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Man United vs Fulham live score, updates, highlights and lineups from FA Cup quarter final

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OLD TRAFFORD, MANCHESTER — Manchester United look to continue their fight to win all available trophies this season as they host Fulham in the FA Cup quarterfinals.

Having won the Carabao Cup in February and reached the last eight of the Europa League, the Red Devils are bidding to secure a place in the FA Cup semifinals at Wembley in June. They could yet win an unprecedented quadruple of trophies, although their chances of lifting the Premier League title are slim at best.

Standing in their way at Old Trafford are a Fulham side enjoying a fine season under Marco Silva. In ninth place in the league table and only three points outside the top six, the Cottagers have found themselves in an unlikely quest for Europe.

League matches might usually take priority, but the chance to progress to the FA Cup semifinals is one they will be desperate to seize.

Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights for Manchester United vs Fulham.

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Man United vs Fulham live score

  1H 2H Final
Man United
Fulham

Goals:
None

Projected lineups:

Man United (4-3-3, right to left): 1-De Gea (GK) — 29-Wan-Bissaka, 19-Varane, 6-Martinez, 23-Shaw — 8-Fernandes, 15-Sabitzer, 17-Fred — 25-Sancho, 27-Weghorst, 10-Rashford

Fulham (4-2-3-1, right to left): 17-Leno (GK) — 33-Robinson, 13-Ream, 4-Adarabioyo, 2-Tete — 6-Reed, 26-Palhinha — 11-Solomon, 18-Pereira, 8-Wilson — 9-Mitrovic

Man United vs Fulham live updates, highlights from FA Cup

1 hour 45 mins before KO: In the pre-match programme, Erik ten Hag writes: “There is no denying that we have had a very hectic schedule since the World Cup, so I have to recognise and respect the amount of hard work the entire squad has given during this period.” As if to underline the point, the United manager wrote these words in a brief moment of respite before Thursday’s 1-0 win over Real Betis in Spain.

Since the World Cup final on December 18, United have played 24 games in all competitions in the space of 88 days. That’s an average of a little over one match every three days.

2 hours before KO: Manchester United and Fulham play their final matches before the international break today. A place in the semifinals of the FA Cup is up for grabs.

Man United vs Fulham lineups, team news

The big loss for Man United is Casemiro, who begins a four-game suspension today. Scott McTominay is also a doubt and Christian Eriken is still sidelined, meaning Erik ten Hag is light on options in central midfield.

Anthony Martial is still not ready to return and Alejandro Garnacho is facing a few weeks out.

Man United (4-3-3, right to left): 1-De Gea (GK) — 29-Wan-Bissaka, 19-Varane, 6-Martinez, 23-Shaw — 8-Fernandes, 15-Sabitzer, 17-Fred — 25-Sancho, 27-Weghorst, 10-Rashford

Fulham welcome back Joao Palhinha from suspension, while manager Marco Silva confirmed that Willian and Tom Cairney should be available. Shane DuffyLayvin Kurzawa and Neeskens Kebano are out.

Andreas Pereira and Dan James will both hope to be involved against their former club.

Fulham (4-2-3-1, right to left): 17-Leno (GK) — 33-Robinson, 13-Ream, 4-Adarabioyo, 2-Tete — 6-Reed, 26-Palhinha — 11-Solomon, 18-Pereira, 8-Wilson — 9-Mitrovic

Man United vs Fulham live stream, TV channel

  TV channel Streaming
USA ESPN+
Canada Sportsnet ONE Sportsnet Now
UK ITV 1, STV Scotland, UTV ITVX, STV Player
Australia Paramount+
New Zealand Sky Sports 7 beIN Sports beIN Sports Connect
India Sony TEN 1 Sony LIV, JioTV
Hong Kong myTV SUPER, M Plus Live
Malaysia Astro SuperSport 3

Astro Go, sooka

Singapore Singtel Sports Plus

UK: This match will be broadcast live in the UK on ITV 1. The free-to-air broadcaster will also stream the action via ITVX. Viewers in Scotland can watch for free via STV.

USA: This match will be available to stream on ESPN+.

Canada: The FA Cup quarterfinal can be seem on Sportsnet One and streamed via Sportsnet 360.

Australia: Fans in Australia can stream Man United vs Fulham on Paramount+.


Credit: sportingnews.com

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