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Everything you need to know: Man Utd v West Ham

West Ham take on Manchester United this weekend in what could be a huge game in the race to finish in the top four.

As United won in midweek, beating Brentford, and the Hammers lost to Leeds last weekend, the Irons go into the game well aware that a defeat will see them drop out of the Champions League qualification places.

It’s a major encounter; here’s everything you need to know!


Manchester United v West Ham United – Premier League.


The game will take place at Old Trafford.


The game will kick off at 3:00pm in the UK on Saturday.


The game will not air live in the UK.

The match will be aired elsewhere in the world with a full list HERE and will be available on internet streams

Injury news – West Ham

Kurt Zouma could well make his return. Mark Noble has a knee injury, while Angelo Ogbonna is also on the treatment table. It remains to be seen if Tomas Soucek returns as he recovers from COVID but Said Benrahma is back from the African Cup of Nations although an unlikely inclusion.

Injury news – Manchester United

Paul Pogba has a hip injury, while Aaron Wan-Bissaka has an illness. Eric Bailly, Luke Shaw, and Edinson Cavani are also on the treatment table. Scott McTominay should return from a back knock, while Jadon Sancho could also return after missing the clash with Brentford because of personal reasons.

Last five meetings

West Ham beat United in the EFL Cup earlier this season but the four meetings before that have ended in three wins for the Red Devils and one draw.

Match Officials

Jon Moss will be the referee.

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.

9 comments on “Everything you need to know: Man Utd v West Ham

  1. Think you will find that the united game is on Saturday, cheers Brian

  2. As long as we win I dont care if its Shrove Thursday when we play them.

  3. The link for TV coverage relates to us v Man City last October. Just saying.

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