For the 166th time, Manchester City and Manchester United will face off in the Manchester Derby, possibly the biggest match the Premier League currently has to offer, and if you don’t have anywhere to watch it, we’re here to help.
Manchester City arrive at this match from the 7th place in the Premier League, having 7 points through the first four matches, including drawing the last time they’ve played; 0-0 at Stoke City. However, they have beaten Viktoria Plzen 3-0 in the Champions League, making them quite confident about their ability at the moment. Yaya Toure and Alvaro Negredo are the team’s top scorers with two goals each.
Manchester Untied have done exactly the same as City in the league with two wins, a draw and a loss, winning their most recent match, beating Crystal Palace 2-0. They’ve also enjoyed a successful start to their Champions League campaign, beating Bayer Leverkusen 4-2. Robin van Persie, with 3 league goals so far, is the team’s top scorer.
The last time these two teams met was on April 8, 2013, with United already guaranteed the title. Manchester City ended up winning 2-1, slightly spoiling the overall feeling in the end.
Where to Watch – FirstRow offer one link at the moment, but more come up when it’s closer to game time. VIPBOX Sports is usually the best site for multiple options, offering 7 different links, with the highest quality of them (and the busiest) is this, with an option to view the match in Spanish as well. LiveTv.ru and LiveSoccerTv are another streaming option that is reliable and worth the watch.