Manchester City vs Watford Live Stream: How To Watch The FA Cup Final 2019 Tv Channel

Manchester City vs Watford Live Stream: How To Watch The FA Cup Final 2019 Tv Channel. Manchester City have the chance to turn into the main English club to win the household treble on Saturday, when they face Watford in the FA Cup last.

Manchester City vs Watford Live Stream

Liveliness Guardiola’s men originally guaranteed the Carabao Cup by crushing Chelsea on punishments, at that point delivered a bewildering series of wins of 14 matches to win the Premier League crown in front of Liverpool.

But Watford, despite being up against what many are describing as one the best ever teams of the Premier League era, have enjoyed a successful campaign under Gracia and booked their place at Wembley with a dramatic comeback win against Wolves in the semi-finals.

Despite trailing 2-0 to Nuno Espirito Santo’s side at the home of English football, two late goals from Gerard Deulofeu and Troy Deeney sent the tie to extra-time.

How to watch on TV

The game will be shown live on both BBC One and BT Sports 2.

Live coverage will get underway at 15:55pm on the BBC – while coverage on BT Sport will start five minutes later.

Kick off is at 5pm at Wembley, and fans who can’t watch the action unfold live can watch highlights of the game on Match of the Day, which starts at midnight on BBC One later that night.

How can I stream the match?

BT Sport customers will be able to stream the match via btsport.com or on the BT sport app if watching on a tablet or mobile device – while fans can also live stream the game on the BBC’s iPlayer or on the BBC Sport website.

Team News

Watford were handed a boost on Monday afternoon as Jose Holebas saw his appeal against the red card received on the final day of the season against West Ham upheld by the FA.

Etienne Capoue is also expected to start for the Hornets after the midfielder returned to his side’s starting line-up for the game against the Hammers after recovering from a groin injury.

But Domingos Quina (shoulder) and Sebastian Prodl (knee) are both expected to miss out.

While Manchester City are expected to be sweating on the fitness of Fernandinho. The midfielder has been sidelined since suffering a knee injury in the Manchester derby on April 24.

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