Also on the bill is a pre-match concert, with music from The Saturdays, Tinchy Stryder, The Hoosiers and Tony Christie.
Dwight Yorke netted 66 goals in 152 appearances for United and told us he's itching to recreate the "phenomenal" feeling of scoring at Old Trafford...
How much are you looking forward to this match?
I don’t think playing at Old Trafford will ever lose its excitement. I played lots of games there and it never lost its thrill. You still get an incredible buzz when you walk out on that pitch. It’s a fantastic place to play, a unique atmosphere, and it’s all for a great cause so that will be brilliant. I still live in the area and being part of Manchester United is more than just football – it’s about getting involved in charity work, too.
What’s your favourite memory from matches you played at OT?
The Inter Milan game in the Champions League quarter-final in 1999. They’d always been really difficult to play against, so to score twice was really special. Italians had been dominating European football for a while… that game showed Premier League teams could compete. The Barcelona match when we drew 3-3 was also fantastic.
What was the best goal you scored at OT?
I can’t pick one. I can’t remember them all, to be