Manchester United vs Crystal Palace Live: How to watch Premier League 2019 mactch

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Manchester United will take on host Crystal Palace in the match of the Premier League 2019 Matchday 3 at the Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, 07:30 IST on 24th August (Saturday).

Manchester United are without defender Eric Bailly, who will be sidelined for several months with a knee injury. Meanwhile, Alexis Sanchez and Marcos Rojo could join Inter Milan and Fenerbahce on loan respectively before Saturday and are unlikely to be involved.

Crystal Palace’s defensive pair James Tomkins (groin) and Mamadou Sakho (knee) will both miss the trip to Old Trafford.

Other matches of Matchday 3 of Premier League 2019:

24/08/2019 19:30 A.F.C. Bournemouth v Manchester City
24/08/2019 19:30 Aston Villa v Everton
24/08/2019 19:30 Brighton v Southampton
24/08/2019 19:30 Liverpool v Arsenal
24/08/2019 19:30 Norwich City v Chelsea
24/08/2019 19:30 Sheffield United v Leicester City
24/08/2019 19:30 Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United
24/08/2019 19:30 Watford v West Ham United
24/08/2019 19:30 Wolverhampton v Burnley

Live Streaming:

Premier League 2019 starts with broadcast deals in 188 countries.

Hotstar VIP will LIVE stream the upcoming Premier League season in India. Football fans in India can revel as Hotstar VIP is set to LIVE-Stream all 380 matches of the season.

Every Premier League match will be available in Full HD on supported devices, with expert analysis pre-match, at half time and post-match. Viewers who missed the match can catch all highlights of the game at their convenience, the OTT platform has stated in a Press release.

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