Manchester United will take on Real Madrid in their final group game of the International Champions Cup on Saturday.
The match will be streamed live on MUTV HD, as well WatchESPN, FoxSoccer2Go, Sportsnet World Online, Sportsnet World, and FOX Network.
The English Premier League side has five points from its opening two games, while Spanish giants and Champions League winners Real Madrid have just one point after failing to win either of their first two games in the group.
A record number of fans is expected at the Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, at 109, 000, but they will not see Cristiano Ronaldo on the pitch after Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti said the Portugal forward would not feature, as he continues to recover from injury.
“He has been working individually, separate from the team, but he will not play tomorrow and will train when back at Madrid because we will use him in the Super Cup,” Ancelotti said.
“The plan for Cristiano was right. We gave him one month of rest and started back on July 26, but he needs to recover completely and for this reason we don’t want to take a risk on Saturday.”
Manchester United will be without injured center-back Phil Jones, but manager Louis van Gaal is expected to stick with his 3-5-2 formation.
The glamorous fixture represents another opportunity for Van Gaal to take another look at his squad against a top team from Europe, as he contemplates about new summer transfer signings.
*The match is available via United Live globally except, on this occasion, in UK & Ireland, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Syria, Turkey, UAE, Yemen, Australia, Norway, Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Thailand
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