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When is Man Utd vs Fulham? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info & live streaming

By Ben Green

When is Man Utd vs Fulham? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info & live streaming

Published: 11:36, 28 May 2023

Manchester United conclude their first season under Erik ten Hag against Fulham in the Premier League on Sunday.

With a League Cup trophy already in the bag and a date against Man City in the FA Cup final on the horizon, Ten Hag will surely see this as a pretty successful first season at Man Utd, having secured Champions League football with a 4-1 victory over Chelsea on Thursday.

Fulham’s return to the Premier League has been impressive, and they will want to finish on a high ahead of an important summer. Marco Silva’s men have been flirting with the European places for much of the campaign, but just drifted towards the end. That takes nothing away from what has been an otherwise brilliant season back in the big time.

When is Man Utd vs Fulham?

Man Utd vs Fulham takes place on Sunday 28 May at Old Trafford.

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What is the kick-off time for Man Utd vs Fulham?

Man Utd vs Fulham will kick-off at 4.30pm (UK time).

Where can I watch Man Utd vs Fulham on TV?

  • UK: N/A
  • US: Bravo

How can I live stream Man Utd vs Fulham online?

DAZN are live streaming Man Utd vs Fulham for account holders in Spain.

Who is refereeing Man Utd vs Fulham?

Robert Jones is the referee for Man Utd vs Fulham, with Harry Lennard and Nick Hopton his assistants. Jones has taken charge of 25 Premier League games so far this season and is one of three referees to show over 100 yellow cards.

Man Utd team news

Antony had to be taken off on a stretcher in the first half of Man Utd’s win over Chelsea so will naturally miss out, though the club are still waiting to see the extent of the injury. Marcus Rashford came on to replace him and is likely to start now, having made a return from his own injury. Luke Shaw also came off injured, but Man Utd may be hopeful of a swift return especially with the FA Cup final next month. Lisandro Martinez and Marcel Sabitzer are both out for the season, joining Donny van de Beek on the sidelines.

Fulham news

Former Man Utd midfielder Andreas Pereira has a fractured foot and faces a protracted spell on the sidelines. Layvin Kurzawa and Tim Ream are Silva’s only other main concerns in his squad. Dan James could make his return from injury against his former club.