Manchester United vs. Tottenham TV Channel, Live Stream, Odds, Kick off Time: Where to Watch Premier League Today

The third weekend of the Premier League season concludes on Monday, as Manchester United host Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford, looking to end a torrid week on a high.

Following a calamitous defeat at Brighton on 19 August, United have been beset by rumors suggesting Jose Mourinho's relationship with the club's executive vice chairman Ed Woodward has reached breaking point.

Here's where to watch the game on Monday.

Kick-off time: 3 p.m.

TV Channels: NBCSN, Telemundo.

Live streaming: NBC sports website, fuboTV, Sling Blue and PlayStation Vue (free trial).

Odds: Bet365 has United at 31/20 +155.00 in moneyline terms), while the draw is at 23/10 and Spurs are 2/1.

Match preview:

A preseason of discontent has developed into exactly the kind of start of the season United fans feared. The pedestrian soccer that characterized United last year has not vanished over the summer and has in fact been exacerbated by some dismal defending, which has seen them concede four goals in their two opening games.

Three of those goals came in a 20-minute spell in the first half at Brighton, only the third time United had conceded three goals under Mourinho and the first time since they capitulated 4-0 at Chelsea in October 2016.

While United stutter, City and Liverpool have dominated their first two games of the season, picking up maximum points, and could already disappear over the horizon if they win and United fail to beat Spurs on Monday.

In his press conference on Friday, Mourinho insisted his relationship with Woodward was "fine" but refused to elaborate on the other issues afflicting his side.

"Paul has to answer by his words, if you want any explanation about Paul's words you must get him and ask him," Mourinho said when asked about Paul Pogba, who captained United at Brighton and admitted after the game his team lacked the desire to win.

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Luke Shaw (L) and Jesse Lingard applaud Manchester United fans after their team's 3-2 defeat against Brighton at the Amex Stadium on August 19 in Brighton. Dan Istitene/Getty Images

Meanwhile, if Spurs have suffered from the uncertainty over their delayed stadium move they have made light work of it. Mauricio Pochettino's men have won the first two games of the season and Harry Kane has finally managed to find the net in August, after enduring a frustrating drought in the first month of the season in the past. Spurs, who lost the FA Cup semifinal to United last season, might not have made any signings in the summer but they have picked up where they left off last season.

Despite being involved until the final stages of the World Cup, Kane, Eric Dier, Kieran Trippier and Dele Alli have slotted straight back into the team as has Toby Alderweireld, a player Mourinho desperately wanted to sign this summer.

Spurs lost 1-0 at Old Trafford last season but won the reverse fixture, pouncing on a defensive mistake to go ahead after just 11 seconds and will be hoping for a similar fast start on Monday, given United's back four has been far from solid.

However, the North Londoners could be without captain Hugo Lloris who was arrested for drink-driving in the early hours of Friday morning. United, meanwhile, could welcome back Nemanja Matic, Alexis Sanchez and Antonio Valencia, although a decision will only be made on Sunday.

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