This is the biggest Premier League season yet on Sky Sports - and there are more ways than ever to follow all the action on Monday Night Football.
Old Trafford plays host to one the biggest football fixtures in the calendar – a rivalry that is full of history, entertainment and goals. The fixture comes around at a crucial period for both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Unai Emery, who have overseen inconsistent starts to their respective seasons. A defeat against one of their top-six rivals would only turn up the heat.
Key times for Monday Night Football are:
Coverage starts at 7pm in the Monday Night Football studio with Jamie Carragher and Roy KeaneKick-off from Old Trafford is at 8pm; you can also follow live match coverage in our live blog across our digital platforms
How to watch with Sky Sports
You can watch the game live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, with our TV build-up kicking-off at 7pm where Carragher and former United captain Keane will join host David Jones in the Monday Night Football studio to preview the game and look back on the weekend’s action. We’ll then cut to Old Trafford for live coverage just before 8pm with Gary Neville joining Martin Tyler in the commentary box.
Man Utd vs Arsenal
September 30, 2019, 7:00pm
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There is a whole range of options to complement and enhance your viewing experience with Sky Sports – for both subscribers and non-subscribers.
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For non-subscribers, Manchester United vs Arsenal is accessible through a NOW TV pass. Get a Day Pass to Sky Sports for £9.99 and watch Monday’s match or even take advantage of our 70 per cent discount for a Month Pass at the discounted rate of £9.99.
Sky Premier League subscribers will also be able to tune in to watch the channel’s coverage on Sky Go.
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You can also follow our live match blog across our digital platforms, where you will be able to watch all the major incidents via our expanded mobile clips service and keep up to date with all the action, including commentary, analysis and team line-ups.