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How to watch and follow Luton v United Manchester United are in Premier League action again this weekend, facing Luton Town on our first top-flight visit to Kenilworth Road since April 1992. Luton, meanwhile, come into the game looking to right the wrongs of last weekend’s 3-1 defeat at home to Sheffield United; prior to that, they handed a 4-0 thumping to Brighton before an enthralling 4-4 draw with Newcastle United. See below for details on how you can watch the game, team news, and more… Early team news for Luton away Article Check the latest on both squads before our first league trip to Kenilworth Road since 1992. HOW TO WATCH AND FOLLOW
Fans can enjoy over an hour of our exclusive pre-match build-up from Kenilworth Road by tuning into MUTV’s Matchday Live show, which will be on air from 15:25 GMT. It can also be watched via and in the United App, where you can also see matchday interviews, live stats and updates from the ground via our Match Centre. As the game kicks off, we will have live radio commentary across our platforms, with short match highlights available for viewing two hours after the final whistle. Extended versions will be viewable on demand from the early hours of Monday morning. Reds in the UK and Ireland can watch the action unfold live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. WHAT IS THE TEAM NEWS? Luke Shaw’s substitution in the West Midlands was described as precautionary by Ten Hag in his post-Villa press conference, with an update on the English left-back expected when the boss holds his pre-match press conference this afternoon (Thursday).  Tyrell Malacia, Anthony Martial, Mason Mount, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka were all unavailable for selection against Villa through injury, though the latter has returned to training and is thought to be nearing a return. Lisandro Martinez remains an absentee, having picked up an injury in our win over West Ham earlier this month. Luton will be without Mads Andersen, Tom Lockyer, and Marvelous Nakamba, but could field new signing Daiki Hashioka. There will also be two familiar faces in the squad, with United Academy graduates Tahith Chong and Teden Mengi now calling Kenilworth Road home. Luton v United: Five trending Opta stats Article Boost your knowledge with these facts about Erik ten Hag, Rasmus Hojlund, Scott McTominay and the game itself. THE OPPONENTS  Despite sitting narrowly above the relegation zone, Luton have shown time and time again this term that they are not afraid to take the game to their opposing number – home or away. While they come into this weekend’s clash on the back of a defeat, their form prior to that is promising. Rob Edwards’s side beat Brighton 4-0 before holding Newcastle to a breathless 4-4 draw at St. James’ Park.  The Premier League newcomers have faced both Arsenal and Manchester City in their last 10 league fixtures, with the former relying on Declan Rice deep into stoppage time to snatch all three points at the death after a 4-3 thriller. City, meanwhile, had to come from behind with a quick-fire double in a bid to prevent Luton from recording a sensational victory over the reigning champions. The Hatters have also taken points off Liverpool this term, holding them to a 1-1 draw which, once again, saw their visitors rely on a stoppage-time strike to take points from them. Luton tested United at the back end of 2023, when it took a rare Victor Lindelof goal on the hour mark to secure all three points at Old Trafford. The Bedfordshire are sure to be a stern test again, this time on their own turf. Highlights: United v Luton Watch the best moments from our first-ever Premier League meeting with Luton Town… RIVALS WATCH
Premier League action begins at the Gtech Community Stadium on Saturday, when Brentford host Liverpool, with eight games following that before things conclude with Monday’s clash between Everton and Crystal Palace at Goodison Park. SATURDAY 17 FEBRUARY
Brentford v Liverpool (12:30 GMT) Burnley v Arsenal Newcastle v Bournemouth Nottingham Forest v West Ham Tottenham Hotspur v Wolves Manchester City v Chelsea (17:30 GMT) SUNDAY 18 FEBRUARY
Sheffield United v Brighton (14:00 GMT) Luton Town v UNITED (16:30 GMT) MONDAY 19 FEBRUARY
Everton v Crystal Palace (20:00 GMT) *All kick-off times 15:00 GMT unless stated otherwise.