Manchester United vs Bournemouth LIVE! Premier League result, match stream, latest reaction and updates today

Manchester United vs Bournemouth LIVE! Premier League result, match stream, latest reaction and updates today

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Manchester United fell to shock 3-0 defeat at home to Bournemouth as the pressure was piled back on Erik ten Hag. An impressive midweek win over Chelsea had seemingly lifted the mood at Old Trafford, and meant United had the chance to draw level on points with rivals Manchester City with victory over the Cherries. But they never looked like doing so on a miserable afternoon for Ten Hag and his players, the club lurching swiftly back into crisis mode with a dismal performance that was greeted with a chorus of boos from those who stayed to hear the final whistle.

Dominic Solanke put the hosts in front inside five minutes and, while United initially threatened an immediate response, the Cherries were a constant threat on the counter. James Tavernier had a goal ruled out for the visitors, while Solanke was denied a second by the post as United repeatedly gave the ball away.

Two more Bournemouth goals did came after the break, after the hosts had made a relatively purposeful start to the second period. Scott McTominay and Bruno Fernandes both had shots blocked and Alejandro Garnacho threatened, but any hopes of a comeback were ended in a five-minute spell. Philip Billing proved too strong for Luke Shaw in the air and Marcos Senesi then found space from a corner, both heading beyond Andre Onana, as Bournemouth ruthlessly exploited an extraordinarily vulnerable United team.

Man United vs Bournemouth latest news

  • GOAL! Senesi piles on misery

  • GOAL! Billing heads home second for Cherries

  • POST! Solanke inches away from second

  • NO GOAL! Tavernier denied by offside flag

  • GOAL! Solanke scores for Bournemouth inside five minutes

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18:20 , Matt Verri

Manchester United fell to shock 3-0 defeat at home to Bournemouth as the pressure was piled back on Erik ten Hag.

An impressive midweek win over Chelsea had seemingly lifted the mood at Old Trafford, and meant United had the chance to draw level on points with rivals Manchester City with victory over the Cherries.

But they never looked like doing so on a miserable afternoon for Ten Hag and his players, the club lurching swiftly back into crisis mode with a dismal performance that was greeted with a chorus of boos from those who stayed to hear the final whistle.

Read our full report here!

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Post-match thoughts from Dominic Solanke

17:32 , Matt Verri

"Magnificent. To win away at Old Trafford is touching for everyone really. One of the best stadiums in the world and one of the best clubs in the world so to come and win the boys are delighted.

"I think I we’ve been building a lot in the last few weeks we are feeling confident we are feeling great.

“I think we’ve just started clicking really. A new manager, obviously coming in to the team. At the beginning we were still trying to kind of find our feet with a new philosophy."

Problems mount

17:08 , Matt Verri

With Brighton failing to beat Burnley, Man United remain sixth in the table.

Newcastle and West Ham both have the chance to overtake them tomorrow though - United could be eighth before long.

And they travel to Anfield next weekend...

United breaking records...

17:02 , Matt Verri

And not the good kind.

FT: Man United 0-3 Bournemouth

16:59 , Matt Verri

Boos from the Man United fans who have stayed - there's not many.

New lows for Erik ten Hag and his players, that was shockingly bad.

Bournemouth scored three, could have scored six and it's a famous win for the Cherries.



16:55 , Matt Verri

VAR rules it out for handball.

Bournemouth won't be too bothered...

GOAL! Man United 0-4 Bournemouth | Luis Sinisterra 90+2

16:53 , Matt Verri


United have given up. Maguire loses the ball, Solanke robs him.

Sinisterra takes a heavy touch, still beats Onana to the ball. Stays on his feet and turns the ball into an empty net.

Man United 0-3 Bournemouth

16:50 , Matt Verri

89 mins: An eerie silence around Old Trafford now.

Home fans want this done, those that have stayed that is. Fernandes pings the ball straight out of play... his head has well and truly gone.

Man United 0-3 Bournemouth

16:46 , Matt Verri

85 mins: It's nearly 4-0! This is rancid from United.

Bournemouth fly forward on the counter, Solanke unable to turn the ball towards goal as it's fired at him.

