BOTH Man Utd and West Ham are looking to remain undefeated this season as they face off at the London Stadium this afternoon.
The Hammers will be hoping to fend of Cristiano Ronaldo as he makes his return to the capital in the Premier League.
- Start time: 2pm BST
- TV/Live stream: Sky Sports Premier League
- West Ham XI: To follow
- Man Utd XI: To follow
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When is West Ham vs Man Utd?
- This Premier League clash is set for Sunday, September 19.
- Kick-off is at 2pm BST.
- To follow all of the action from the London Stadium, come back to this page from 12.30pm to view our live blog.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
You can catch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League and Ultra HD.
Coverage starts at 1pm.
If you're not a Sky subscriber, you can watch by purchasing a NOW TV pass from £9.99.
- Sam Dymond
PAUL-ING THE STRINGS
Cristiano Ronaldo is the man making goalscoring headlines at Old Trafford since re-joining the club, but it's Paul Pogba who has been a creative force in the Red Devils' midfield.
Pogba's total of seven assists in the Premier League this season is a new record after four matches, and is already more than the six of his previous two campaigns combined.
- Sam Dymond
Welcome to SunSport’s live coverage of Sunday’s intriguing Premier League clash between West Ham and Manchester United.
The Hammers have picked up where they left off last season, and find themselves unbeaten after four games of the new campaign for the first time in 22 years.
However, David Moyes will be without top scorer Michail Antonio for today’s visit of his former club after the forward picked up a late red card in last weekend’s goalless draw at Southampton.
And the West Ham boss may have to rotate his squad further following an impressive yet gruelling Europa League win in Croatia on Thursday.
Winston Reid aside, the Londoners have a clean bill of health, and will believe they can produce a performance and result that would lift them above their opponents.
The return of Ronaldo remains the hot topic at Old Trafford despite United slipping up against Young Boys in the Champions League on Tuesday.
The 36-year-old sensation opened the scoring again to make it three goals in two appearances since his homecoming, only for Jesse Lingard to hit the self-destruct button in stoppage time.
The Red Devils may have succumbed to defeat in Switzerland, but their domestic record on the road is astonishing.
United are currently on a Premier League run of 28 away matches unbeaten, a sequence in which they have kept 13 clean sheets.
Will they stretch it to 29 in East London? Or can the hosts land a hammer blow?
The action gets underway at the London Stadium at 2pm, and we’ll bring you team news shortly as part of the build-up ahead of kick-off.
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