[WATCH/STREAMS!] Manchester United vs Newcastle United Live Free Online Broadcast 1 November 2023
Manchester United tonight host Newcastle in a repeat of last year’s Carabao Cup final. Man Utd vs Newcastle live stream: How to watch Carabao Cup game online
This is a repeat of the Carabao Cup 2023 final
The Man Utd vs Newcastle live stream is an all-Premier League match-up with the extra spice of being a repeat of last season’s Carabao Cup final — and you can watch it live from anywhere with a VPN.
Man Utd vs Newcastle live stream, Date, Time, Channels
The Man Utd vs Newcastle live stream takes place on Wednesday, November 1.
Time: 4:15 p.m. ET / 1:15 p.m. PT / 8:15 p.m. GMT / 7:15 a.m. AEDT (Nov. 2)
U.S. — Watch on ESPN Plus
U.K. — Watch on Sky Sports
The League Cup 2023 final saw Man Utd emerge victorious over Newcastle thanks to goals from Casemiro and Marcus Rashford at the iconic Wembley Stadium back in February. It was the sixth time the Red Devils have lifted the historic trophy and marked the first silverware of the Erik ten Hag era. Now Man Utd face the same opposition as they look to progress to the quarter-finals of this year’s tournament.
Even better for the home side, Newcastle are currently enduring a full-blown injury crisis. The Magpies are missing seven first-team players including key men such as Alexander Isak, Sven Botman and Harvey Barnes. Man Utd have struggled with absentees in recent weeks as well, but the situation is improving with Casemiro and Raphael Varane likely to return to face Newcastle.
In the last round, Man Utd swept aside Crystal Palace with a comfortable 3-0 win, whereas Newcastle caused a Carabao Cup upset by eliminating Man City at St James’ Park. However, with such a thinly stretched squad, the odds of the Magpies repeating that feat look pretty slender, and Man Utd will feel confident they can inflict cup defeat on Newcastle for a second year running.
This is the biggest matchup of the Carabao Cup round of 16, so you won’t want to miss the Man Utd vs Newcastle live stream, and we’ve got all the details you need to watch online and from anywhere down below.
How to watch the Carabao Cup match between Man Utd and Newcastle, as well as kick-off time and team news.
The title deciding clash of this term's Carabao Cup will have at least one different team as last year's finalists, Manchester United and Newcastle United, face off in a fourth round tie on Wednesday.
Having surpassed Crystal Palace 3-0 in the third round, United will be looking to recover from their recent 3-0 league defeat at the hands of Manchester City.
On the other hand, Eddie Howe's men head to Old Trafford after being held to a 2-2 draw at Wolves in the Premier League, apart from a 1-0 Champions League defeat to Dortmund.
However, the Magpies have had better results such as the 4-1 win against PSG in Europe and pipping Manchester City 1-0 in the previous round at the League Cup.
Jadon Sancho continues to be distanced from all the first team activities, while all of Luke Shaw, Amad Diallo, Tyrell Malacia and Lisandro Martinez remain sidelined through injuries.
Left out for the Manchester derby, Casemiro and Aaron Wan-Bissaka may be considered by Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag for Newcastle's visit.
Rotations could see the likes of Raphael Varane, Sergio Reguilon, Mason Mount, Alejandro Garnacho and Kobbie Mainoo play a part on Wednesday, although Andre Onana may start ahead of Altay Bayindir in goal.
Sandro Tonali's 10-month ban from football for betting offences has been confirmed, leaving the midfielder out of action until August.
On the other hand, injuries have claimed of Harvey Barnes, Elliot Anderson, Jacob Murphy, Lewis Miley, Alexander Isak and Sven Botman.
Just as in the third round game against the Cityzens, Howe can once again bring in the likes of Tino Livramento, Matt Targett and Joe Willock against United.
This time, the two will do battle to win a place in the quarter-finals of the competition in what is surely the headline fixture of the fourth round.
Erik ten Hag saw his side well beaten by rivals Manchester City on Sunday as his difficult start to the season continues. Newcastle, meanwhile, appear to have lost some of their energy in recent weeks as injury problems start to mount.
Ten Hag has confirmed Casemiro is in a race against time to feature despite returning to training. Aaron Wan-Bissaka is working his way back up to fitness but this game might come too soon.
Sergio Reguilon, Raphael Varane and Mason Mount are all options to start, as well as promising young midfielder Kobbie Mainoo.
For Newcastle, changes are expected.
Tino Livramento impressed in the last round against Manchester City and could come in for Kieran Trippier. Lewis Hall may also start at left-back in place of Dan Burn, while Joe Willock may be handed his first start of the season after recently returning from injury.
Eddie Howe has confirmed that he is not expecting any injured stars to return, meaning Alexander Isak, who Newcastle hope will be back after the international break, remains unavailable, along with Sven Botman, Elliot Anderson, Harvey Barnes, Jacob Murphy and the banned Sandro Tonali.