Man Utd vs LASK FREE: Live stream, TV channel, teams and kick-off time for Europa League last 16 – The Sun
5th August 2020

MANCHESTER UNITED host LASK in a Europa League last 16 tie which should be pretty plain sailing.

Odion Ighalo inspired the Red Devils to a 5-0 first leg away win in Austria in March leaving them with plenty of wriggle room at Old Trafford.

The competition also takes on less significance for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer than it might have done after United secured a Champions League spot with a 2-0 win at Leicester last week.

What time does Man Utd vs LASK kick off?

  • Man Utd host Lask on Wednesday, August 5.
  • The match kicks off at 8pm.
  • It will be played behind closed doors at Old Trafford.

What TV channel is Man Utd vs LASK on and can I live stream it?

  • Man Utd vs LASK is live on BT Sport 1.
  • Coverage commences at 7.30pm – half an hour before kick off.
  • To live stream head to the BT Sport website or app.

How can I watch Man Utd vs LASK FREE?

  • Viewers with an EE phone contract can get a three-month FREE trial of the BT Sport app.
  • Simply text SPORT to 150.

Team news

  • UNITED BENCH

    Grant, Wan-Bissaka, Mengi, Andreas, Fernandes, Garner, Matic, Pogba, Chong, Greenwood, Martial, Rashford.

  • LASK STARTING XI

    1 Schlager, 30 Andrade, 18 Trauner (C), 6 Wiesinger, 7 Renner, 25 Holland, 26 Ranftl, 8 Michorl, 29 Raguz, 14 Balic, 28 Frieser.

  • UNITED XI

    22 Romero, 24 Fosu-Mensah, 3 Bailly, 5 Maguire (C), 53 Williams, 39 McTominay, 17 Fred, 8 Mata, 14 Lingard, 21 James, 24 Ighalo.

  • GOOD EVENING

    Welcome to the live blog for Manchester United vs LASK.

    United go into the home leg 5-0 to the good with a rather inspiring and convincing performance last time out from the likes of Odion Ighalo and Mason Greenwood.

    United are also coming off the back of a successful Premier League campaign which saw them finish third in the table and qualify for next seasons UEFA Champions League.

    For the visitors, it’s a change of manager. Valerien Ismael has been replaced by former Austria women’s coach Dominik Thalhammer.

    No doubt the Austrian side will be looking to get this game out of the way and look ahead towards the new season at the start of September.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to field a weaker than usual side which could feature the likes of Tahith Chong, Ethan Galbraith and Teden Mengi.

    Game time will most likely also be handed to Dan James who got off to a good start to life at United, but has since fallen out of favour and form.

    United will no doubt be looking to finish off a rather successful campaign with some silverware, and they’re one of the stronger sides left in the competition.

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