How to watch Tuesday's match. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira)AP
It’s Manchester United vs. Burnley Tuesday as English Premier League action continues this week. Manchester United will be looking to bounce back from a massive upset loss to Middlesbrough in the FA Cup on penalty kicks. Now, the club will be looking for stars like Cristiano Ronaldo and Anthony Martial to bounce back and continue the strong run in EPL play. Manchester United has worked its way back up fourth in the standings with a record of 11-5-6, just ahead of West Ham, Arsenal and Tottenham. On the other side, Burnley currently sits dead last in the standings with just one win on the season.
What time does the match start? Where can I watch it on TV? – Tuesday’s match kicks off at 3 p.m. EST for viewers in the U.S and will air on TV via USA Network in English and NBC Universo in Spanish.
Live steam options: NBC Sports Live | Peacock Premium | Sling | fuboTV – Cable subscribers can use the login credentials from the TV provider to watch via NBC Sports Live and the NBC Sports app. If you don’t have cable, Premier League matches are also available streaming via Peacock Premium and are not available via the service’s free tier. You can also watch the match with streaming services like Sling and fuboTV.
More coverage via the Associated Press
A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Tuesday:
Manchester United has a chance to lift the mood following the shock FA Cup exit to second-tier Middlesbrough when playing a Burnley side that has won once in the Premier League all season. United is trying to cling onto fourth place to qualify for the Champions League. Burnley is trying to climb off the bottom of the standings. The other teams in the relegation zone are also in action with Newcastle hosting Everton and Watford at West Ham. It is Newcastle’s first game since the end of the January transfer window when the club spent more than $100 million on new players, including Bruno Guimaraes.
Fresh from its 2-1 loss against bitter rival AC Milan in the city derby, Inter looks to bounce back against AS Roma in an Italian Cup quarterfinal. It’s a big night for Roma coach Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese tactician faces Inter, the club he led to the Serie A-Italian Cup-Champions League treble in 2010. Under Mourinho, Roma is having an inconsistent season. The team dropped to seventh in the standings after drawing 0-0 at home to struggling Genoa over the weekend.
Monaco takes on second-tier Amiens for a place in the semifinals of the French Cup. Monaco is looking sharp again under attack-minded coach Philippe Clement and starts heavy favorite at home against Amiens, which is 14th in the second division. Monaco striker Wissam Ben Yedder looks close to his best form since Clement took over, and will be confident of adding to his five goals in the competition this season. The France striker has netted 21 times in all competitions. Monaco was French Cup runner-up last year to Paris Saint-Germain.
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