MANCHESTER UNITED vs Liverpool is one of THE biggest games of any Premier League season.
And the fans made sure this year’s fixture became one that will send shockwaves around English football.Manchester United fans protested outside Old Trafford before making their way into the stadium[/caption] Fans let off flares and ran around inside the theatre of dreams causing the match against Liverpool to be postponed[/caption]
Thousands of Manchester United supporters marched on their beloved Theatre of Dreams in protest at the club’s owning family the Glazers, who they want to sell the club.
The Glazers were instrumental in attempting to set up the proposed European Super League with a raft of other big European clubs, which has fallen on its face after fan rage.
The delayed fixture could disrupt the tail-end of United’s season, with the Red Devils fighting to win the Europa League as well as consolidate second place in the Prem.
When will Manchester United vs Liverpool take place?
The two clubs, as well as the Premier League, are in talks to find a date and time for the fixture.
As it stands, the best time to play the game is the day after the postponed match, May 3.
But United have a Europa League semi-final second leg incoming and have to fly to Roma to fulfil the fixture.
When can the Premier League fixture happen?
It’s complicated, but basically there may need to be a significant reshuffle if the game is not played today – Monday, May 3.
Here is how both teams’ schedules look after Old Trafford clash postponed:
- May 6 – Roma vs Man Utd – 8pm – Europa League semi-final
- May 8 – Liverpool vs Southampton – 8.15pm – Premier League
- May 9 – Aston Villa vs Man Utd – 2.05pm – Premier League
- May 12 – Man Utd vs Leicester – 6pm – Premier League
- May 16 – WBA vs Liverpool – 4.30pm – Premier League
- May 19 – Man Utd vs Fulham, Burnley vs Liverpool – 7.45pm – Premier League
- May 23 – Wolves vs Man Utd, Liverpool vs Crystal Palace – 4pm – Premier League
- May 26 – Europa League final – 8pm – if United qualify
What will United’s punishment be for the fixture being postponed?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side could face a hefty fine or even a points deduction if they are found to be culpable of the postponement.
The FA are investigating the chaotic scenes to determine what punishment they will hand out.
A points deduction is an option – although it’s believed to be highly unlikely such a severe sanction would be used.
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What TV channel will the game be on and can I stream it?
Whatever happens to the match, Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League will broadcast the Manchester United vs Liverpool clash.
Then Now TV will be streaming the match.