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((STREAMS>)) Man Utd vs Luton Town Live Broadcast Free 18 February 2024 Today


Luton Town vs Man Utd live stream: How to watch Premier League game online. With an opportunity to register five competitive wins on the bounce, Manchester United will be looking to close the gap on the Premier League top-five when they face Luton Town at Kenilworth Road on Sunday.


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The Luton Town vs Man Utd live stream is a huge game for the home side as they face the Red Devils at Kenilworth Road for the first time in the Premier League.


Luton Town have not faced Man Utd at home in England’s top division since April 1992 — before the creation of the Premier League — so win, lose or draw this will be an occasion to savor for Luton fans. They also face Man Utd with a realistic prospect of surviving in the Premier League for another season. Currently outside of the relegation zone, the Hatters are defying many pundits who predicted them to struggle to survive at this level. However, last week's defeat to Sheffield Utd was damaging to their goal of playing in the EPL next year, so they need to bounce back.


Meanwhile, Man Utd are starting to put together some form, and it could be enough to propel them towards the Premier League top four and Champions League qualification. After a tricky festive period, Man Utd are on a four-game winning streak in all competitions, with three EPL victories during that run. Overall performances haven’t been stellar, but under Erik ten Hag, the Red Devils keep winning even when not playing their best, and that is the hallmark of a strong side.


The Luton Town vs Man Utd live stream should be a thrilling game as both these sides like to attack, and neither are particularly defensively sound. Expect goals in this game. Plus, make sure you don’t miss any of the EPL action by checking out how to watch Premier League live streams.


Luton Town vs Man Utd live stream, Date, Time, Channels


The Luton Town vs Man Utd live stream takes place on Sunday, February 18.

Time: 4:30 p.m. GMT / 11:30 a.m. ET / 8:30 a.m. PT / 3:30 a.m. AEDT (Feb. 19)

U.S. — Watch on USA via Sling TV

U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports

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Erik ten Hag's side defeated Aston Villa 2-1 the last time out, while Luton will aim to stay above the drop zone after falling to a 3-1 home defeat against Sheffield United.


The home side's manager Rob Edwards will continue to miss the injured trio of Marvelous Nakamba, Mads Andersen and Tom Lockyer.


New signing Daiki Hashioka may not be ready to be included from the onset yet, but Teden Mengi could start after being named among the substitutes for the games Sheffield United.


Tahith Chong and Jordan Clark are also set to battle for their places with Andros Townsend.


Luke Shaw is a doubt after being taken off at half-time in the Aston Villa win due to a knock, while the other full-back options Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Tyrell Malacia are ruled out through injuries.


Anthony Martial, Lisandro Martinez and Mason Mount also remain unavailable for selection, with Victor Lindelof in line to enter the XI in case Shaw is not passed fit for Sunday's outing. Scott McTominay is likely to continue as the perfect option off the bench.


The two teams are in contrasting form. United have won four games in a row and sit in sixth place, six points behind fourth place and with the feeling that a Champions League berth might be in reach. As for Luton, they have one win in their last five and are just one point above the drop zone and are no doubt eyeing an upset over United as they hope to survive relegation.


Manchester United's once-chaotic season might be settling down, to the team's benefit. They are in the midst of their longest winning streak of the season and now can envision a spot in the top four, even if a six point gap between them and fourth place Tottenham Hotspur is still a sizable one. Erik ten Hag's side have not necessarily picked up wins in style, frequently being out-possessed and outshot along the way, but it is becoming an effective strategy.


Things will likely be different against Luton, who will likely be outmatched by United. It could be a good opportunity for United's in-form players to showcase some more creative freedom, and so it's worth keeping an eye on Scott McTominay and Rasmus Hojlund. The former has seven goals in his last 17 games and the latter is up to five Premier League goals, a long cry from the form that saw him go scoreless until Boxing Day.


The Red Devils take on the Hatters on Sunday afternoon at Kenilworth Road in fine form. They are on a run of three wins in a row in league action - their joint-best run of the campaign so far.


They overcame Aston Villa 2-1 last time out as Scott McTominay came off the bench to score a late winner. Another victory this weekend could potentially see Erik ten Hag’s men cut the gap to the Champions League places.


Elsewhere, Luton need to get themselves back on track in their fight for Premier League survival. Rob Edwards’ side had lost just one of six games ahead of hosting fellow strugglers Sheffield United. The Hatters sank to a 3-1 defeat to the Premier League's basement side and are now hovering just one point clear of the drop zone.


Ten Hag has offered an update on the fitness of Luke Shaw ahead of the weekend’s clash. He came off against Aston Villa during the Red Devils’ most recent outing. The defender is still a doubt but there is cautious optimism that he could return.


That is the only slice of good news that Man United have ahead of the game. Fellow defenders Lisandro Martinez, Tyrell Malacia and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are all ruled out, while Anthony Martial and Mason Mount all remain sidelined.


Luton have not picked up any fresh concerns ahead of the game. Mads Andersen, Tom Lockyer and Marvelous Nakamba are all still ruled out. January signing Daiki Hashioka is still getting acclimatised to his new surroundings after arriving from Sint-Truiden so is unlikely to appear.


The Red Devils look to have turned a corner, and are back in the Champions League race after last weekend's 2-1 win against Aston Villa – with Scott McTominay's late winner leaving them just five points back from fifth.


With Sir Jim Ratcliffe's minority takeover given the green light by the FA this week, there is plenty to be positive about for Man Utd fans, but they will be wary that disaster has rarely been far away for them this term.


Kenilworth Road has been a tough place to come for the Premier League's bigger clubs in 2023/24 – Liverpool were held to a draw there and Newcastle United were beaten, while Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur all only escaped with narrow wins by a one-goal margin.


The Hatters have been in fine form in recent weeks and, despite last weekend's defeat to relegation rivals Sheffield United, will see the visit of Man Utd, who have not been completely convincing despite an upturn in fortunes, as another chance to cause an upset.


Spurs lost 2-1 at home to Wolves on Saturday and United can move to within three points of them, and five behind fourth-placed Aston Villa, with a win at Kenilworth Road.


United have won three straight Premier League games to reignite their push for the Champions League, and they will be confident of extending that run against a Luton side just one point outside the bottom three after their 3-1 defeat to Sheffield United last weekend.


The Hatters aren’t believed to be carrying any fresh knocks at this stage. Mads Andersen, Tom Lockyer and Marvelous Nakamba will miss out.


United, meanwhile, could be missing Luke Shaw after he was taken off against Villa as a precaution. Ten Hag confirmed on Thursday that he is a doubt for this trip.


Lisandro Martinez is injured, along with Mason Mount, Anthony Martial and Tyrell Malacia. Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been ruled out for a few weeks with a fresh injury picked up in training.


United's meandering campaign was brought to life by their 3-2 comeback victory over Aston Villa on Boxing Day, with Ten Hag's side enjoying a six-game unbeaten run in all competitions to kick-off 2024.


Luton, meanwhile, were enjoying an impressive run of form of their own before they were surprisingly beaten at home by Sheffield United last weekend. Still, Rob Edwards' common sense approach has seen the Hatters punch above their weight during their maiden Premier League voyage. Luton enter Sunday's game 17th in the table and with a genuine shot of survival.


A Victor Lindelof strike handed United all three points at a nervy Old Trafford in the reverse fixture, with the Red Devils having to work hard for their victory. That's what Luton force sides to do and they're even tougher to beat on home soil.


The Hatters have already pushed Manchester City and Arsenal all the way at Kenilworth Road and were minutes away from securing a memorable victory over Liverpool.

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