Manchester United face off with Manchester City in the Premier League this afternoon as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks for more success in the Manchester Derby after two wins out of three matches so far this season.
Ahead of the match the Red Devils boss thinks Pep Guardiola’s side will be confident though following their Champions League victory at Real Madrid.
“They’ll feel confident, they’ve hit form, they’re playing well,” he said.
“They’ve just been at the Bernabeu, winning there [against Real Madrid] as well, and they won the Carabao Cup final [against Aston Villa].
“So I’m sure they’ll come confident, they’ll play their own game and we’ll play our game and hopefully it will be a good one.
“Let’s hope [Sunday] is a 4-3 like we’ve seen before,” he added. “There have been many classics and we’ll do what we can to make it a classic.”
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When, where and what time is kick-off for Man Utd vs Man City?
The Premier League clash takes place at Old Trafford on Sunday, March 8.
What TV Channel is Man Utd vs Man City on?
The Manchester derby will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event in the UK, with additional coverage on Sky Sports Premier League.
If you live outside of the UK, find out where you can watch the match in your country here.
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Can I live stream Man Utd vs Man City?
Live streaming is available via the Sky Go app for existing Sky Sports customers.
Those without a subscription can purchase a Sky Sports pass with NOW TV to watch the Manchester derby.
Passes start at £9.98, with daily, weekly and monthly options available.
You can watch on a number of devices including TV, tablet, phone, PlayStation, Xbox and more.
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