Manchester United vs Reading Live Stream & Results 28/01
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Donny van de Beek is definitely out though with the likes of Diogo Dalot and Anthony Martial also doubts – but there is good news for United with Jadon Sancho back in training and Casemiro available after serving his suspension last weekend. In terms of the away side, Andy Carroll, Sam Hutchinson and Naby Sarr are all expected to be out but Kelvin Abrefa is back in contention, having scored in the last round. The latter could come in to give the likes of Andy Yiadom and Junior Hoilett a rest – but Yiadom could potentially be required with Liam Moore also out. It remains to be seen whether Ovie Ejaria will be involved after being made available for a move. Score predictionUnited may put out a weakened side for this game considering they were in Carabao Cup semi-final action against Nottingham Forest yesterday – and will take on the East Midlands outfit for the second leg on Wednesday night.
They are still in the Europa League too and have the Premier League to think about, so Ten Hag may be keen not to play all of his key players against the Royals, who may put out their strongest 11 considering they have been knocked out of the Carabao Cup and don’t have a hugely busy schedule between now and the end of February.
Manchester Utd Vs Reading - England : FA Cup - Yalla Shoot
FA Cup – Man United v Reading: Latest team news, score prediction, Is there a live stream? What time is kick-off? Reading will be hoping to cause a major upset on Saturday evening as Paul Ince’s side travel to Old Trafford to face Premier League giants Manchester United. The Royals haven’t enjoyed the best start to 2023, winning their FA Cup third round tie against Watford but losing against West Bromwich Albion and Stoke City and being the victims of a comeback by Queens Park Rangers.
Winning just one point from a possible nine in their last three Championship games, they will be glad to take a break from league action, with their victory against the Hornets giving them the opportunity to face Erik Ten Hag’s men. Think you’re a hardcore Reading FC fan? Try score 20/20 on this quiz all about the club1 of 20History: They were first promoted to the Premier League at the end of which season? 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07This weekend’s hosts will be the firm favourites to secure a victory, even though they won’t be in the best mood following their 3-2 loss against Arsenal at the weekend, a major blow for their title hopes. However, the FA Cup is known for producing major shocks and this will give the visitors plenty of hope coming into this clash, although it’s currently unclear whether Ince will put out a strong lineup or decide to rest his key players. Looking ahead to this occasion, we have everything you need to know including team news and when this game gets underway! Axel Tuanzebe has returned to training for the home side and could potentially be given minutes to shine, with his game time likely to be limited in other competitions between now and the end of the season considering how much competition there is for a starting spot in central defence.
These factors could help the Berkshire side avoid a hammering – but the Red Devils have enough squad depth to get through and it wouldn’t be a surprise if they secure a comfortable 2-0 home victory. Is there a live stream? With manager Ince returning to his former side, it’s perhaps no surprise to see that the game will be available to view on ITV4, with the channel’s coverage of the game getting underway at 7:15pm. Those that are unable to view the match at home can still see it live on ITVX – the streaming service that allows you to watch ITV live wherever you are.
Manchester United vs Reading: Prediction, kick-off time, TV