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Real Sociedad vs Man Utd kick off time and TV details


Manchester United go to Italy tonight to play Real Sociedad in the Europa League last 32.

Yes, that’s right. Italy.

Spanish authorities are restricting arrivals from the UK, but an arrangement has been made for the match to be played at the Juventus’ Allianz Stadium in Turin, to the fury of the La Liga side.

Man Utd reached the semi-finals last season, and are just entering this year’s tournament after being pushed down to third place in their Champions League group in December.

They are set to face former star Adnan Januzaj who burst onto the season during the 2013/14 season, but found himself on the fringes of the squad before being moved on from Old Trafford.

What time is Real Sociedad vs Man Utd?

Real Sociedad vs Man Utd is one of 16 Europa League fixtures being played on Thursday night.

Out of those 16 fixtures, nine – including Man Utd’s clash with Real Sociedad – kick-off at 5.55pm.

Tottenham Hotspur’s trip to Wolfsberger in Austria and Slavia Prague vs Leicester are also 5.55pm ties.

Later on, Arsenal play Benfica in Rome’s Stadio Olympico due to similar Covid travel restrictions in Portugal at 8pm, while Rangers go to Royal Antwerp in Belgium.

Real Sociedad vs Man Utd TV channel and live stream

BT Sport has the rights to show the Europa League, so that’s where fans will need to go to watch Real Sociedad vs Man Utd.

The match will be shown on BT Sport 1, with pre-match build-up starting at 5.30pm.

Spurs and Leicester will be on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport ESPN respectively.

At 8pm Benfica vs Arsenal will be on BT Sport 2, while Steven Gerrard’s Rangers side will be on BT Sport 3.

Fans with subscriptions can stream all matches on the BT Sport app.

Real Sociedad vs Man Utd odds

Man United are the favourites at 23/20 with Betfred while Real Sociedad are 21/10 to win their first European knockout match since 1999.

Former United player Adnan Januzaj seems to be pulling the strings for La Reales and is 18/5 to score anytime while the ever reliable Bruno Fernandes is 7/2 to score first.

Mason Greenwood will be wanting to repay the faith with a goal after signing a new contract for the club until 2025 – he is 2/1 anytime.

A draw is priced at 12/5.

Odds courtesy of Betfred and subject to change.




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