Fernandes meanwhile earns himself a yellow card for whining. He's now suspended for the Liverpool match next weekend.

Man United 0-3 Bournemouth

16:44 , Matt Verri

83 mins: Rashford to be fair is running around a bit. Noticeable improvement in work rate, he's throwing himself around.

That's about it though. United aren't getting back into this.

Man United 0-3 Bournemouth

16:40 , Matt Verri

79 mins: Body language is terrible from the United players. Loose passes, everyone blaming each other.

Three changes for the hosts. Shaw, Antony and Garnacho off. Evans, Rashford and Pellistri on.

Man United 0-3 Bournemouth

16:37 , Matt Verri

76 mins: Fair few home fans have seen enough, in the pouring rain.

McTominay tries to make something happen, but the shot is blocked. Bournemouth have been absolutely sensational.

GOAL! Man United 0-3 Bournemouth | Marcos Senesi 73'

16:35 , Matt Verri


And there are loud boos now.

Corner swung in, Senesi rises highest and nods it back into the far corner. So easy.

Man United 0-2 Bournemouth

16:34 , Matt Verri

73 mins: Bournemouth win a corner, not exactly rushing to take this.

Nor the second one, as Reguilon nods it behind. This is not where United need the ball.

Man United 0-2 Bournemouth

16:32 , Matt Verri

71 mins: Bournemouth fans making all the noise at Old Trafford.

Only thing coming from the home supporters are groans at the moment - miserable afternoon so far.

GOAL! Man United 0-2 Bournemouth | Philip Billing 68'

16:30 , Matt Verri


Bournemouth have a second, massive goal for the Cherries.

Finally they take advantage of a counter. Solanke involved, driving forward and playing it wide.

Clipped to the back post, Billing too strong as he rises above Shaw and powers a header home.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:28 , Matt Verri

67 mins: Side-netting!

Lovely move from United. Dalot flying down the right wing and playing the ball through to Antony.

Slid back to Dalot, tight angle and he goes for goal, can't get it on target. Hojlund unimpressed.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:26 , Matt Verri

65 mins: Hojlund shot... blocked. Antony... blocked! Bournemouth players throwing themselves in front of everything.

Fernandes down holding his face, for a change. Wants a penalty, not going to get it.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:25 , Matt Verri

63 mins: Minutes continue to tick away for United.

They came flying out of the blocks after the break, but it's eased off about now.

Hosts have to keep piling on the pressure. How long until we see Rashford?

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:22 , Matt Verri

61 mins: One day players will learn...

Hojlund dragged to the ground, waves an imaginary card and earns a yellow card for himself.

Exactly as Reguilon did in the first-half.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:19 , Matt Verri

58 mins: Bournemouth are just about hanging on.

Another United corner, McTominay wins the header but can't get enough on it. The Cherries scramble it clear.

Billing on for the visitors, replacing Semenyo.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:17 , Matt Verri

56 mins: Huge cheers around Old Trafford as Ten Hag makes a first change of the match.

Hojlund on, Martial off. And he gets to trudge around the outside of the pitch, listening to those cheers. Lucky man.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:16 , Matt Verri

55 mins: It's all coming down the left wing for United, as Garnacho runs at Smith yet again. Cross is charged down this time.

Rare attack down the right ends with Amrabat and Antony making a mess of things. They won't be back over there in a hurry...

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:13 , Matt Verri

52 mins: Maguire again charges up the pitch to add an extra body to the attack.

Garnacho clips the ball to the back post, Maguire nods it across the face of goal but McTominay can't turn it home.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:11 , Matt Verri

50 mins: Three corners for United since half-time, they're piling on the pressure now.

Reguilon swings the latest one in, Neto punches it away. Garnacho drives back into the box, goes down but the penalty appeals are swiftly waved away.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:10 , Matt Verri

49 mins: United's second-half plan appears to be to just give the ball to Garnacho.

Couple of bright runs already, winning a corner for the home side.

That comes to nothing, but they have another one now. Fernandes and McTominay both have shots blocked in the space of a few seconds.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

16:08 , Matt Verri

46 mins: Solanke has run United ragged this afternoon.

Skips away from Shaw, chops inside into the box and looks to square it... can't pick out a team-mate.

