Man United vs. Atletico Madrid: Time, TV channel, stream, betting odds for preseason friendly – Sporting News

Three years to the day after they last played at the Ullevaal Stadion, Manchester United return to Oslo on Saturday to face familiar opposition in La Liga giants Atletico Madrid.
Diego Simeone’s Atletico knocked United out of the Champions League in March, progressing 2-1 on aggregate after a 1-0 win at Old Trafford in the second leg.
The game is the first in a double-bill of matches against Spanish sides for new United manager Erik ten Hag, with Rayo Vallecano visiting Old Trafford on Sunday.
How can you watch the Atletico game? Are United favourites to earn a first win over Los Colchoneros? Here are the details on how to watch.
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United face Atletico in Oslo, Norway at Ullevaal Stadion on July 30. The kick-off is at 12:45 p.m. BST.
MUTV is showing United’s full preseason programme and offers a wide range of other on-demand features via the club website.
Subscriptions cost £7.99 ($9.66) a month or £29.99 ($36.24) a year.
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New £47 million ($57m) signing Lisandro Martinez will start on the bench three days after his transfer from Ajax was officially confirmed on July 27. Another former Ajax man, Christian Eriksen, is also on the bench after appearing in a behind-closed-doors friendly with Wrexham this week. Jadon Sancho does not feature in the matchday squad after falling ill overnight.
Manchester United starting lineup (4-2-3-1, right to left): 1-David de Gea (GK) — 20-Diogo Dalot, 5-Harry Maguire (capt.), 2-Victor Lindelof, 12-Tyrell Malacia — 17-Fred, 39-Scott McTominay — 36-Anthony Elanga, 8-Bruno Fernandes, 10-Marcus Rashford — 9-Anthony Martial
Manchester United subs (10): 22-Tom Heaton (GK), Matej Kovar (GK), Ethan Laird, 6-Lisandro Martinez, 27-Alex Telles, 37-James Garner, 34-Donny van de Beek, 14-Christian Eriksen, 28-Facundo Pellistri
Although coach Simeone will have to do without regulars like Mario Hermoso (knee), Felipe (ankle) and Renan Lodi (undisclosed injury), he will give a debut to his newest signing Nahuel Molina from Italian side Udinese. There’s a full complement of forward players available, but no Luis Suarez, who officially completed a move back to his native Uruguay earlier this week.
Atletico Madrid lineup (5-3-2, right to left): 13-Jan Oblak (GK) — 16-Nahuel Molina, 15-Stefan Savic, 2-Jose Maria Gimenez, 23-Reinildo, 21-Yannick Carrasco — 14-Marcos Llorente, 4-Geoffrey Kondogbia, 11-Thomas Lemar — 10-Angel Correa, 9-Matheus Cunha
Atletico Madrid subs (14): 1-Ivo Grbic, 33-Antonio Gomis, 28-Sergio Diez, 30-Marco Moreno, 24-Daniel Wass, 20-Axel Witsel, 17-Saul Niguez, 5-Rodrigo de Paul, 6-Koke, 26-Marcos Paulo, 29-Carlos Martin, 7-Joao Felix, 8-Antoine Griezmann, 19-Alvaro Morata
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With their Premier League opener against Brighton & Hove Albion coming eight days after this match, United’s players may be sharper than an Atletico squad who have just started preseason and have more than two weeks before they play Getafe in their first competitive match of 2022/23.
Atletico have yet to lose to United in four fixtures since 1991, although two of the past three games between the clubs have ended 1-1.
UK: Matches are carried across Sky Sports and BT Sport streaming and TV platforms, with select matches on Amazon Prime.
USA: Select matches are televised on USA Network (English) and Telemundo or Universo (Spanish), and all three channels can be streamed on fuboTV. The rest of the matches are streamed on NBC platform Peacock for subscribers.
Canada: Every Premier League game streams live and on demand exclusively via fuboTV.
Australia: Fans in Australia can stream matches live and on demand on Optus Sport


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