Manchester United Women vs Arsenal Women: Where to watch the match online, live stream, TV channels & kick-off time

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How to watch Manchester United against Arsenal in the Women's Super League in the UK, USA, and India, as well as the kick-off time and team news.

Current leaders Manchester United Women and Arsenal Women are playing for a top of the table finish in the Women's Super League this season, and the two sides are set to lock horns at the Leigh Sports Village on Wednesday.

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The hosts enter the tie on the back of a double over Brighton as the Red Devils picked up a 4-0 league win before pipping the Seagulls to a spot in the FA Cup final against Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Arsenal are preparing for both legs of the Champions League semi-finals against Wolfsburg after the United tie, and trail Wednesday's opponents by three points. However, the Gunners have a game in hand as they were not in action at the weekend after the 2-1 league win over Manchester City.

GOAL brings you details on how to watch the game on TV in the U.S., UK and India as well as how to stream it live online.

  1. Kick-off time

    Kick-off time

    Game:Manchester United Women vs Arsenal Women
    Date:April 19, 2023
    Kick-off:2:15pm EDT, 7:15pm BST, 11:45pm IST
    Venue:Leigh Sports Village

    The Women's Super League game between Manchester United and Arsenal is scheduled for April 19, 2023, at Leigh Sports Village in Leigh, Greater Manchester, England.

    It will kick off at 2:15pm EDT in the USA, 7:15pm BST in the UK, and 11:45pm in India.

  2. How to watch Manchester United Women vs Arsenal Women online - TV channels & live streams
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    How to watch Manchester United Women vs Arsenal Women online - TV channels & live streams

    TV channels & streaming options

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    CountryTV channelLive stream
    UKBBC ThreeBBC iPlayer/Sport Website

    In the United States (USA), the game can be watched live on Paramount+.

    BBC Three will showcase the game in the United Kingdom (UK), with streaming available on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport Website.

    In India, the game will not be shown on TV but can be streamed live on FanCode.

  3. Team news & squads

    Team news & squads

    Manchester United Women team news

    Maria Thorisdottir and Lisa Naalsund remain unavailable due to injuries, while Rachel Williams may start on the bench again as Man Utd boss Marc Skinner is likely to name an unchanged XI.

    With 10 goals this season, Alessia Russo should be the preferred choice up front.

    Manchester United Women possible XI: Earps; Batlle, Le Tissier, Turner, Blundell; Ladd, Zelem; Garcia, Toone, Galton; Russo

    GoalkeepersEmily Ramsey, Mary Earps, Sophie Baggaley
    DefendersOna Batlle, Aoife Mannion, Hannah Blundell, Jayde Riviere, Maya Le Tissier, Aisstou Tounkara, Millie Turner, Tara Bourne
    MidfieldersJade Moore, Ella Toone, Vilde Boe Risa, Katie Zelem, Leah Galton, Hayley Ladd, Kirsty Hanson, Carrie Jones, Grace Clinton, Estelle Cascarino
    ForwardsMartha Thomas, Ivana Ferreira Fuso, Lucia Garcia, Adriana Leon, Nikita Parris, Alessia Russo, Rachel Williams

    Arsenal Women team news

    Arsenal have confirmed that captain Kim Little is ruled out for the rest of the season with a hamstring injury, while fellow midfielder Lia Walti has returned to training after taking a 10-day "personal break".

    Vivianne Miedema and Beth Mead also miss out for the long term, with Steph Catley not likely to be risked into action by coach Jonas Eidevall.

    The team could be similar to the one in the 2-1 win over City.

    Arsenal Women possible XI: D'Angelo; Maritz, Wubben-Moy, Rafaelle, McCabe; Williamson, Walti; Pelova, Maanum, Foord; Blackstenius

    GoalkeepersManuela Zinsberger, Sabrina D'Angelo, Kaylan Marckese
    DefendersRafaelle Souza, Lotte Wubben-Moy, Jennifer Beattie, Leah Williamson, Steph Catley, Noelle Maritz, Laura Wienroither, Teyah Goldie
    MidfieldersFrida Maanum, Lia Walti, Victoria Pelova, Kathrine Kuhl
    ForwardsKatie McCabe, Lina Hurtig, Caitlin Foord, Gio Queiroz, Stina Blackstenius, Jodie Taylor

    Head-to-head record

    October 29, 2022Hull City 0-1 Blackburn RoversChampionship
    January 20, 2022Hull City 2-0 Blackburn RoversChampionship
    September 15, 2021Blackburn Rovers 2-0 Hull CityChampionship
    February 12, 2020Blackburn Rovers 3-0 Hull CityChampionship
    August 21, 2019Hull City 1-0 Blackburn RoversChampionship

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