More of the same already.

Back underway!

16:06 , Matt Verri

Up and running again at Old Trafford!

First-half stats

15:59 , Matt Verri

Eight shots for Man United in the opening 45 minutes, seven for Bournemouth. Both have had two on target.

The hosts have had the best part of 75% possession, but most of that hasn't troubled the Cherries.

Sloppy from United, who are lucky they have only been punished once.

Around the grounds...

15:56 , Matt Verri

Few clubs towards the bottom of the table on course for crucial wins...

HT: Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:50 , Matt Verri

And that's half-time at Old Trafford.

A really good watch - that's not particularly a compliment to Man United. They've looked dangerous in bursts but so vulnerable at the back, Bournemouth could easily have scored a couple of more.

Boos from the home fans.


Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:48 , Matt Verri

45+1 mins: Again, Maguire saves United!

Bournemouth carve the hosts open on the break, ball squared into the middle where they have three players up... Maguire steps up and reads it. Superb.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:46 , Matt Verri

45 mins: Reguilon gets to the byline on the left wing, stands up a cross to the back post but it's comfortably claimed by Neto.

Four minutes added on - could easily have been more than that.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:44 , Matt Verri

43 mins: Going to have a fair amount of stoppage-time at the end of this half.

Garnacho back up, still rubbing his jaw. Will be fine to continue for now, but Rashford is jogging up and down the touchline if required.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:42 , Matt Verri

41 mins: Garnacho has stayed down, he'll need some treatment.

Looks to have taken a hand to the face. Accidental, but looks in a fair bit of pain. We'll blame the cold and the rain.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:40 , Matt Verri

39 mins: Solanke very nearly doubles the lead!

United lose it, poor pass from McTominay, Solanke played in and his low strike beats Onana but bounces back off the post! Inches away.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:37 , Matt Verri

36 mins: Well... it's something.

Fernandes and Martial combine nicely, before the Frenchman tries his luck from the edge of the area.

The left-footed strike just about reaches the goal. Less said about that the better.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:36 , Matt Verri

34 mins: Big chance for United, as the referee plays advantage.

Reguilon driving into space, has numbers up with him. Looks for Dalot to the right, passes it straight to a Bournemouth player instead. Real waste.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:33 , Matt Verri

32 mins: Superb from Maguire!

Halts one with a strong tackle, and then slides in on Kluivert seconds later to win the ball back. Cheered like a goal.

Then a chorus of boos as Antony goes tumbling the ground - no free-kick.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:32 , Matt Verri

31 mins: Reguilon wants a yellow card after getting his heels clipped, duly earn himself one. Good effort.

Home fans starting to get a bit frustrated, United creating very little having looked dangerous early on.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:29 , Matt Verri

28 mins: Tavernier into the book for time-wasting. Gone pretty earlier with that!

Bournemouth win a couple of quick corners, second of which is headed over the bar by Solanke.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:28 , Matt Verri

27 mins: Basically feels like Man United are playing without a midfield. They are so vulnerable when Bournemouth win the ball back.

That doesn't help... Garnacho passes it out of play for a corner.


15:25 , Matt Verri

24 mins: Bournemouth briefly think they have a second!

Solanke's header is parried up by Onana, and Tavernier is on hand to nod home the rebound.

But Solanke was offside, flag swiftly up.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:22 , Matt Verri

21 mins: Long spell of United possession, Maguire taking it upon himself to get forward. Basically playing left wing.

Martial can't get a shot away after a firm pass from Fernandes, before Antony tries... I actually don't know what he tries.

Basically just booted the ball straight out of play, nobody within 30 yards of getting onto that.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:20 , Matt Verri

19 mins: Match has just calmed down a bit, which will suit Bournemouth. Not quite the frantic pace to it for now.

United had 28 shots against Chelsea in midweek - they've already has six this afternoon.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:17 , Matt Verri

16 mins: End-to-end!

Bournemouth win it back and United look vulnerable, as Tavernier works it onto his right foot in the box.

Plenty of space for the shot... straight at Onana.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:16 , Matt Verri

15 mins: Absolutely insane that defenders are still being fooled by Antony cutting inside onto his left foot. That right foot is just for standing on.

