[[livestream tv===]] Chelsea vs Man United live watch 6 December 2023
Manchester United vs. Chelsea FREE LIVE STREAM (12/6/23): Watch English Premier League online | Time, TV, Channel. Two footballing giants meet at Old Trafford on Wednesday from positions of weakness that are becoming all too familiar to their respective fanbases. Man Utd are 7th and Chelsea 10th, though the way things have been going, anything other than a victory for Mauricio Pochettino's men would come as a surprise.
The Blues have problems of their own, but there might not be a better time to face a Red Devils side that's anything but United. Murmurs of an unhappy home dressing room are growing louder by the week, and the manner of their defeat to Newcastle at the weekend suggested that some players have downed tools already.
Mention the word sack to Erik ten Hag, and it's unlikely to conjure up images of Santa.
Chelsea's typically chaotic victory over Brighton was huge, not least because they were down to ten men for half of it. But they dug in and held firm, and even the club's strongest critics would struggle to deny that they're making progress under Pochettino.
Man United vs Chelsea live stream, Date, Time, Channels
The Man United vs Chelsea live stream takes place today, December 6.
Time: 8:15 p.m. GMT / 3:15 p.m. ET / 12:15 p.m. PT / 7:15 a.m. AEDT (Dec 7).
U.S. — Watch on Peacock
U.K. — Amazon Prime (free trial)
Today's late game sees Man United face Chelsea at Old Trafford. With both teams suffering miserable starts to their Premier League seasons, managers Erik Ten Haag and Mauricio Pochettino will be desperate to pick up three points. Don't miss the Man United vs Chelsea live stream
Man United come into today's clash on the back of a disappointing loss to Newcastle and a 3-3 draw against Galatasaray. The Red Devil’s will be thankful to be at the theatre of dreams tonight due to poor away form.
With Casemiro still out, Erik Ten Haag has had to rely on impressive 18-year-old Kobbie Mainoo to control the games. Marcus Rashford, meanwhile, has failed to score in 100 of his last 140 Man United games and fans are becoming increasingly frustrated with their home-grown talent. A big win over Chelsea today would be just what the doctor ordered.
The Blues have suddenly picked up form in the past few weeks. Drawing to Man City and thrashing Spurs has boosted their confidence. Chelsea might be in 10th position, but Mauricio Pochettino is starting implement his style of play into the team. Argentinian, World Cup winner Enzo Fernandez bagged two goals in an important win against Crystal Palace last week and is inspiring his team. Connor Gallagher will not be available but Reece James will be back fit, along with Marc Cucurella.
Two powerhouses of English football, Manchester United and Chelsea, add another chapter to their long-standing rivalry as they cross swords once again in a scinitllating Premier League clash.
Erik ten Hag's Manchester United project is seemingly going down the drain with the former Ajax manager evidently losing games and his dressing rooms. Fans and former Red Devils players have been left frustrated by United's recent results and the 1-0 defeat to Newcastle was a perfect example of the problems existing at Old Trafford.
Mauricio Pochettino's Chelsea, on the other hand, have finally found light at the end of the tunnel as the Blues have started strutting their stuff on the pitch. The thrashing of London-rivals Spurs, followed by a thriller against the reigning champions, and a composed victory against Brighton in the past few weeks have helped the fans at Stamford Bridge find their voice again as they'll be vying to get to within touching distance of a stumbling Manchester United with a victory at the latter's fortress.
The fixture against Chelsea could see Cobham graduate Mason Mount return to full fitness to face his former employees after the midfielder switched ships in the summer. Mount has been in-and-out of the Red Devil's lineup but the England international would want to feature against his boyhood club.
While defenders Lisandro Martinez, Jonny Evans, and Tyrell Malacia are sidelined because of lower-body injuries. United's engine room will miss the services of former Real Madrid superstar Casemiro because of a thigh problem alongside Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen who has a knee issue.
Anthony Martial was the latest entrant to have an argument with Ten Hag with Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane already in the catalogue and the French forward could be sidelined for Rasmus Hojlund. His performance against the Magpies didn't justify his words either and the former Monaco man would want to work on them.
While Brazilian winger Antony could be favoured for Marcus Rashford with the latter under the scrutiny for his goal scoring drought and lack of defensive support.
Pochettino also has a long-list of absentees but with Chelsea boasting of a considerably large squad, the former Spurs manager shouldn't have problems finding alternatives for his injured names.
Summer signing Christopher Nkunku is yet to feature for the London-based club as he's in Chelsea's treatment room alongside Wesley Fofana, Carney Chukwuemeka, Trevoh Chalobah, Ben Chilwell, Malo Gusto, and Romeo Lavia.
Conor Gallagher was handed his marching orders in the first half of the clash against Brighton and he'll be suspended for this clash with Man City graduate Cole Palmer returning to the lineup. Chelsea prodigy Reece James has served his suspension alongside Marc Cucurella and the former would surely be donning the Blues' armband once again on Wednesday.
Mauricio Pochettino's side remain an enigma with an unpredictable range of results in the bag so far. The Blues will be determined to signal their intentions this season with a triumph in the north west.
The Red Devils have struggled for consistency this season, which put coach Erik ten Hag on the hot seat. The team managed to gain some momentum with three wins in a row, but Newcastle ended its streak last weekend. With this match, United hope to begin a start of three-straight home games on the right foot. Right now, they are seventh in the Premier League standings with 24 points, five shy of the top four.