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Date: Saturday, June 15

Time: 10 p.m. (ET)/3 a.m. (BST) Sunday


Stream: WatchESPN

Manchester United vs. LA Galaxy Live Stream

Manchester United begin pre-season preparations as they travel to L.A. Galaxy on their tour of the United States on Saturday.

Romelu Lukaku and Victor Lindelof could make their debuts for the Red Devils after signing for the Old Trafford giants.

The teams take to the pitch at the StubHub Center in California at 3 a.m. (BST) on Sunday morning in the UK.


United coach Jose Mourinho gets the chance to test his new recruits as he takes his squad to America for pre-season action.

Lukaku and Lindelof will be under the spotlight as major acquisitions, with both players expected to secure starting places in the season ahead.

The former Everton striker arrives as Zlatan Ibrahimovic departs, and he will be tasked to score the goals that brings silverware to the Theatre of Dreams.

Lukaku hit 25 goals in the Premier League last term, according to, and he will hope to at least match those numbers in his first season under Mourinho in Manchester.

Manchester United, which beat the Galaxy 7-0 in its last visit to L.A. in 2014, is expected to start first-choice keeper David de Gea in goal and will likely give at least some time to regulars such as Juan Mata, Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini. However Romelu Lukaku, who signed a five-year contract with the team Monday, may not play.

For the Galaxy, the goal will be to avoid further injuries while nursing others back to health. Midfielder Jermaine Jones and defender Daniel Steres (hamstring), both out since May, have been training and could return Saturday. In addition, forward Gio dos Santos is back from a month with the Mexico team while newly acquired right back Pele van Anholt could make his Galaxy debut.

Less certain are midfielders Romain Alessandrini, the league’s leader scorer, and Joao Pedro, who also practiced this week after missing last Monday’s U.S. Open Cup loss in San Jose because of undisclosed injuries.