Everyone in the world expects him to do so, except for Tavernier who just watches him skip by. Can't quite find McTominay with the pass.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:15 , Matt Verri

14 mins: Nearly that man again - McTominay has a shot blocked from the edge of the area. Bournemouth being opened up on a regular basis.

Corner is looped towards Maguire, Bournemouth deal with it.

United swiftly back on the attack though, as Dalot slides in McTominay. Again his effort is blocked.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:13 , Matt Verri

12 mins: More good work from Solanke.

This time the Bournemouth striker drops deep to pick up a loose ball, and he knocks it away from Antony to draw the foul.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:11 , Matt Verri

10 mins: Shooooooot!

United trying to walk it in, as Garnacho and Dalot both opt not to let fly when in space in the box.

This match is so open.

Man United 0-1 Bournemouth

15:09 , Matt Verri

8 mins: No need for United to panic. They're getting plenty of space in forward areas, as Reguilon wins a corner.

Taken short, Garnacho whips it into the middle and it's headed clear. Fernandes does well to stop the Bournemouth counter.

Looped back into the United box, Maguire's header tipped over!

GOAL! Man United 0-1 Bournemouth | Dominic Solanke 5'

15:06 , Matt Verri


Bournemouth have a very early lead. So easy. Ball played low into the box, Solanke gets across his man and flicks it into the far corner.

United get themselves into a mess playing out from the back. McTominay didn't react quickly enough.

Man United 0-0 Bournemouth

15:04 , Matt Verri

3 mins: An absolutely frantic start to this match. We're going to get goals, that's a promise.

Reguilon nearly picks out Antony, ball falls for Dalot and he scuffs a volley at goal. Reguilon then tries his luck, blocked.

Man United 0-0 Bournemouth

15:02 , Matt Verri

1 mins: Dear me, almost a horror start for United!

Shaw under-hits the backpass, Solanke gets there before Onana and goes down... no penalty.

There wasn't any contact there.


15:00 , Matt Verri

We're up and running at a miserable Old Trafford!

Here we go...

14:57 , Matt Verri

Let the mind games begin. Man United keep Bournemouth waiting in the tunnel for a few minutes.

Eventually they emerge from the dressing room and both sets of players are out onto the pitch at Old Trafford.

Not long now!

14:52 , Matt Verri

Players will be in the tunnel in the next few minutes.

It is POURING down at Old Trafford, very windy too. Lovely afternoon for a game of football.

United double up

14:48 , Matt Verri

Harry Maguire player of the month, Erik ten Hag manager of the month...

Both picked up awards after a strong November, with Maguire looking back to his best for the club having previously looked destined to leave United.

Been some turnaround!

Ten Hag's pre-match thoughts

14:37 , Matt Verri

The United boss has been speaking ahead of kick-off...

Bournemouth look to break new ground

14:29 , Matt Verri

Bournemouth have never won away to Manchester United. Not a great record.

Erik ten Hag's side won both matches between the teams last season without conceding, so there's plenty of room for improvement for the Cherries... to put it mildly.

Ten Hag: We were not in crisis

14:24 , Matt Verri

Erik ten Hag says Manchester United paid not attention to talk of a "crisis" at the club.

After beating Chelsea in midweek, Ten Hag said: "It never felt like a crisis for us.

"We keep calm and trust the process. We’re in the right direction and need not to be distracted with things around us. We’re critical of ourselves and want to put things right and make it better. This team can be successful.

"You have to be a team, cooperate. Need good communication in and out of possession. Then you play well because we have a lot of great players. I know we can not play great every game because we are not robots."

 (Getty Images)
(Getty Images)

In the early kick-off...

14:16 , Matt Verri

Five minutes plus stoppage-time to go at Selhurst Park in the lunchtime kick-off.

Crystal Palace are down to ten men but they are close to holding on for a point - it's 1-1 at Selhurst Park.

Liverpool pushing for a later winner.

No Rashford in starting lineup

14:08 , Matt Verri

Marcus Rashford only makes the bench - that could be down to his illness, but also a fair chance it's performance related again.

