Manchester United’s Pressure Mounts Ahead of Burnley Clash
Manchester United is set to face Burnley in Gameweek 6 of the English Premier League, with manager Erik ten Hag under increasing pressure. The Red Devils have had a disappointing start to the season, winning only two out of their first five fixtures. Their recent draw against Nottingham Forest and defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League have added to the scrutiny on ten Hag. Burnley, on the other hand, sees this as an opportunity to secure their first win of the season, with former Manchester City player Vincent Kompany leading the charge. The match will take place at Turf Moor on Saturday, September 23.
How to Watch the Game
If you are unable to watch the game locally, using a VPN can be a useful solution. A VPN allows you to change your location virtually, giving you access to the game even if you are in a blackout zone. It also encrypts your traffic, preventing your ISP from throttling your speeds. Make sure to set up your VPN correctly to avoid leaks and ensure that you have a legitimate subscription to the streaming service you are using. ExpressVPN is a reliable option that works on various devices and offers a 49% discount plus three months of free access with an annual subscription.
In the US, the game will be streamed on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service. To watch it live, you will need a Peacock Premium or Premium Plus account, which costs $6 per month or $60 per year. In the UK, Sky Sports has exclusive rights to the game, so you can stream it via the Sky Go app if you have a Sky Sports TV package. Cord-cutters can opt for a Now account and a Now Sports membership. Canadian viewers can subscribe to Fubo Canada, which has exclusive rights to this Premier League season. Australian fans can watch the game on Optus Sport, which offers live streaming of every Premier League match this season.
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