What channel is West Ham vs Man Utd on? TV, live stream, kick off for Premier League match

West Ham have won their last two Premier League meetings at home against Manchester United. The Red Devils, though, are currently on an eight-match winning streak away from home in the top-flight. United can leapfrog the Hammers in the table with a victory at the London Stadium.

What time does West Ham vs Man Utd kick-off?

The Premier League clash kicks off at 5.30pm GMT on Saturday, December 5.

What channel is West Ham vs Man Utd on?

Live coverage from the London Stadium will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

How to live stream West Ham vs Man Utd?

Existing customers can live stream the clash between West Ham and Man Utd using the Sky Go app.

Non-subscription holders can still watch the match by purchasing a Sky Sports pass via NOW TV.

What has been said?

West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna: “The potential of the squad here has always been high, always.

“I want to give a big credit to the manager. Since he came in he changed a lot of things – discipline, hard work and you can see it on the pitch. He has a lot of credit on that one.

“We want to achieve what we can in the future, I don’t know what but if we perform we can get good results.

“Sometimes we can be lucky, sometimes not. I think if you change your mentality, something can happen positive.”

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Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Marcus Rashford: “It’s just niggling him, that shoulder injury.

“Let’s see how quickly he can recover.

“Let’s hope he can be ready for the West Ham game. But we don’t know.”

Rashford was substituted in the second half of United’s 3-1 defeat by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Wednesday.

West Ham vs Man Utd match officials

Referee: Andre Marriner

Assistants: Simon Long, Eddie Smart

Fourth official: Andy Madley

VAR: Lee Mason

Assistant VAR: Adrian Holmes

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