Manchester United vs Sunderland Kickoff time: The Boxing day of the year is falling on the Premier League’s 18th match week. The Manchester United vs Sunderland Premier League 2016-17 football game is scheduled on 03:00 p.m GMT on December 26, Monday. Today’s match injuries and predicted starting lineups of Manchester City and Sunderland are provided here. The managers of Man. United and Sunderland have explained their thoughts about this Boxing day game.
Manchester United is playing well in their last few matches against Hotspur, Palace, West Brom, and Everton. Also, their today’s opponents are struggling to stay away from their loss.
Manchester United vs Sunderland Start time, lineup prediction, Injuries
Luke Shaw has recovered from his injury but, it seems that he will not play today’s game against Sunderland. Still, there is a doubt about the starting XI lineups of Manchester United. Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Chris Smalling are may add into the Manchester United starting lineup.
Javier Manquillo, Steven Pienaar, and Billy Jones could return to their team on today’s and upcoming games. Jan Kirchhoff is not available on today’s and next three months in Sunderland.
Match Time: In the United Kingdom, the match will kick start on 03:00 PM BST. In the United State, the game will kick off at 10:00 AM EDT. For the Australian football fans, the boxing day match of manchester United vs Sunderland will start at 01:30 AM of December 27, Tuesday. For the India viewers, people can watch the game from 08:30 PM IST.
Manchester United vs Sunderland Predicted lineups
Manchester United lineups: De Gea; Valencia, Jones, Rojo, Darmian; Carrick, Herrera; Lingard, Pogba, Rooney; Ibrahimovic.
Sunderland lineups: Pickford; Jones, Kone, Djolobodji, Van Aanholt; Larsson, Ndong, Denayer, Borini; Defoe, Anichebe.
Manchester United vs Sunderland Managers Talk
Manchester United Jose Mourinho: “The squad is good. We don’t have many injuries. Even the Luke Shaw injury is coming to an end. We are fine. People are happy.”
Sunderland David Moyes: “We’re going to need them [Manquillo, Pienaar, Jones], though whether they will be available for the Manchester United game I’m not quite sure.”