MANCHESTER UNITED return for their first Premier League game in a MONTH when they face rivals Man CIty in a huge derby.

The Red Devils had matches postponed due to the passing of The Queen.

Injured Harry Maguire misses out for United


Injured Harry Maguire misses out for United

United have played twice in the Europa League since – losing to Real Sociedad and beating Sheriff Tiraspol.

But Erik ten Hag’s rejuvenated side head into this Manchester derby high in confidence in the league.

United have won their last four Premier League games in a row.

Though champions City have carried on their form from last season, and are yet to taste defeat in the league this term.

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When is Man City vs Man Utd?

Man City vs Man Utd takes place on Sunday, October 2.

The Premier League match kicks off at 2pm UK time.

City’s Etihad Stadium plays host to the big derby.

John Stones suffered a hamstring injury on England duty


John Stones suffered a hamstring injury on England duty

What live stream and TV channel is Man City vs Man Utd on?

Man City vs Man Utd will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League.

Sky begin their coverage at 1pm, with a full hour of build-up.

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What is the team news?

Marcus Rashford is set to hand United a huge boost with the in-form forward back in training.

However, Ten Hag and City counterpart Pep Guardiola suffered injury blows in England’s 3-3 draw with Germany in the Nations League.

United captain Harry Maguire is set to be sidelined for around two weeks with a thigh injury.

He played on despite the issue to see out the full 90 minutes at Wembley on Monday but was later spotted limping away from the stadium.

While City centre-back John Stones was forced off in the 37th minute with a hamstring injury in the Wembley draw, and is a huge doubt for the weekend.

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