How to watch and follow Man City v Man Utd on 2 October 2022


FORM GUIDE

Sunday’s hosts are yet to be beaten in 2022/23 and have won each of their last three matches, most recently away to Wolves in the Premier League, before the international hiatus.

United bounced back following defeat in our Europa League opener with victory last time out at Sheriff Tiraspol on matchday two in the competition. The Reds can make it five wins on the spin in the Premier League this weekend, following recent triumphs over Arsenal, Leicester City, Southampton and Liverpool.

HEAD TO HEAD 

Sunday’s match will be the 51st Manchester derby in the Premier League, with United triumphing 24 times to City’s 17 (nine draws). 

Our rivals unfortunately got the better of both contests last season however, winning 2-0 at Old Trafford before a 4-1 success on their home soil. 

The Reds’ last win in the fixture came in the prior campaign, a 2-0 result at the Etihad Stadium thanks to a Bruno Fernandes penalty and a Luke Shaw strike. That was one of five winning displays in our last eight trips to the Blues’ home ground (one draw).



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