return of Christian Eriksen for this one, the United boss added: “We will see. We see it from day to day.

“He is progressing. He is only back in team training this week. We have two sessions. After that, we will decide if he is back in the squad again.”

What Dyche has said

Everton boss Sean Dyche spoke about United striker Wout Weghorst in his press conference, saying: “He’s a very good player,’ Dyche said when quizzed about Weghorst. ‘He worked very hard, very professional, different managers look for different things.

“I certainly wouldn’t underestimate him as a player. I think he is a very good player, that’s why we took him in at Burnley. Players deserve a chance and he is a very good pro. He was when I was at Burnley with him. I hope he is not such a good pro if he plays on Saturday!”

Speaking about the relegation picture, he added: “It is what it is. It doesn’t bother me. It’s the one at the end of the season that counts.”