After critical start of Premier League, Manchester United will now face Sunderland in their upcoming match. It will be played on 24th of September 2014 at home ground of the black cats. The reds have lots their first match against Swansea city while their rivals played first draw in first match day of this season. Read here the complete match preview, time and TV telecast channels of Sunderland vs Man United upcoming match.
Sunderland vs Manchester United 2014 Time, Telecast
Watch this action live on your TV telecast channels BBC Radio 5 Live in UK and NBCSN in United States. In India it will be live on Star Sports 4. Given below is the list of telecast channels of this match in other countries.
United States: Deportes Telemundo En Vivo, NBCSN, SiriusXM FC
United Kingdom: BBC Radio 5 Live, BT Sport 1
Spain: Canal+ 1 / HD / 30
Sweden: Viaplay Sweden, viasat fotbol / HD
Canada: Sportsnet world now, Sportsnet east
South Africa: Supersport 3 Africa
Germany: Sky Sports 2 / HD
Singapore: 102 (HD) mio stadium
France: Canal+ Sport
Norway: TV2 Sumo, TV2 Sport Premium
Finland: MTV3 MAX sport 1, Katsomo
Croatia: Sportklub 1 Croatia
Australia: Fox Sports Play, Fox sports 2
Austria: Sky sports 2 / HD
Denmark: TV 3 Sport 2, Viaplay Denmark
Sunderland vs Manchester United 2014 Preview
Head to Head
Total Played: 139
Sunderland won: 41 games
Manchester United won: 61 games
Draws: 37 games
Black cats scored 161 goals
Red Devils scored 204 goals
Team red devils had a fantastic pre season tour in USA winning the international champions cup, but they failed to start new season of premier league with a win. After the match, the new appointed manager stated that they need new players in order to make a perfect come back.
Defeat at Old at Trafford in first match day of premier league was the first ever loss of home team at their home ground. That was the first loss of coach Van Gaal with his new club out of last 5 matches in all competitions.
The Dutch manager will surely be looking forward to his first premier league win for the Red devils on Sunday, while the Dutchman will also be alerted to the need of big money transfers at the Stretford end of the season. Their players Evans, Welbeck, Valencia, Carrick & Luke Shaw are suffering from injuries.