Manchester United vs Barcelona TV channel and live stream details plus team newsManchester United and Barcelona are set to lock horns once again in the second leg of their Europa League play-off tie on Thursday. The tie is very much in the balance after an entertaining 2-2 draw at Camp Nou last week, though United will fancy their chances after an impressive performance in Spain.
United played well at the Camp Nou seven days ago and were disappointed not to come away with an advantage on aggregate, having recovered from a goal down to lead, only to concede an equaliser 14 minutes from time. Here is your briefing ahead of this evening’s game, with a place in the Round of 16 awaiting the winners. What time does Manchester United vs Barcelona kick-off? The game will kick-off tonight (Thursday, February 23) at 8pm. With the away goals rule not in use, the match will head to extra-time and if required, penalties, if the scores are level after 90 minutes. The first leg was fiercely contested (Picture: Gongora/NurPhoto via Getty Images)How to watch on TV and live stream Manchester United vs Barcelona will be shown live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate.
Programming will begin at 7pm on both channels. Those with a BT Sport subscription will also be able to stream the game live via the BT Sport app and web player. Fans without BT Sport will still be able to watch the match by purchasing a monthly pass for £29. 99, which provides 30 day access to all four channels via the app and web player. How to listen on radio BBC Radio 5 Live will have exclusive radio coverage of the fixture in the UK, with the build-up starting at 7pm.
Barca will be without both Pedri (injury) and Gavi (suspension), while Erik ten Hag can call upon Lisandro Martinez and Marcel Sabitzer having both missed the first leg through suspension. Here is everything you need to know ahead of the mouth-watering second-leg clash at Old Trafford. ALSO READ: Phil Neville tells new Manchester United owners four things they must do When is Manchester United vs Barcelona? The second leg will take place at Old Trafford on Thursday, February 23, with kick-off at 8:00pm.