Fans return to the Premier League today after an absence of nine months.
Although it’s the third Premier League game on Saturday, the two earlier kick-offs – Burnley vs Everton and Manchester City vs Fulham – are both in Tier 3 areas, where matches must be played behind closed doors.
Man Utd have lost their last two visits to east London, going down 2-0 last season and 3-1 the year before, but will be buoyed by their Edinson Cavani-inspired comeback away at Southampton last weekend.
That stunning comeback means they’ve won a club-record eight consecutive away games in the top flight. The last time they tasted defeat on the road in the Premier League was in January.
Hosts West Ham are in good form themselves, having won three in a row which has helped to fifth in the table going into the weekend.
What time is West Ham vs Man Utd?
Kick-off at the London Stadium will be at 5.30pm.
Earlier in the day, Burnley host Everton at Turf Moor at 12.30pm, before Manchester City welcome Premier League strugglers Burnley to the Etihad for the day’s 3pm kick-off.
The final match on Saturday sees Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds make the trip to west London to play Chelsea.
West Ham vs Man Utd TV channel and live stream
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Man Utd’s trip to east London will be the first of two Premier League games shown by Sky on Saturday.
Coverage will be on the Main Event and Premier League channels from 5pm, and fans who have paid can stream the game through either the Sky Go or NOW TV apps, depending on how you pay for Sky Sports.
The final match of the day, Chelsea vs Leeds, will also be shown on Sky and follow straight on from West Ham vs Man Utd.
West Ham vs Man Utd odds
Want a killer stat for the Saturday tea-time showdown?
Manchester United have scored at least one goal in or after the 90th minute in each of their last five away league games.
So check out the last goal and time of goal markets carefully.
Each of United’s Premier League away games this term (W4) have featured over 3.5 goals and both teams scoring. Over 3.5 goals is 17/10.
West Ham’s Jarrod Bowen has netted his side’s opener in six of his last eight competitive goalscoring outings and is 17/2 to repeat that stat.
Anthony Martial has scored six competitive goals for United against West Ham, the most he’s registered against any opponent, and is 15/8 to score at any time in the fixture.
Odds are courtesy of thepools.com and subject to change.