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What channel is Man Utd vs Young Boys: Kick-off time, TV and live stream details

Manchester United travel to Switzerland to face Young Boys in their first Champions League match of the new season, and here is everything you need to know ahead of the match in Bern

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Manchester United travel to Switzerland to face Young Boys tonight in their first Group F match of the Champions League.

The Red Devils were drawn into a group with Atalanta, Villarreal, and the 15-time Swiss champions.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side failed to navigate their way out of the group stages last season, and they will commence their European campaign in the Swiss City of Bern.

They go into Tuesday night’s contest having built up a great deal of momentum with three wins in their first four Premier League matches.

Here is everything you need to know ahead of the game.

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Kick-off in Switzerland will take place at 5:45pm with coverage starting at 5pm.

Away fans will be allowed to travel to Switzerland to watch the match at the Stadion Wankdorf.

Manchester United confirmed this news in a statement released shortly after the Champions League groups were drawn.

Young Boys vs Manchester United TV channel and live stream:









The match will be broadcasted on BT Sport 2HD with coverage available from 5pm.

Individual with BT Sports or the BT Sport monthly pass will be able to watch the match on the television, online, or via the app.

Manchester United fans can also follow the build-up, live radio commentary and post match analysis on MUTV, with coverage starting from 4:40pm.

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Edinson Cavani has not traveled with the Red Devils




Edison Cavani will be absent from this weekend’s fixture with a small knock.

Alex Telles and Scott McTominay are also expected to miss the match, while Marcus Rashford, Dean Henderson, and Amad Diallo are still out.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Mason Greenwood could be doubts as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he wants to manage both players’ minutes played over the course of the season.

Grosvenor Sport odds:

Young Boys vs Manchester United odds with Grosvenor Sport:

Young Boys 13/2

Draw 4/1

Man United 2/5




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