For our visitors, they will be without first-team loanee goalkeeper Dean Henderson who is injured – but regardless of fitness, he would not be permitted to play against us, his parent club. Newcomer Chris Wood is also unavailable for Steve Cooper’s side due to being cup-tied with former club Newcastle. Taiwo Awoniyi, Morgan Gibbs-White, Cheikhou Kouyate, Moussa Niakhate and Omar Richards are dealing with known injury issues, while Giulian Biancone is out for the season. WHAT HAPPENED IN THE FIRST LEG? Ten Hag’s side are in good stead, with a three-goal advantage heading into the second leg of our semi-final encounter with Forest.
How to watch and follow United v ForestSkip to Main NavigationSkip to contentTuesday 31 January 2023 07:00Manchester United are back in action this week when we take on Nottingham Forest in the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final on Wednesday (1 February). Erik ten Hag’s side hold the advantage, heading into the tie with a three-goal lead after beating Wednesday’s visitors 3-0 away from home last week. The Reds are one step away from a place in the final, where we would meet either Newcastle or Southampton.
So, here is everything you need to know ahead of our crunch tie at Old Trafford…Highlights: Forest v United VideoHighlights: Forest v UnitedThe bitesize highlights from our Carabao Cup trip to Forest are certainly worth a few minutes of your time... HOW CAN YOU FOLLOW THE GAME? The second leg of our Carabao Cup semi-final will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK, with kick-off in Manchester scheduled for 20:00 GMT.
MUTV will have our regular pre-match show before kick-off (from 18:55), and will provide radio commentary throughout the 90-minute clash. That, along with updates and our exclusive Match Centre, will be available in the United App. WHEN CAN YOU WATCH THE HIGHLIGHTS? Two-minute highlights of the second leg will be available to watch at 01:00 GMT the morning after, with the extended versions to follow across our platforms.