November 29, 2022

On Wednesday 7 December, as part of our winter training camp, Manchester United will play a friendly against Cadiz at Estadio Nuevo Mirandilla.
The match will be live on MUTV, and there are also tickets still available for supporters who are eager to watch Erik ten Hag’s side in action for the first time since our Premier League win over Fulham on 13 November.
With the fixture two weeks away, here’s everything you need to know about our coverage, the opposition, and more…
HOW CAN YOU FOLLOW THE GAME?
Cadiz v United will be broadcast live on MUTV*, with subscribers able to watch every single minute of the action.
Kick-off is at 19:00 GMT, and our coverage will begin at 17:55 GMT, bringing you exclusive pre-match build-up.
You can also watch reaction, post-match interviews and plenty more exclusive content live on MUTV – now available in the United App.
Stay tuned across our official platforms throughout for team news, live match updates and images.
*Live MUTV coverage will not be available in Spain due to broadcasting restrictions.
WHEN CAN YOU SEE HIGHLIGHTS?
Two-minute highlights of the game will be available on our club channels, with more in-depth versions to follow.
UNITED’S RECORD IN SPAIN
To date, the Reds have played 30 times in Spain, winning six times, drawing 12 and losing 12.
This may not make for good reading for Ten Hag, but he will undoubtedly take some confidence from his side’s last performance in the country, with United emerging 1-0 winners against Real Sociedad at the beginning of November.
Add to that, the fact that the Reds have won three times and drawn once in our last four trips to Spain, and United can hope to have no travel sickness.
United have never faced Cadiz in any competition, and it will be intriguing to see how the current La Liga strugglers fare against Ten Hag’s side in this friendly. 
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FORM GUIDE
Ten Hag’s side and our hosts are currently operating at opposite ends of our respective league tables, with Cadiz’s 19th-placed spot in La Liga a far cry from United, who sit fifth in the Premier League.
The Reds also come into the winter break in good form, having won 2-1 against Fulham last time out and only losing once since the beginning of October. There is certainly optimism around Ten Hag’s United at the moment.
Cadiz, on the other hand, lost both of their last two matches before the enforced pause, being defeated 2-1 by Real Madrid and 3-2 by Real Union.
The Spanish side are no strangers to a shock, however, and beat Atletico Madrid 3-2 at the end of October. While they currently sit second-bottom in La Liga, only three points separate the 15th and 19th-placed sides in the Spanish top tier.
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TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE
You can still grab your seats in order to watch the Reds take on Cadiz!
Prices begin at 15 euros, and you can get yours here.
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