Manchester United vs West Ham: Live stream, start time, how to watch Cristiano Ronaldo, English Premier League 2022

Manchester United can jump into the top four of the English Premier League table with a win over West Ham on Saturday as the Hammers are set to invade Old Trafford. West Ham currently sit in fourth place with 37 points, while Man U are two points behind them and in seventh place. Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to provide Man U with the attack they desperately need, while the Hammers’ duo of Michail Antonio and Jarrod Bowen are likely to cause problems for Ralf Rangnick’s defence.

Manchester United vs West Ham: How to watch the English Premier League

What time does the match start? Where can I watch it on TV? – Saturday’s game will begin at 10:00 a.m. EST for viewers in the United States and will air exclusively on Peacock, NBC’s streaming service and will not air on any standard television channel. However, if you have a cable through Comcast Xfinity Where coxswainyou may already have Peacock on your TV.

Direct: Peacock Bounty – The match is exclusive to Peacock Premium and will not be streamed on any other streaming platform. Also, the match will not be available on the free Peacock tier. However, Peacock Premium does not offer a seven-day free trial. Replays of the match can be viewed after 9 p.m. on match day and will be available for viewing for at least the next 30 days.

What is Peacock and how much does it cost?peacock is NBC’s streaming platform that debuted this year. The platform has a basic free version which includes ads, but does not include EPL matches. Viewers must register for at least Peacock Bounty ($4.99 per month) to watch the game with ads. There is also a ad-free version of Peacock Premium which costs $9.99 per month (and also has a seven-day free trial).

More coverage via The Associated Press

A preview of what’s happening in European football on Saturday:


Manchester City travel to Southampton in search of a 13th straight win to extend a 14-point Premier League lead. Liverpool and Chelsea – the second and third place teams, respectively – do not play until Sunday so City can cement their status as heavy favorites for a sixth title in 11 seasons. Southampton have posed problems for City in recent years, however, and have already drawn at the Etihad Stadium this season. Manchester United could move up to fourth place, if only for a day, by winning at home to West Ham, who currently hold that position. Duncan Ferguson takes charge of the first game of his second stint as caretaker Everton manager in a home game against Aston Villa, while Newcastle travel to Leeds and Brentford host Wolverhampton.


Sevilla can get closer to Spanish league leaders Real Madrid with a home win against Celta Vigo. Sevilla are four points behind Madrid, who host Elche on Sunday. Sevilla are unbeaten in seven consecutive league games, with five wins and two draws against Barcelona and Valencia. Celta have won three of their last four league games. Defending champions Atlético Madrid hope to end their bad run by hosting Valencia. Diego Simeone’s side have just eliminated Athletic Bilbao in the Spanish Super Cup semi-finals and Real Sociedad in the Copa del Rey round of 16. Atlético have lost four of their last six league games and are 16 points behind Madrid with one game less. Also on Saturday, last-placed Levante host Cadiz and Mallorca visit Villarreal.


Serie A leaders Inter Milan’s game against Venice could be postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak in Venice. The promoted squad has eight COVID-19 positive players. Inter could use the remainder after needing extra time to beat Empoli in the Italian Cup on Wednesday. In addition, Lazio host Atalanta and Udinese travel to Genoa, where new coach Alexander Blessin makes his debut after Andriy Shevchenko was sacked.


Borussia Dortmund travel to Hoffenheim in the Bundesliga in search of a win to close the six-point gap with leaders Bayern Munich. Dortmund coach Marco Rose has challenged his side to be more consistent after losing the German Cup to second-division side St. Pauli on Tuesday. Hoffenheim are fourth and aiming for a Champions League spot. Third-placed Bayer Leverkusen ended a four-game league winless streak by beating Borussia Mönchengladbach last week and now host struggling Augsburg. Gladbach coach Adi Hütter is under pressure with his 12th-place side ahead of the visit to Union Berlin. Freiburg welcomes Stuttgart, the last Greuther Fürth faces Mainz and Bochum faces Cologne.


Third-placed Marseille head north to take on Lens with new striker Cédric Bakambu available to try to correct the team’s attacking shortcomings. Bakambu scored 48 goals in 71 appearances for Chinese Super League club Beijing Guoan before joining the nine-time French champions. With Arkadiusz Milik struggling for form, Marseille lack firepower, having managed just 28 goals in 20 appearances so far. Lens are looking to secure a third straight league win in 2022. Lens coach Franck Haise will be without injured Deiver Machado, with Massadio Haïdara and Ignatius Ganago also missing the contest due to their African Cup commitments of Nations. Marseille could overtake second-placed Nice with a win. Brest face defending champions Lille in the other game on Saturday.

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