Marcus Rashford on the ball against Liverpool's Jordan Henderson and Sadio Mane at Old Trafford

Order your programme for United v Liverpool cup tie

After two testing Premier League away trips to Anfield and Craven Cottage, Manchester United return home, for an Emirates FA Cup reunion with the first of those two opponents: our famous rivals Liverpool.

You can get your copy of the match programme for this blockbuster fourth-round tie now, via manutd.com/programme.
 
It's with regret that we host Jurgen Klopp's men behind closed doors, for what could have been a hugely atmospheric matchday at Old Trafford as both sides were roared on by big groups of supporters.
 
But you can still enjoy a taste of the matchday flavour by picking up this historic issue of UR.
Within its pages you'll find the usual diverse range of treats, starting with the traditional manager's column, where you'll find Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reflecting on our tight game with the Merseysiders in the Premier League plus our rise to the top of the league.
 
We've also snared an exclusive interview with Edinson Cavani for you. Find out how the Uruguayan is settling into life in England, what he thinks of his new team-mates and manager, plus his hopes for the biggest fixture in English football. Does he think he can emulate his compatriot Diego Forlan, who scored twice against Liverpool back in 2002?
 
Elsewhere, there's a comprehensive guide to our opponents, an in-depth guide to the history of FA Cup meetings between United and Liverpool, and a fascinating piece with former LFC defender John Scales, who discusses the 1996 FA Cup final that was settled by Eric Cantona's famous goal (not to mention those dubious white suits).
There's also our usual much-loved column from Paddy Crerand – a man who knows a thing or two about standing up to the Scousers – plus a feature on Norma Worton, 'the Queen of the Manchester United supporters' clubs', who is the secretary of our Leamington Spa branch.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg. We've also got posters, a raft of top-quality photography, the United Review quiz and all the best stats and reaction to our recent games.

We might not be able to get to Old Trafford and cheer the lads on, but the next best thing is still an option: getting a fresh copy of United Review delivered to your door.

Order the Liverpool issue of United Review now from manutd.com/programme.

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