What TV channel is Luton Town vs Manchester United on? Kick off times, predictions and line ups
Manchester United will be hoping to win their first game of the season when they face Luton Town in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night.
United's league campaign couldn't have got off to a worse start on Saturday as they were humiliated by Crystal Palace at Old Trafford in their opening Premier League match, losing 3-1.
And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side don't have much time to dwell on their disappointment and will be back in action as they enter the League Cup in the third round.
Luton have defeated Championship rivals Norwich City and Reading to set up the match with United and the Hatters will be going into the game full of confidence after picking up an impressive victory over Derby County on Saturday.
Should the game be level after 90 minutes then it will go straight to penalties.Read More Related Articles Read More Related Articles What TV channel is Luton Town vs Manchester United on?
Luton Town vs Manchester United will be televised on on Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event from 8pm on Monday, September 22. The match will also be streamed on SkyGo and NowTV.
Kick-off from Kenilworth Road is at 8:15pm.
You'll be able to follow all the build-up, action and reaction right here on our live blog.Predictions for Luton Town vs Manchester United
Solskjaer has confirmed that he will make changes to his team for tonight's trip to Luton.
MEN Sport understands goalkeeper Dean Henderson will be one of those changes as he is set to make his debut for the club, while others like Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Nemanja Matic and Fred - who did not feature against Palace - could be called upon in Solskjaer's starting line-up.
“We’ll make some changes,” Solskjaer confirmed while speaking to United's official website.
“Of course we will. For some, it’s the pre-season and, for some, they’ve only been here for a week now for different reasons. Some of them need game-time, they do and we can see we’re lacking in sharpness. We just need to make the most of the training sessions and games we have.
”No injuries, no fresh injuries after that game [on Saturday] but, as I said, we’ll rotate and give some minutes. Some, after the game, will do some harder training this week to get ready for Brighton. Some will join the squad and go down there.”
United will be without Axel Tuanzebe, Phil Jones and Sergio Romero for the match.