Manchester United will face Luton Town live Kameme TV this weekend 11-11-2023

 

Manchester United will face Luton Town for the first time in the Premier League at Old Trafford this Saturday. The two teams last met in the league in 1992, before the start of the Premier League era. 

 

Luton Town had been relegated from the top-flight that year and hadn't returned to the Premier League until their recent promotion.



United previously faced Luton Town in 2020 in the Carabao Cup third round, where they emerged victorious with a 3-0 scoreline at Kenilworth Road. However, the upcoming game will be a different challenge for both teams.



Erik ten Hag's side will be looking to bounce back after their dramatic 4-3 defeat to FC Copenhagen in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday.



The game will not be shown live in the UK as it starts at 15:00 GMT, but live updates will be available on the United App and across ManUtd.com's Match Centre. 

 

Live radio commentary will also be available throughout the game, and MUTV will provide exclusive build-up and post-match reaction through their Match Day Live show, which will start at 13:55 GMT (1800hrs EAT). K24 TV and Kameme TV will air this exclusive and history game.



Highlights of the game will be available to watch two hours after the final whistle, with Full 90 and 90 in 20 editions set to follow at midnight.



In terms of team news, Marcus Rashford will be available for selection after recovering from a small knock. Jonny Evans is a doubt after limping off in the game against Copenhagen. Casemiro, Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, and Lisandro Martinez remain sidelined. Meanwhile, Amad has returned to individual training at Carrington.



For the visitors, Amari'i Bell, Reece Burke, Mads Andersen, Dan Potts, Luke Berry, Sambi Lokonga, and Jordan Clark could all be unavailable due to injury. Former United players Teden Mengi and Tahith Chong could feature against their former club at Old Trafford. Mengi has started Luton's last three games at centre-back.



Luton currently sits just outside the bottom three on goal difference in their maiden Premier League campaign, with one win, three draws, and seven defeats from their 11 league games so far. 

 

The Hatters produced an impressive performance in their last game, drawing 1-1 with Liverpool at Kenilworth Road.



Luton's recent away games have been mixed, with a 3-1 loss at Aston Villa, a late comeback to draw 2-2 with Nottingham Forest, and a 2-1 victory over Everton.



Despite a run of five games without a goal, striker Carlton Morris is a significant threat in Luton's attack. The Englishman has previously found the net against Brighton, Wolves, and Everton in the 2023/24 season.



Rob Edwards is the current manager of Luton Town, having taken over in November 2022. He led the team to its first-ever Premier League promotion. 

 

Before joining Luton, Edwards had coached at Wolves (interim) and Forest Green Rovers, where he achieved promotion to League One. Edwards had previously played for several clubs in the Championship and had represented Wales 15 times on the international stage before retiring at the age of 30 and transitioning to coaching.

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