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Manchester United vs. Nottingham Forest LIVE STREAM (2/28/24): Watch FA Cup online | Time, USA TV, channel. Manchester United faces Nottingham Forest in the FA CUP on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024 (2/28/24) at City Ground in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, England.


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The Nottm Forest vs Man Utd live stream today has the ring of an FA Cup classic. There's a spot in the quarter-finals up for grabs — and you can watch it from anywhere.


Nottingham Forest would be forgiven for having half an eye on an upcoming case surrounding a possible points deduction over alleged FFP violations but boss Nuno Espirito Santo has his sights firmly set on FA Cup and Premier League progression. Anthony Elanga is in line to face his former club, though talismanic forward Taiwo Awoniyi may get a rest having only recently recovered from injury.


After four league wins in a row, Man United returned to the ridiculous following the sublime with a 2-1 home defeat to Fulham for a first time in 21 years. Harry Maguire's late equalizer seemed to have snaffled a point but in desperately seeking an undeserved winner, the Red Devils over-committed and succumbed to an Alex Iwobi sucker-punch in injury time. With in-form forward Rasmus Hojlund out, Erik ten Hag must find a way to get the best from Marcus Rashford if last season's runners-up are to reach the quarter-finals.


Nottm Forest vs Man Utd live stream, Date, Time, Channels


Here’s what you need to know:


What: FA CUP


Who: Manchester United vs. Nottingham Forest


When: Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024


Time: 2:45 p.m.


Where: City Ground


TV: ESPN+


The week started at Manchester United with Jim Ratcliffe completing his purchase of a minority stake and setting out a three-year plan to return the club to the top of English soccer, knocking local rivals Manchester City and Liverpool “off their perch” in the process.


It ended with the team getting mostly outplayed in its own stadium by Fulham — an opponent in the bottom half of the Premier League — and beaten 2-1 to lose ground in the race for Champions League qualification.


Not only did sixth-place United’s four-game winning run in the league come to an end on Saturday, fourth-place Aston Villa beat Nottingham Forest 4-2. That left an eight-point gap between Villa and United after 26 of 38 games.


It remains to be seen if the Premier League will have four or five places in next season’s Champions League. Fifth-place Tottenham is three points ahead of United and has a game in hand.


Failing to qualify for the lucrative competition will be a huge blow to United’s status, not to mention its finances. It could also spell the end for United manager Erik ten Hag as Ratcliffe looks to raise the standards at the fallen giant.


Dave Brailsford, the sporting director of Ratcliffe-owned INEOS and now on United’s board, was in the directors’ box at Old Trafford to see the team concede the deciding goal on a counterattack in the seventh minute of stoppage time. Alex Iwobi tucked home the finish, sealing Fulham’s first win at Old Trafford since 2003, with United’s players having poured forward seeking a winner after Harry Maguire’s equalizer in the 89th.


With first-place Liverpool not playing in the Premier League this round because of its involvement in the English League Cup final on Sunday, title rivals Manchester City and Arsenal had a chance to trim the gap to the leaders.


Second-place City moved one point behind Liverpool by beating Bournemouth 1-0 away, with Phil Foden grabbing the 24th-minute winner from a rebound after Erling Haaland had a shot parried out.


An own-goal by Sven Botman was followed by strikes by Kai Havertz and Bukayo Saka, before Jakub Kiwior glanced in a header for the fourth. Joe Willock, a former Arsenal player, scored an 85th-minute consolation for Newcastle.


Relegation-threatened Everton conceded an equalizer in the fifth minute of stoppage time to draw 1-1 at Brighton. A victory would have pushed Everton three points clear of the bottom three and ended an eight-match winless run in the league.


While Erik ten Hag’s side had ostensibly been in good form of late, their results perhaps papered over the cracks of some more chaotic performances under his watch. That came to a head on Saturday in their dramatic Premier League defeat to Fulham, serving as a major blow to any Champions League hopes they still harbour.


Lose at the City Ground later and the season looks even more difficult from here on in. Without even the prospect of a domestic cup win, the pressure would surely only increase on Ten Hag.


The two teams are bidding to bounce back from disappointing results last weekend, after Nuno Espírito Santo's side suffered a 4-2 defeat to Aston Villa, while Erik ten Hag's team lost 2-1 to Fulham after Alex Iwobi struck at the death at Old Trafford.


It will be Forest's fifth game in this season's FA Cup after requiring replays to get past League One Blackpool and Championship Bristol City to reach this stage of the competition.


The Red Devils' journey to the last 16 has been a bit more straightforward after dispatching League One Wigan Athletic and League Two Newport County - following a brief scare - in the previous rounds.


The visitors, without star striker Rasmus Højlund due to injury, will be eager to avoid a repeat of last December's corresponding Premier League clash, as Nicolás Domínguez and Marcus Rashford traded goals before Morgan Gibbs-White's late effort earned all three points for Forest.


Erik ten Hag’s men were on a seven-game unbeaten run ahead of last weekend’s clash with the Cottagers but Rasmus Hojlund’s injury – picked up just before the game - dealt a killer blow to United who put in one of their worst performances of the season.


Nottingham Forest’s previous outing saw them also lose following a first half storm from Aston Villa who claimed the contest 4-2. Nuno Espirito Santo will have brushed off the defeat in preparation for this evening’s match.


Nuno Espirito Santo is boosted by the return of World Cup-winning defender Gonzalo Montiel though Nuno Tavares, who missed Forest’s 4-2 defeat at Aston Villa on Saturday, faces a test to be fit and centre-back Moussa Niakhate may have to sub in at left-back again.


Ibrahim Sangare, Willy Boly, Chris Wood and Olaoluwa Aina are all set for a prolonged spells on the sidelines.


Manchester United’s Rasmus Hojlund will miss the game due to an injury collected before Fulham’s win at Old Trafford last time out. He is set to be out for two or three weeks and joins longer-term absentees Lisandro Martinez, Luke Shaw, Mason Mount and Tyrell Malacia.


Nottingham Forest will believe that they can progress to the next round of the FA Cup especially after defeating Man Utd at the City Ground in December and with Erik ten Hag’s nursing plentiful injuries there is an opportunity to cause an upset.


For their part United, will be keen to get their season back on track. With a top four finish in the league looking increasingly unlikely, the Red Devils will be relying on the FA Cup to bring them success and they will need to perform tonight.

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