Anthony Martial comes in to lead the line, with Rasmus Hojlund among the substitutes, while Luke Shaw is in the centre of defence despite Raphael Varane and Jonny Evans both being available.

Just the one change for Bournemouth, as Marcus Tavernier comes in to replace Luis Sinisterra.

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Bournemouth team news

14:04 , Matt Verri

Starting XI: Neto, Smith, Zabarnyi, Senesi, Kerkez, Cook,Christie, Semenyo, Kluivert, Tavernier, Solanke

Subs: Mepham, Brooks, Rothwell, Ouattara, Sinisterra, Moore, Kilkenny, Billing, Travers

Man United team news

14:01 , Matt Verri

Starting XI: Onana, Dalot, Maguire, Shaw, Reguilon, Amrabat, McTominay, Fernandes, Antony, Martial, Garnacho

Subs: Bayindir, Rashford, Hojlund, Varane, Pellistri, Wan-Bissaka,van de Beek, Evans, Mainoo

Stand by...

13:55 , Matt Verri

Team news from Old Trafford coming up in the next five minutes.

You'd imagine Erik ten Hag won't want to change too much after that performance against Chelsea - Marcus Rashford could be ruled out anyway.

Injuries for Bournemouth to contend with too. All will be revealed very shortly.

McTominay reveals Ten Hag change

13:48 , Matt Verri

Scott McTominay has defended Erik ten Hag in the face of recent criticism, insisting the Manchester United manager deserves credit for his side's victory over Chelsea.

United produced one of their best performances of the season to beat the Blues at Old Trafford on Wednesday night, a much-needed response to talk of dressing room discontent.

Some reports claimed that a significant number of players had become frustrated with Ten Hag's training methods, believing there was too much running involved, but United put that to one side as they dominated Chelsea.

Asked after the match what was behind the significant improvement against Chelsea, McTominay pointed to Ten Hag and revealed the Dutchman had lightened the load on the players in training, contrary to reports.

"Obviously the manager, to be honest with you," McTominay told Amazon Prime Video.

"The way that we’ve approached the game, a lot of light training sessions to keep energy, to keep fresh, and to keep going for the next game, because obviously they come really thick and fast."

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(AFP via Getty Images)

How it stands...

13:40 , Matt Verri

Manchester United are sixth in the table heading into this weekend's fixtures.

Victory this afternoon would move them above Tottenham and level on points with Manchester City, before those two sides both play tomorrow.

As for Bournemouth, their four-match unbeaten run has lifted them to 15th and seven points clear of the relegation zone.

Keane wants overhaul of Man United squad

13:32 , Matt Verri

Roy Keane has claimed Manchester United need to sell as many as ten first-team players in the upcoming transfer windows.

The former United captain called for major changes at Old Trafford, believing the club need to sell Victor Lindelof, Diogo Dalot, Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane and Jonny Evans in defence.

Keane was similarly ruthless further up the pitch, ditching Christian Eriksen, Sofyan Amrabat, Antony, Anthony Martial and the exiled Jadon Sancho.

He was also unconvinced by Marcus Rashford. The forward has scored just two goals this season and was dropped for the midweek win over Chelsea, with Keane growing frustrated over his lack of consistency.

"I wouldn't be sure about Marcus," Keane told The Overlap.

"The whole package - his personality, his mood swings. He's a talented player, but if you're not going to work hard and you're having these dips every now and then... there's always talk about his confidence, off the field stuff. It seems to be constant with him.

"Just turn up every week and do the business."

He added: "Marcus is 26. When's the penny going to drop for him?"

 (PA Wire)
(PA Wire)

Ten Hag: People told me not to take Man United job

13:23 , Matt Verri

Erik ten Hag has revealed the warnings he received around not accepting the job as Manchester United manager.

The Dutchman has been in charge at Old Trafford since the summer of 2022, when he left Ajax after five successful years and three Eredivisie titles to succeed interim boss Ralf Rangnick, himself a temporary replacement for the sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Things have turned rather sour during his second season in charge, however, with the 53-year-old under constant pressure amid a myriad of problems at the club both on and off the pitch.

There has been constant talk of crisis at United this term and suggestions of a dressing-room revolt against the manager over his methods, with the club banning four media outlets from his pre-match press conference earlier this week.

