How to watch Wolves vs Man United | Men’s First-Team | News

How to watch Wolves vs Man United | Men’s First-Team | News
How to watch Wolves vs Man United | Men’s First-Team | News
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Wolves are back in Premier League action on Thursday evening following their FA Cup exploits to take on Manchester United at Molineux – find out how to follow the live action below.

Matchday Live

Audio coverage of the pre-match build-up, full 90 minutes and post-match reaction of Wolves vs Manchester United is available via Wolves TV and the Wolves App.

The show begins about 30 minutes before kick-off at Molineux, bringing supporters team news and talking points before the 8.15pm start.

Mikey Burrows, Hall of Fame full-back Andy Thompson and play-off final hero Lee Naylor will then provide a full 90-minute commentary of the fixture, before spending time after the final whistle dissecting the action.

Click here to listen live on Wolves TV

Click here to listen live on Wolves App

Kick-off time and stream start time

Wolves vs Manchester United kicks off at 8.15pm with the Matchday Live stream beginning around 30 minutes ahead of kick-off at 7.45pm.

How to watch Wolves vs Manchester United live

The fixture will broadcast live in the UK on TNT Sports. Coverage begins at 7.30pm on TNT Sports 1.

Across the world, Wolves supporters can watch the Old Gold continue their 2023/24 season via their local Premier League broadcast partner.

Click here to find out where you can watch Wolves and Manchester United

Live text coverage

Live text coverage of Wolves vs Manchester United is also being provided on Thursday evening as wolves.co.uk returns with the Matchday Blog, beginning two hours ahead of kick-off.

While @Wolves on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram will produce on-the-pulse updates throughout the day.


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