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Find out the date of the Manchester United and Tottenham match in the English Premier League 2022-2023, and the channels that broadcast the Manchester United and Tottenham match directly today.

It is expected that Manchester United will meet its London rival, Tottenham, at the end of the 33rd round of the English Premier League, where the upcoming match between them will be held at the latter’s stadium.

Manchester United had succeeded in reaching the FA Cup final and meeting its neighbor City, after they knocked out Brighton via penalty kicks, and now he has to turn to the English Premier League competitions again by playing this difficult match against Tottenham.

United ranks fourth with 59 points, equally with Newcastle, who ranks third, by scoring goals, and therefore United wants to end this partnership.

While Tottenham, who is going through a bad situation, comes after suffering a big loss in the last match at the hands of Newcastle, 6-1, to leave as a result of its temporary coach, “Christian Stellini”, and Tottenham now occupies sixth place with 53 points.

The date of the Manchester United and Tottenham match in the English Premier League 2022-2023

The date of the Tottenham match against Manchester United is today, Thursday, April 27, 2023, with the match starting at 20:15 GMT.

Channels broadcasting the Manchester United and Tottenham match today

You can watch the two teams' match today live on beIN Sports Premium 1HD.

As if the five-goal demolition at Newcastle was not sickening enough for Tottenham, the Lilywhites have been dealt a fresh blow with number one Hugo Lloris, who was withdrawn at half time with a hip problem that does not look promising, according to the Frenchman.

Rodrigo Bentancur (knee), Emerson Royal (knee), Ryan Sessegnon (hamstring) and Yves Bissouma (ankle) will welcome Lloris into the medical bay, but Lucas Moura has now served a three-game ban, while both Clement Lenglet and Ben Davies were fit enough to watch on from the bench at St James' Park, although maybe they wish they had not.

Stellini's fatal back-four experiment ended in disaster, so Pape Sarr - who was the fall guy at Newcastle - is sure to make way, and Mason should consider bringing Davies straight back into the team if the Welshman can prove his fitness.

Similarly, Man United also enter the midweek contest with a fresh injury concern to an integral cog, as Bruno Fernandes picked up a knock in extra time on Sunday and has since been photographed with crutches and a protective boot at home.

Ten Hag is expected to give a clearer picture on Fernandes's fitness in his pre-game press conference, but the images do not look good for the Portuguese, who joins Donny van de Beek (knee), Alejandro Garnacho (ankle), Tom Heaton (ankle), Phil Jones (knee), Lisandro Martinez (foot) and Raphael Varane (ankle) on the injury list.

Scott McTominay is also a doubt after his knock kept him out of the FA Cup semi-final, but the Red Devils will at least welcome Harry Maguire back from suspension. However, with Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof holding firm at Wembley, the centre-back will not waltz his way back into the XI, although the need for fresh legs after 120 minutes will benefit him.

Tottenham Hotspur possible starting lineup:

Forster; Romero, Dier, Davies; Porro, Hojbjerg, Skipp, Perisic; Kulusevski, Kane, Son

Manchester United possible starting lineup:

De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Eriksen, Casemiro, Sabitzer; Antony, Martial, Rashford