Premier League

CRISTIANO RONALDO is set to make his Premier League debut as Man Utd take on Newcastle.

As a result of his late-game winning goal against Ireland, the Portugal captain was able to return earlier than expected from the international break.

As a result of his late-game winning goal against Ireland, the Portugal captain was able to return earlier than expected from the international break.

There is zero chance of Ronaldo’s team not winning, as long as they perform to the best of their ability against Steve Bruce’s team, who only managed to earn a single point in the season thus far.

When does the Man Utd-Newcastle match start?

Saturday, September 11, sees a match between Man Utd and Newcastle. The game starts at 3 p.m. The event will be held at Old Trafford.When they last saw one other in February, United won by three goals to one.

Where can I watch Man Utd versus Newcastle and on what channel is it on?

  • Because of UK’s black out restrictions, Cristiano Ronaldo’s highly anticipated first appearance won’t be shown in the UK.
  • To protect grassroots football, the United Kingdom limits the amount of televised football that can be shown between 2:45 and 5:15 PM on Saturdays.
  • NBC broadcasts Man U games in the US.
  • NBC Sports will air a live stream of Man Utd versus Newcastle for US audiences on NBCSports.com or Peacock Premium.

Team information

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed that Cristiano Ronaldo will make his second Man Utd debut.
“We had a good week,” said the Red Devils manager. There’s no doubt he’ll be on the field at some time.

“Everyone is thrilled to have him back, and it has really brightened the office atmosphere.”

We’re obviously excited for Saturday.”

Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood may be fighting for the role of lead striker should Ronaldo not play.

Although Jadon Sancho was hurt before England’s match against Hungary, he’s expected to play. Marcus Rashford is still out.
Scott McTominay and Alex Telles, both of whom have recently returned to training, will need to be picked up in pre-season.

Newcastle’s Callum Wilson, Isaac Hayden, and Paul Dummett are all uncertain, while Freddie Woodman should again serve as backup in goal with Martin Dubravka still recovering from injury.

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