How to watch Manchester United vs Leicester – TV channel, live stream details and kick-off time

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Manchester United return to Premier League action against Leicester City on Sunday after the pulsating 2-2 draw at Barcelona in midweek.

United gave a superb account of themselves in their Europa League play-off first leg at Camp Nou and could easily have returned to Old Trafford as winners of the tie.

Marcus Rashford kept up his stunning goalscoring form with another strike to make it 14 in his last 16 games while the England forward also had a hand in the second goal, when Rashford’s cross was diverted into the net by Barcelona defender Jules Kounde.

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Former Leeds United attacker Raphinha scored Barca’s equaliser with 15 minutes to go after United’s two goals had turned the match on its head following Marcos Alonso’s opener.

The return leg takes place at Old Trafford next Thursday but before that, Erik ten Hag’s side host Leicester. United sit third in the Premier League heading into the weekend’s action and here is how you can watch the match on TV:

Man United vs Leicester kick-off time

United’s game against Leicester kicks off at 2pm UK time on Sunday, February 19. The match is being played at Old Trafford.

Man United vs Leicester TV channel

The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports as part of the channel’s Super Sunday offering. You can tune in on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Ultra HDR.

Build-up on the Premier League channel starts at 1pm while Main Event coverage begins at 2pm. For viewers based in the USA, United vs Leicester will be available to watch on FuboTV while SiriusXM FC,, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Telemundo, NBC Sports App, and USA Network also have coverage.

Man United vs Leicester live stream

Sky Sports subscribers can live stream the action via the Sky Go app across a number of devices. Non-Sky Sports subscribers can also watch the game via NowTV while the Manchester Evening News will have build-up, coverage and reaction on matchday.

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