How To Watch Manchester United Vs Charlton Match Live Today

When Manchester United plays Charlton Athletic at Old Trafford on Tuesday, we’ll be trying to advance to the Carabao Cup semifinals (20:00 GMT).

Erik ten Hag’s team will be eager to maintain our recent winning streak in M16 after the conclusion of the World Cup after we beat Everton on Friday to go into the fourth round of the FA Cup.

United hopes to go to the tournament’s semifinals for the first time since the 20/21 season after defeating both Aston Villa and Burnley thus far in the competition.

How To Watch Live Stream of Manchester Vs Charlton Live Today

The game starts at 20:00 GMT, and there are still some tickets left here. Fans in the UK won’t be able to see the game live on television.

Starting at 18:55, our MUTV pre-match show will feature pre-match build-up, team news, post-match reaction, and interviews. Additionally, you will be able to follow the action live on and the United App, with live radio commentary accessible for the entire 90 minutes.

The action’s brief match highlights will be available to watch starting at 1:00 the following morning, with expanded versions to come later.


Bruno Fernandes has been suspended after receiving a warning in both of our team’s first two games in the competition.

Jadon Sancho has returned to Carrington as his recovery progresses, starting with individual training, while Donny van de Beek suffered an injury against Bournemouth on January 3 that may keep him out for a long time.

Due to the implementation of concussion protocol following a training incident in which he took a ball to the face, goalkeeper Ashley Maynard-Brewer was unable to participate in the recent victory over Lincoln City. Joe Wollacott, a teammate and fellow goalkeeper, isn’t anticipated to return to training for a few more weeks after having the wire cut from his fractured finger.