Manchester United head to Kenilworth Road on Tuesday to face Luton Town in the EFL Cup third-round in a 8:15pm kick-off, as we let you know how to watch the match live streaming on TV tonight.
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Is Luton v Man Utd on TV?
Yes. Luton v Man Utd is being shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football.
Is Luton v Man Utd Live Streaming on Sky?
Yes. The EFL Cup game is being show live on Sky Sports Main Event tonight from 8.15PM.
Luton v Man Utd : What time does the match kickoff?
The match kicks off at 8.15 at Kenilworth Road on Tuesday 22nd September 2020.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side lost their opening game of the Premier League season in a 3-1 home defeat to Crystal Palace.
Nathan Jones’ Luton, however, are one of three Championship sides to boast a 100% record after two matches after a 2-1 win over Derby County. They also defeated fellow Championship sides Norwich City and Reading in the first two rounds of this competition.
Despite the Hatters’ excellent form, they’re a massive 11/1 to beat the Red Devils in 90 minutes. The draw is 5/1, with a United win 1/4.
It’s the first competitive meeting between the two sides since a 1-1 draw at Kenilworth Road in 1992, when Luton were last a top-flight side.
With United desperately needing to earn their first points of the season at Brighton on Saturday, Solskjaer will likely make several changes here.
The likes of Dean Henderson, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly, Brandon Williams, Nemanja Matic, Mason Greenwood and Odion Ighalo may come into the starting XI in pursuit of match fitness.
Ighalo is evens to score anytime (Sky Bet), with Greenwood 6/4 to put his recent bad publicity behind him and get his season up and running with a goal (Betfair).
Donny van de Beek, who scored as a substitute on his debut in the defeat to Palace, is 5/2 to make it two in two for his new club (Betfair). Should the Dutchman start in his favoured number ten role, his price of 7/2 to have two or more shots on target looks a very good price given his striking ability (also Betfair).
Since joining in 2017, James Collins’ 63 goals in 129 games for the Hatters has been instrumental in helping the club climb back up the footballing pyramid from League Two to the second-tier.
The 29-year-old is the current joint top-goalscorer in this competition with three goals in two games, and is 5/1 to extend his tally against the Premier League giants (Betfair).
Danny Hylton may be preferred in attack, though, with Collins rested for the weekend’s league match at local rivals Watford. If so, the 31-year-old is 6/1 to score anytime (Unibet).