Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have only one trophy left they could win this season and it’s FA Cup. Both teams are set to face each other in the semifinal of FA Cup this Saturday. Spurs have played all of their games at this ground as the White Hart Lane is being rebuilt so it could be a big advantage for Tottenham over Man United. But the Red Devils are looking confident after a recent clean sheet victory against Bournemouth. What is Indian time and which TV channel will provide the live telecast of the game? For the complete information, kindly continue your reading.
Man United Vs Tottenham Indian Time [IST] | FA Cup
According to Indian Standard Time [IST], Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur will start at 9:45 pm on 21 April 2018 [Saturday]. It will be played at England’s biggest Football stadium i.e. Wembley stadium. Check out full schedule and broadcasting channels of the game.
|Competition||FA Cup 2017-18|
|Date||21 April 2018 [India]|
|Time||9:45 pm [Indian Standard Time]|
|Seating capacity||90,000 spectators|
|First team||Manchester United|
|Second team||Tottenham Hotspur|
Manchester United Vs Tottenham Telecast in India
Live Broadcast on Sony Ten 1
Fans from India can watch the live telecast coverage of Man United vs Spurs on Sony Ten 1. So switch to this television channel to watch the live action.
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Jose Mourinho has tasted the success of FA Cup victory once when he was managing Chelsea. He recalled four players from Old Trafford departures’ lounge to the matchday squad, only a truly ‘phenomenal’ performance would have made him think twice about playing them against Spurs.
Manchester United a place in the semifinal of FA Cup with a 2-0 win over Brighton in the quarterfinal. Meanwhile, Spurs thrashed Swansea City in the quarterfinal round with 3 goals without conceding.
The only running Marouane Fellaini had done prior to his Bournemouth run-out was down his contract, which expires in just over two months. United are resigned to the Belgian leaving and a source described Fellaini as ‘gone’ earlier this week.