Crystal Palace v United to be shown live
Manchester United’s postponed Premier League match against Crystal Palace will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK.
The fixture at Selhurst Park, initially postponed as a mark of respect following the passing of Her Majesty The Queen in September, takes place on Wednesday 18 January.
Kick-off in the capital will be at 20:00 GMT and it has now been confirmed that the game will be broadcast live on TV.
As usual, you can also follow the action in the United App, where you'll be able to watch MUTV's pre- and post-match shows, while listening along to live radio commentary for the match itself.
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In a statement to announce the new date on Sunday 8 January, the Premier League said it "apologises to fans for the late notice in confirming this fixture and understands supporters’ frustrations.
"While the League endeavours to give as much notice as possible for rescheduling, the unique circumstances around this fixture meant this was not possible."
United's Premier League game against Leeds United at Old Trafford, also postponed in September, is still to be rearranged for a later date.
REMAINING JANUARY FIXTURES
14 January – Manchester City (H, 12:30 GMT) - Premier League
18 January - Crystal Palace (A, 20:00 GMT) - Premier League
22 January – Arsenal (A, 16:30 GMT) - Premier League
27-30 January - Reading (H, date and time tbc) - FA Cup
Dates and times for United's two Carabao Cup semi-finals are also to be confirmed, to be played in the weeks commencing 23 and 30 January.