07 January 2020 08:33

What time does Man Utd vs Man City kick off?

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TIME for another Manchester derby - and there's a place in the Carabao Cup final up for grabs. Semi-finals in this competition are played over two legs and United have home advantage in the opener as they look to knock out last season's winners. 2 Harry Maguire has been slammed by Man Utd fans after his performance at Arsenal Credit: AFP or licensors With the title race in the Premier League looking done and dusted already, the battle is on for silverware and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be desperate to give Utd fans something to shout about. What time does Man Utd vs Man City kick off? The first-leg of this tie is set for Tuesday, January 7.

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Kick-off is at 8pm. When City visited Old Trafford last they won 2-0 thanks to goals from Bernado Silva and Leroy Sane. What TV channel is Man Utd vs Man City on and can I live stream it? You can catch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Football and Ultra HD. Coverage will begin at 7pm.

If you're a Sky customer, grab the Sky Go app to stream on your mobile, tablet or PC. Whilst non-subscribers can watch by grabbing a NOW TV pass from just £9.99. What is the team news? Manchester United could have Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw all back for this game, while Harry Maguire will be given the chance to prove his fitness after injuring his foot at Molineux. Pep Guardiola has Nicolas Otamendi back fit but says he will rest some players. The chances of police catching and successfully prosecuting car thieves has fallen almost five-fold in just two years, an analysis of force data reveals. Only one in 400 (0.25 per cent) vehicle crimes where the offenders broke into or stole them resulted in jail, a fine, community sentence or caution in 2019. In most, the case was closed without a suspect being identified. That compares with 1.1 per cent of the 458,500 vehicle crimes in 2017 which resulted in convictions or sentences and 0.8 per cent of the 467,800 offences in 2018. Police leaders said fewer officers meant forces were slower at responding to "lower priority offences" like car crime where no-one was injured, thus reducing the...