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Manchester United vs. PSG live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch International Champions Cup online

ManU will look to maintain their perfect preseason record with a win over PSG on Wednesday.

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Manchester United's sprinkling of summer signings haven't needed long to become accustomed to Louis van Gaal's famed philosophy, with the Red Devils turning in an impressive 3-1 win over Barcelona last time out. A change of personnel and a tweak in formation have them looking like an uncharacteristically steely team in midfield, and they've now got plenty of creativity in their fluid attack.

They'll look to further establish their credentials as Premier League contenders by beating French domestic champions Paris Saint-Germain on Wednesday. Laurent Blanc's side have enjoyed victories over Benfica and Fiorentina in the International Champions Cup so far, but succumbed to a penalty shootout defeat to Chelsea in their last match. They're a pretty close match for United on paper, and will be looking to get back on track with a win.

Fun Manchester United fringe player to watch: Adnan Januzaj

Perhaps the only good thing to emerge from David Moyes' time as Manchester United manager was Adnan Januzaj establishing himself as one of the most talented youngsters plying his trade in England. He took a step back in his limited game time in van Gaal's debut season, though scored a wonderful goal in an unfamiliar role as striker in the win over Barcelona on Saturday. Perhaps that tweak of position is all he needs to achieve wonderkid status again.

Fun Paris Saint-Germain fringe player to watch: Jean-Kévin Augustin

PSG's 18-year-old striker Jean-Kévin Augustin scored three times in his hometown club's first couple of friendlies, and impressed to the extent that he started from the first whistle in a very strong lineup against Chelsea. Coach Blanc is clearly evaluating whether he's ready for a first team berth already, which hints at a very bright future indeed.

Compared to other friendlies, is this worth my time?

Two big teams and a handful of new signings -- there are certainly worse friendlies than this one. 6/10.

Match date/time: Wednesday, 8:05 p.m. local, 9:05 p.m. ET

Venue: Soldier Field, Chicago

TV: ESPN Deportes, (U.S. - Spanish), MUTV (U.K.)

OnlineFox Soccer 2 GoWatchESPN (U.S.)

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