How to follow United v Crystal Palace
Manchester United host Crystal Palace for the second time in five days on Saturday, but on this occasion it is in the Premier League.
The Reds defeated the Eagles 3-0 at the Theatre of Dreams on Tuesday night to begin our Carabao Cup defence in the best possible fashion.
Goals from Alejandro Garnacho, Casemiro and Anthony Martial sealed the triumph and Erik ten Hag's side will be looking for another positive result this weekend.
Ahead of that clash, you can get all the essential coverage information, team news and more below...
HOW CAN I FOLLOW THE ACTION?
Due to the 15:00 BST kick-off, this one will not be broadcast live in the UK. However, you can follow live updates in the United App and in our Match Centre on ManUtd.com, with live radio commentary available throughout the 90 minutes. You can also watch exclusive build-up and post-match reaction via our Match Day Live show on MUTV, commencing at 13:55 BST. Make sure you tune in!
WHERE CAN I SEE THE HIGHLIGHTS?
Two-minute highlights will be available from later on Saturday, with Full 90 and 90 in 20 editions set to follow at midnight.
WHERE CAN I GET A MATCH PROGRAMME?
If you're not able to buy our essential matchday read at Old Trafford, you can order your copy of United Review here.
For United, Ten Hag confirmed after Tuesday's cup match that Scott McTominay and Christian Eriksen were not involved due to illness. Sergio Reguilon, who was substituted in the second half of the win at Burnley last weekend, was also not involved.
Mason Mount made his long-awaited return and, while he was replaced at half-time against Palace, Erik explained that this move was pre-planned before the fixture. Harry Maguire was also back after a short stint out.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Kobbie Mainoo, Tyrell Malacia and Luke Shaw are long-term absentees, while Ten Hag may provide an update on Lisandro Martinez and any other of his recently absent players in his pre-match press conference on Friday, which you can watch and follow from 13:30 BST.
For Palace, Michael Olise, James Tomkins, Jefferson Lerma and Matheus Franca look to be unavailable and Odsonne Edouard, whose fitness was being monitored prior to Tuesday's cup clash, did not feature at Old Trafford. Dean Henderson and Jairo Riedewald picked up knocks during the course of the game, too.
United's match against Palace is our second in just a few days, with the Eagles having lost at the Theatre of Dreams on Tuesday.
We also beat the Londoners in this fixture last season, with Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford scoring in a 2-1 victory.
WHO ELSE IS PLAYING?
Premier League matches will be played across Saturday, Sunday and Monday this week, with Liverpool's trip to Tottenham the standout clash, other than our fixture against Palace.
SATURDAY 30 SEPTEMBER
Aston Villa v Brighton (12:30 BST)
UNITED v Crystal Palace
Newcastle v Burnley
Wolves v Man City
Bournemouth v Arsenal
West Ham v Sheffield United
Everton v Luton
Tottenham v Liverpool (17:30 BST)
SUNDAY 1 OCTOBER
Nottingham Forest v Brentford (14:00 BST)
MONDAY 2 OCTOBER
Fulham v Chelsea (20:00 BST)
*All matches kick off at 15:00 BST unless stated.