Watch Manchester United vs Chelsea FA Cup semi-final live and free

Posted: 19 July 2020 9:49 am

Premier League rivals Manchester United and Chelsea meet in an FA Cup semi-final showdown. This is how you can watch Chelsea vs Man U live.

SUMMARY: With its host of unique, sports-focused viewing features, ease of access and great price point, Kayo Sports is the best place to watch the FA Cup in Australia. You can watch for free using this 14-day trial. This gets you access to all its unique features and 50 additional live sports.

Manchester United and Chelsea are striving to get back on the English football pedestals currently occupied by Liverpool and Manchester City. Victory in this year's FA Cup could be the launching pad they need.

Under inexperienced managers Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Frank Lampard, United and Chelsea respectively are showing improved signs in 2019/20. With both battling out for a crucial top-four place on the EPL table, victory here could give them a boost as the season draws to a close.

When is Manchester United vs Chelsea FA Cup semi-final?

The clash between these giants of English football kicks off at 2am AEST on Monday 20 July at the home of the English game, Wembley Stadium in London.

How to watch the FA Cup in Australia

The broadcast rights for the 2019/20 FA Cup are held in Australia by ESPN. That means you have a number of options for tuning into the semi-finals, namely Kayo Sports, Foxtel iQ and Foxtel Now. Fetch TV also has access to some games, including both matches of the final four.

We have a guide to the 2019/20 FA Cup for you to check out all the details.


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Stream Manchester United vs Chelsea FA Cup semi-final on Kayo Sports

Streaming platform Kayo Sports is currently offering a 14-day free trial. That means you can catch the FA Cup semi-finals and loads more sport for free before deciding if it is right for you. There is also a huge range of special features available on the service you won't find anywhere else.

SplitView, where you can watch four sports at once, Kayo Minis, Interactive Stats and a Key Moments Timeline are among the features. Once you decide to sign up, a Basic subscription costs $25/month and gives you access to 2 screens. For $10 more per month you can get a third screen. There are no lock-in contracts and you can cancel at any time.

Kayo Sports is compatible with Android, iOS, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 models or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac and PC as well as Chromecast and AirPlay.

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Who will win Manchester United vs Chelsea FA Cup semi-final?

These teams will be fired up and keen to make a statement. They have been involved in a fierce battle for the top four and Champions League qualification that could go down to the last weekend of the EPL season.

Chelsea prevailed when they met in the 2018 FA Cup final, while United took the honours in the Champions League decider between the teams a decade earlier. It's a very tight match to pick and extra-time wouldn't surprise, but we're leaning towards the Blues progressing.

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