Davide Petrucci in action Manchester United reserves

United U21s travel to Southampton

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Manchester United travel to down to the coast for this evenings match against Southampton in the Barclay’s Under-21 Premier League.

Warren Joyce is hoping that his side can get back to winning ways as they have not won since the end of October.

Last week a frantic three-minutes at Moss Lane saw 3 goals between Manchester United and Sunderland in a game which finished 2-2.

Tottenham Hotspurs are currently top of the Barclay’s Under-21 Premier League Group 2 by four-points having played 10 matches. Not only that but they have score 17 more goals this term than United.

Southampton are currently in 4th position, the club have kindly offered all home and away fans free entrance this evening to the match so do get yourself down to St Mary’s if you can.

Tonight’s match is a 7pm kick off, coverage is available from 6:30pm GMT on MUTV.

Our twitter account @RedMancunian will tweet an online streaming link for you later this evening for those who do not have MUTV.

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