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

Saturday’s Premier League will see United welcome Leicester to Old Trafford, with Ralf Rangnick’s side searching for a top four finish.

Manchester United welcome Leicester City to Old Trafford on Saturday in the Premier League, with the Red Devils looking to bounce back from their Champions League exit.

The Red Devils have failed to beat the Foxes in their last four meetings in all competitions, losing 4-2 at the King Power Stadium earlier this season.

United currently sit sixth in the table, three points behind fourth-place Arsenal who have a game-in-hand, while Leicester are 10th.

Ralf Rangnick will likely be without Edinson Cavani for the clash after the forward was substituted before the half-an-hour-mark in Uruguay’s World Cup Qualifier against Chile due to injury.

Edinson Cavani will not play in Madrid. Credit: Getty.

As for the Foxes, they come into the game off the back of a 2-1 league win over Brentford on 20 March.

When and where is the match?

Manchester United vs Leicester in the Premier League will take place at Old Trafford on Saturday, 2 April, and kick-off is 5.30pm.

Is United vs Leicester on TV?

The clash at the home of the Red Devils will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League, with coverage of the game starting at 5pm.

Also, highlights from the match will be uploaded to Sky Sports’ YouTube channel later that day. Plus follow ManchesterWorld for all of the post-match analysis and player ratings on the final whistle from Old Trafford.

Is United vs Leicester available on live stream or PPV?

The game is available to live stream for Sky customers via the Sky Sports app, while those without a subscription can purchase a NOW TV pass for £11.98, giving you access to all Sky Sports channels for 24 hours.

INCIDENT REPORT - Referee Andre Marriner was made aware of an allegation of racist abuse aimed at an Arsenal player during their game against Leeds United at Elland Road. Pic: Getty

Who is the match referee?

Andre Marriner is the man in the middle. He will be assisted by Darren Cann and Ian Hussin, while the fourth official for the clash is Martin Atkinson.

Michael Oliver and Simon Long will oversee VAR from Stockley Park.