Manchester United v West Ham: What time? What channel? How do I stream it? What is the team news?

Manchester United will go third with a win ahead of Chelsea's trip to Anfield
Manchester United will go third with a win ahead of Chelsea's trip to Anfield - (Copyright SIPA USA/PA Images)
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As the race for the top four nears its final few days, Manchester United could move into a Champions League place with a win against West Ham tonight.

A victory for the Red Devils will see them move three points clear of Leicester ahead of their huge trip to the King Power Stadium on Sunday.

And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men would also leap two points above Chelsea ahead of Frank Lampard’s side’s clash with Liverpool later this evening.

Meanwhile, a defeat for Man United would likely mean they need to win on the final day.

West Ham have won their last two games against Watford and Norwich, with Michail Antonio scoring five times.

The English forward will undoubtedly be the man for the hosts to watch tonight.

What time is kick-off?

Manchester United v West Ham kicks off at 6pm GMT on Wednesday, July 22.

What channel is it on?

Coverage of the match will be live from 5pm on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Where can I stream it?

Sky Sports customers will be able to watch the match live through the use of the Sky Go app. For non-customers, this is £5.99 for a mobile month pass.

The game will also be available on the NOW TV app. This is £9.99 for a day pass or £25 for a three-month pass.

For those who do not have a subscription with Sky, you can buy a day pass for £9.99 or a month pass for £33.99.

Team News

Solskjaer could see Luke Shaw return from his ankle injury, but Eric Bailly will likely miss out due to his head collision in their FA Cup semi-final defeat to Chelsea on Sunday.

The only other conundrum for the Man United boss is whether or not to play David de Gea after his costly errors last weekend.

If he is dropped, it would mean a first Premier League start for Sergio Romero since the 2017-18 season.

West Ham have no new injury worries, so Robert Snodgrass remains the only player unavailable for David Moyes.

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