Talking to the United We Stand fanzine, Ten Hag has now revealed that he initially got plenty of advice not to take on one of the biggest jobs in club football.

"Everyone was telling me, 'you can't succeed in that job'," he said.

"They said it was impossible. Me? I wanted the challenge. I knew it wouldn't be easy, but it was such a great club with such a great fanbase.

"People love Manchester United, or they are against Manchester United. I like clubs like this. Ajax was like this."


Stage is set!

13:16 , Matt Verri

Windy afternoon expected at Old Trafford, but it's dry... for now.

Ten Hag backs Rashford

13:09 , Matt Verri

Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag has assured Marcus Rashford he is still in his plans despite being dropped from his starting line-up.

The Red Devils beat Chelsea in midweek with Rashford benched having only scored two goals this season.

An impressive display in that 2-1 win means it is likely that Antony and Alejandro Garnacho will be given the chance to keep their places against Bournemouth, even if Rashford recovers from illness, but Ten Hag believes Rashford will yet prove his worth to the team.

The Dutchman told reporters: "Rashford is an incredibly good player.

"You can't do [the whole season] with 11 players, also he can't play every game.

"He's not in this moment in the form he was last year but I am sure he will get there."


Hosts in the building!

13:01 , Matt Verri

The Man United players have arrived at Old Trafford nice and early, as ever.

Standard Sport prediction

12:54 , Matt Verri

This will likely be a stiffer test than many expect for United, who aren’t exactly the most consistent side in the world.

Still, they should have enough to take another three points at home in the end to continue to ease the pressure on Ten Hag.

Man Utd to win, 2-1.

Bournemouth team news

12:47 , Matt Verri

Bournemouth are again without Hamed Traore due to illness, with Emi Marcondes, Tyler Adams, Alex Scott and Ryan Fredericks on their injury list.

Lloyd Kelly is "still not close" to a return, while Max Aarons is training outside but is still a way off being back in contention.

Goalkeeper Darren Randolph is recovering after being stretchered off in a development squad game in midweek.

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(AFP via Getty Images)

Man United team news

12:41 , Matt Verri

Marcus Rashford could miss the game for Man United.

The England forward sat out training at Carrington on Friday due to illness and is a doubt this afternoon, though may well have missed out on the starting lineup anyway having been dropped for the midweek win over Chelsea.

Bournemouth travel to Old Trafford just three days before United face Bayern Munich in a do-or-die finale to their group stage, which could lead to changes in the hosts' XI amid a busy fixture schedule.

However, Ten Hag has insisted that he will not be taking in-form Bournemouth lightly.

"The next game is always the most important, especially in the Premier League where everyone is killing everyone, and you need a strong team," the United boss told reporters on Friday.

Victor Lindelof will miss out after coming off at half-time in the win over Chelsea.

That could mean a return for the fit-again pair of Jonny Evans and Raphael Varane, who was absent in midweek with a back injury, or Luke Shaw could move into central defence to allow Aaron Wan-Bissaka or Sergio Reguilon a start.

Predicted Man Utd XI (4-2-3-1): Onana; Dalot, Maguire, Shaw, Reguilon; McTominay, Amrabat; Antony, Fernandes, Garnacho; Hojlund


How to watch Man United vs Bournemouth

12:36 , Matt Verri

TV channel and live stream: Today's game will not be broadcast live in the UK as it takes place during the Saturday 3pm blackout imposed across English football.

Free highlights: The Sky Sports YouTube channel will post highlights shortly after full time and BBC One's Match of the Day is scheduled for 10:30pm.

Live blog: Follow all the action right here with us!

Good afternoon!

12:31 , Matt Verri

Hello and welcome to Standard Sport's LIVE coverage of Man United vs Bournemouth!

Erik ten Hag's side should be going into this match in confident mood, after their impress performance in midweek to beat Chelsea. Consistency has been a major problem for United though.

Chance to build on that win and really build some momentum to ease the pressure this afternoon.

We'll have all the latest updates, build-up and team news ahead of kick-off, which comes at 3pm GMT from Old Trafford. Stay with us!