How to watch Villarreal vs Man United For Free: Live Stream, Preview & More

Craig Humpage 2 weeks ago

Don't miss tonight's UEFA Europa League Final live from Gdansk as Unai Emery and Ole Gunnar Solskjear go head-to-head for European silverware

Manchester United make the trip to Gdansk tonight face off against Villarreal in the final game of the UEFA Europa League. Both teams are in mixed form domestically but have fantastic records in this competition. Since dropping down from the UEFA Champions League, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have been unstoppable, cruising past the likes of AC Milan, Real Sociedad and Roma en route to this showpiece event. United Fans will be full of confidence with the likes of Edinson Cavani, Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba in their front line. Villarreal will also believe they have a very good chance of winning their first trophy in their 98 year existence. Coach Unai Emery led Sevilla to the trophy on three occasions and also took Arsenal to the final two years ago where they lost to Chelsea.

How to watch Man United vs Villarreal free with VPN

With one simple trick, you will be able to watch coverage of tonight's UEFA Europa League Final completely free via live stream. You don't need to be a BT Sport subscriber or pay out for any an expensive channel, you can follow these easy steps and enjoy tonight's match completely free of charge. Here's what you have to do:

  1. Join Express VPN. With a VPN you can access content from around the world, content which is usually restricted to only the people in a particular country. For instance, tonight's Europa League clash is available for live streaming in Poland. You can live stream it for free from a Polish public broadcaster's website, but you need to be there. With Express VPN, you can be.
  2. Once you have created an account, a plan and signed in, you need to select a location. Choose "Poland" from the drop down menu. Hit the power button to connect. You can do this on your desktop computer or laptop on their website, or you can download their app for your tablet or phone.
  3. Click on this link to be directed to the Polish broadcaster's website. As long as your device is now running Express VPN in Poland, you will appear to be there and the video will be available to you.
  4. Click on the video and start the live stream.
  5. You may have to watch some ads. These can last around 4-5 minutes. After that the live coverage will resume.
  6. Watch the UEFA Europa League Final completely free.

Preview: Villarreal vs Man United

It must have tasted sweet for Unai Emery to book The Yellow Submarine a place in the final by beating his former team Arsenal 2-1 on aggregate in the semi finals. The North London club unceremoniously dumped him despite him doing what we can now see in hindsight was a good job. He was roundly mocked by Arsenal fans and the media for his thick Spanish accent in interviews. Those same people were not laughing at the Emirates when a 0-0 stalemate in the second leg was enough for Villarreal to progress, thanks to first leg goals from Manu Trigueros and Raul Albiol. Before that they eliminated Dinamo Zagreb, who had just knocked out Jose Mourinho's Spurs. They also beat Dynamo Kyiv and RB Salzburg on their journey to the final. It's been another fantastic season for perennial Europa League winner Emery in Europe and few would bet against him pulling off another big win in a final tonight.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, on the other hand, is searching for his first major trophy as Manchester United boss and the club's first major silverware since they beat Ajax 2-0 to win this competition back in 2017 under Mourinho. Aside from a couple of Norwegian league titles and a cup with Molde, Solskjaer has yet to pick up any silverware and this could be a great chance to change that. On their way to the final they beat some huge names and did it in style. They beat Roma 8-5 on aggregate in their semi final, despite losing 3-2 in the second leg, navigated a possible banana skin against AC Milan and comfortably brushed aside Real Sociedad and Granada. It's been a fairly dominant European campaign for them so far post-Champions League. With the quality they have in the squad, they have to go into this game firm favourites, but they would be naïve to underestimate their opponents and in particular the tactical nous of their coach. If United can get the win it would represent a good season for them.

So, United have the biggest injury trauma with Harry Maguire, a key player for them, likely to be missing. Villarreal could be without a couple of players but nobody of equal importance to the way they play. On paper, The Red Devils should have far too much for their Spanish counterparts. In the dugout, Villarreal for sure have the more accomplished coach in Emery, a man who is an expert at winning this particular competition and more than capable of setting up a team to win against better opposition. It's tough to make a prediction for such a big game but I'm going to stick my neck out and go for a very narrow Villarreal win.

Prediction: Manchester United 1-2 Villarreal

How to watch Villarreal vs Man United live on BT Sport

Here's where you can watch the 2020/21 Europa League Final live on TV:

Manchester United vs Villarreal
Wednesday May 26 2021
Kick Off Time: 20.00
Venue: Stadion Miejski, Gdansk
TV Channel: BT Sport 1 / BT Sport Ultimate

BT Sport has exclusive rights to coverage of all top European competitions until 2024 including all UEFA Europa League matches, UEFA Champions League and even the upcoming UEFA Conference League.

You can watch tonight's game on BT Sport 1, with kick off time at 20.00

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