Club Brugge vs Manchester United: How to watch in Malaysia, Singapore & Philippines, TV channel, free live stream, kickoff time and squad news

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Here's how to watch Club Brugge vs Manchester United for free in SouthEast Asia as well as what channel it’s on, the squad line ups and more...
Here's how to watch Club Brugge vs Manchester United for free in SouthEast Asia as well as what channel it’s on, the squad line ups and more...

Club Brugge are up against English giants Manchester United as the UEFA Europa League knockout stages get under way again this Friday.

The Belgian side will look to minimise damage against Red Devils in the first leg of their Round of 32 clash before they travel to England for the return leg.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men largely coasted though an easy group which contained the likes of AZ Alkmaar, Partizan Belgrade and Astana, finishing top with 13 points from six matches.

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Club Brugge, on the other hand, dropped down to Europa League after finishing third in the Champions League group behind PSG and Real Madrid.

Club Brugge vs Manchester United on TV in Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines

Game

Club Brugge vs Manchester United

Date

Friday, February 21

Time

12:55 am ICT / 01:55 am SGT

Venue

Jan Breydel Stadium

Malaysia TV Channel

beIN Sports

Singapore TV Channel

beIN Sports

Philippines TV Channel

N/A

Thailand Channel

N/A

Cambodia Channel

N/A

Laos TV Channel

N/A

Taiwan TV Channel

Elta

Brunei TV Channel

beIN Sports

Club Brugge vs Manchester United live streaming in Malaysia, Singapore and Philippines

Malaysia readers can find out what football is showing on TV here.  

In Malaysia, Singapore Taiwan and Brunei, the game will not be available for free online.

In Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos, the game can be watched live and on-demand on the Goal homepage and on  DAZN 's social media channels.

Malaysia live stream

N/A

Singapore live stream

N/A

Philippines live stream

Goal  homepage and DAZN  Facebook  & Youtube  pages

Thailand live stream

Goal  homepage and DAZN  Facebook  & Youtube  pages

Cambodia live stream

Goal  homepage and DAZN  Facebook  & Youtube  pages

Laos live stream

Goal  homepage and DAZN  Facebook  & Youtube  pages

Taiwan live stream

N/A

Brunei live stream

N/A

Club Brugge team news and injuries

Position

Club Brugge possible lineup

Goalkeeper

Simon Mignolet

Defenders

Clinton Mata, Brandon Mechele, Simon Deli

Midfielders

Mats Rits, Krepin Diatta, Eduard Sobol, Ruud Vormer, Hans Vanaken

Forwards

Percy Tau, Emmanuel Bonaventure

The good news for Brugge is that there no major injuries for them and have a full squad to pick from for this match.

Man United team news and injuries

Position

Man United possible lineup

Goalkeeper

Sergio Romero

Defenders

Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Harry Maguire, Victor Lindelof, Brendon Williams

Midfielders

Nemanja Matic, Fred, Bruno Fernandes, Juan Mata

Forward

Anthony Martial, Daniel James

Manchester United have quite a few key players out with Marcus Rashford (back), Scott McTominay (knee), Paul Pogba (ankle) and Axel Tuanzebe. The likes of Lee Grant and Timothy Fosu-Mensah are also not expected to make the squad.

Match Preview

Club Brugge and Manchester United met in the 2014-15 season in the Champions League qualifiers when the Red Devils cantered past them 7-1 on aggregate. They will be eyeing an easy task this time too despite the injuries to several of their key players.

Club Brugge have a wretched record against Premier League opposition. They are without a win in their last ten such matches, losing eight of them. Brugge did well in the Champions League this time and even managed to hold Real Madrid to a 2-2 draw. But they were unable to get into the top two in their group and ended up finishing third.

Emmanuel Bonaventure will be their threat upfront and the Nigerian striker might fancy his chances against an inconsistent Man United defence. United have not been convincing at the back in the Premier League this season and have struggled for creativity in midifeld.

With the likes of Rashford and McTominay out, they lack a bit of skill and steel in midfield. But new signing Bruno Fernandes should give them a bit a drive in the middle of the park. Martial will need to step up as the centre-forward while Daniel James, who has been a bit flat recently, will hope he can regain his form.

Even with the recent troubles United have had, they should see this game out against the Belgian side and are clear favourites going into this match.

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