IShowSpeed was one of the biggest hits of the 2022 Sidemen Charity Match as he entertained fans from across the world with his antics.
The American streamer caused carnage throughout and has been in the UK ahead of the 2023 match this weekend.
IShowSpeed is a huge Cristiano Ronaldo fan
Speed is extremely popular online and there has been demand from fans to get him involved in this year’s match.
Will IShowSpeed play in the Sidemen 2023 Charity Match?
The good news for all Speed fans is that the 18-year-old will be involved this year.
He is set to be part of the YouTube All-Stars team that will be managed by talkSPORT’s Mark Goldbridge.
That means he will be on opposite sides to KSI once more, although the leader of the Sidemen is going to play in goal due to his upcoming fight against Tommy Fury.
This is probably because of what happened with Speed last year when the American scythed KSI down in the opening exchanges.
Speed also scored an offside goal that led to him removing his shirt and whipping referee Mark Clattenburg with it.
Clattenburg had a lot to do during last year’s Sidemen charity match
Speed currently has a staggering 20.2million YouTube subscribers and has produced 1,200 videos.
In a match full of social media stars, he is one of the biggest involved.
The American was seen at last week’s game between Manchester United and Arsenal at the Emirates.
KSI was also there, and the two had a light-hearted go at each other during the match.
Speed is a United fan because of his love for Cristiano Ronaldo, and KSI is a big Gooner, so after a 3-1 win, he would have been the happier of the two.
However, it remains to be seen who comes out of the Charity Match on top.
Speed is back in EnglandGetty
Sidemen 2023 Charity Match: Date and how to follow
This charity game will take place on Saturday, September 9.
Kick-off at West Ham’s London Stadium is scheduled for 3pm.
The match is being streamed for FREE on the Sidemen’s YouTube page.
Coverage will be presented by Elz The Witch and Big Zuu and is set to get going at 2:15pm.
Commentary then comes from Spencer Oliver and Stephen Tries.
talkSPORT will have updates throughout and talkSPORT.com will have all of the reaction from east London.
To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream.
You can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.
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