Say what you like about the magic of the FA Cup (or the lack thereof these days), but when teams get to the last eight, they have their eyes entirely on the prize – especially two teams with such a heritage in the competition. Having FA Cup football on a Saturday night seems like a great way to build up interest in this quarter-final match and the great news is that it’s on free-to-air TV in the UK. We’ll tell you how to get a Wolves vs Manchester United live stream wherever you are.
To be quite honest, it’s not an easy one to call, either. Manchester United have to be at least marginal favourites, after the heroics that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has pulled off since taking over as manager at the club around Christmas. He’s got the club challenging for a top 4 finish in the Premier League, through to the round of eight in the Champions League and getting the best out of superstars like Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford. What a transformation from the dross performances they we producing in 2018.
But the home side, Wolverhampton Wanderers, haven’t had such a bad season themselves. Back in the top flight and currently sitting at an impressive 7th in the table, Nuno Espirito Santo’s big spending side are one of the success story of the season. The likes of Raul Jimenez, Diogo Jota and Ruben Neves have set the tone on which Wolves will want to build over the next few years. And a bit of silverware in 2019 would be a fantastic place to start.
With 16 FA Cup wins between them and both teams playing such brilliant football at the moment, this is a quarter-final not to be missed. Below we’re going to talk you through the best ways to watch the FA Cup action in the UK and the rest of the world so you can ensure you can easily live stream Wolves vs Manchester United.
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How to live stream the FA Cup in the UK for free:
Live stream Wolves vs Manchester United from outside your country
In the US? Then keep scrolling, as we have your viewing options below.
But if you’re abroad for the game and find that you can’t watch your home coverage online because it is geo-blocked, we have a handy alternative to allow you to watch as if you were back on your sofa.
How to watch the FA Cup: live stream in the US for FREE
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