Man Utd vs Leeds: Live stream, TV channel, kick off time and team news for TODAY’S pre-season friendly in Perth – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED face Leeds in Perth TODAY, in what is set to be a friendly in name only.

All eyes will be on how the summer signings fare in this rivals' clash – with Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James set to feature for the Red Devils.

What time does Man Utd vs Leeds kick off?

This pre-season friendly will take place TODAY – Wednesday, July 17.

It will kick off at 12pm UK time – that is 7pm in Australia.

The match will be held at 65,000-seater Optus Stadium, where they beat Perth Glory 2-0 on Saturday.

What TV channel is Man Utd vs Leeds on and can I live stream it?

The match will broadcast live on MUTV in the UK.

You will have to be subscribed to MUTV to watch the game live.

Click here to subscribe for £7.99/month or £29.99 annually.

What is the latest team news?

David De Gea is set to start against Leeds days after it was reported he has agreed to sign a new contract worth £350,000-a-week.

Eric Bailly, Victor Lindelof and Lukaku are all expected to get a chance to shine in the Yorkshire versus Lancashire clash.

Leeds, meanwhile, are preparing to make another assault on the Championship play-offs after heartbreak last season.

They were knocked out at the semi-final stage by Derby, who then went on to lose to Aston Villa in the final.

But fans of the Yorkshire side were given one huge piece of good news this summer – that manager Marcelo Bielsa has agreed a new deal to stay on as manager.

The Argentine has become a cult hero at Elland Road despite the now infamous Spygate scandal.

Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: "All of them were training yesterday [Tuesday].

"No one missed training, so 24 [outfield] players plus the keepers. Granty is still not fit and maybe we won’t risk Luke, we’re not sure, but Rom, Vic and Eric who missed the first game [with niggles], they are fit.

"Yeah, he’ll play tomorrow and hopefully we can agree [a new deal] with David, as I’ve said a few times. I think that’ll be up to David and the club to announce if that happens, if and when.

The Norwegian added: "If we see Leeds back up in the Premier League one day I’m sure you will see the size of the game.

"It’s a great occasion for both sets of supporters and the players as well, because there were some fantastic games [in the past]."

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