Real Betis vs Man Utd LIVE: Stream, TV channel and team news for friendly clash as Garnacho and Martial start – updates | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED are determined to get a mid-season friendly win against Real Betis.

The Red Devils' Premier League preparation got off on the wrong foot after losing 4-2 to Cadiz in Spain.

And Erik Ten Hag slammed his players for their 'unacceptable' performance during the friendly.

The Dutchman has named his team for the trip to Seville, including Argentine teen sensation Alejandro Garnacho.

  • Kick-off time: 5pm UK (6pm Spain)
  • TV channel: MUTV
  • Live stream: MUTV and Man Utd app
  • Betis team: Rui Silva, Montoya, Luis Felipe, Victor Ruiz, Alex Moreno, Paul, Canales, Luis Henrique, Rodri, Fekir, B Iglesias.
  • Man Utd team: De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Mengi, Williams, Zidane Iqbal, McTominay, Van de Beek, Elanga, Garnacho, Martial.

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  • John Hutchinson

    Familiar face in the dugout

    Real Betis boss is Manuel Pellegrini – who United fans will know all about after he managed their famous rivals City.

    Can United get one over the Chilean?

  • John Hutchinson

    Toot toot – AND WE'RE OFF!

    1, Aaron Wan-Bissaka's first moment in the game is to commit a foul – but nothing comes of it.

  • John Hutchinson

    How the opponents will line up

    Real Betis should surely present some problems to this United defence tonight.

  • John Hutchinson

    The boss speaks!

    Fans will be pleased to see David de Gea in goal against Betis tonight.

    Here's Erik ten Hag explaining his inclusion.

  • John Hutchinson

    Klaxon!

    We are just over ten minutes to kick-off.

    Boss Erik ten Hag will be hoping for a much better showing than the performance, or lack of, against Cadiz.

  • John Hutchinson

    How they'll line up

    It's another strong line-up for United as they take on Real Betis.

    Anthony Martial is partnered up top by Alejandro Garnacho and Anthony Elanga – surely this should pose a decent threat!

    David de Gea is between the sticks – we bet Spain wish he was between theirs out in Qatar now…

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