Manchester United will be hoping they can confirm qualification for the Champions League when they host Chelsea in their penultimate Premier League match.
We’re almost at the end of the 2022/23 Premier League season but there is still a lot to fight for, especially among those looking to qualify for the Champions League. Man Utd are currently occupying the final Champions League spot, three points clear of fourth-placed Liverpool but do have a game in hand over their rivals.
Chelsea, on the other hand, will just want the season to end as soon as possible, already confirmed to finish outside the top half of the Premier League for the first time since 1995/96.
Hoping to watch Man Utd vs Chelsea online? Read on for your live streaming options.
When is Man Utd vs Chelsea?
Man Utd vs Chelsea takes place at Old Trafford on Thursday 25th May, a rescheduled fixture due to the Red Devils’ advancement in the FA Cup.
Man Utd vs Chelsea betting tips from Squawka Bet
18+ only. Please gamble responsibly. For more information, visit begambleaware.org. All odds and offers in this article are valid at time of publication.
What is the kick-off time for Man Utd vs Chelsea?
Man Utd vs Chelsea will kick off at 8pm (UK time).
Where can I watch Man Utd vs Chelsea on TV?
- UK: Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Premier League
- US: TBC
How can I live stream Man Utd vs Chelsea online?
DAZN are live streaming Man Utd vs Chelsea for account holders in Spain.
Who is refereeing Man Utd vs Chelsea?
Stuart Atwell has been confirmed as the referee for this game, with Ian Hussin and Richard West his assistants. Anthony Taylor is the fourth official, while Michael Salisbury takes VAR responsibilities.
CopyBet special offer: Bet £10, get up to £40 in Free Sports Bets
1. Sign up at CopyBet using this link
2. Place a qualifying bet at our Sportsbook, with at least a £10 stake and 1.5 or greater odds.
3. Get 4 free bets, worth £10 each.
18+ only. New customers only. For verified UK clients only. The qualifying bet should start at £10 and have 1.5 or greater odds. Following the qualifying bet, you will receive 4 free bets that can be used one after another. Each free bet lasts for 7 days. Single bet only. Pre-Match or Live. No Cash-Out. Max payout – £500.
Man Utd team news
Scott McTominay is back in action for Man Utd, but there are still a few players still out for the hosts. Marcel Sabitzer, Donny van de Beek and Lisandro Martinez are all out for the season, while Tom Heaton and Phil Jones are also unavailable, though haven’t really been involved with the first team anyway. Marcus Rashford missed the match against Bournemouth at the weekend through illness, but he has trained this week and could return.
Chelsea team news
The injuries are racking up for Chelsea once again, with N’Golo Kante suffering yet another injury setback not long after making his return to the team. He joins Mateo Kovacic, Reece James, Benoit Badiashile, Armando Broja, Mason Mount, Marc Cucurella, Ben Chilwell and Marcus Bettinelli on the sidelines.
Download the new Squawka Live app
- Download the Squawka Live app on the App Store or Google Play (here's the link). Currently, the app is available in the UK only.
- Follow your favourite sports, teams and leagues to receive notifications.
- Compare odds and set alerts for specific match scenarios.
- Use Squawka Live as your second screen with real-time updates from free-kicks to blocked shots and offsides.