How to watch and follow United v Chelsea
Manchester United return to home soil on Wednesday evening, as Erik ten Hag's side take on Chelsea in the Premier League.
United have not played at the Theatre of Dreams since our 1-0 win over Luton Town prior to the last international break, with the onus firmly on returning to winning ways against the Blues.
As the countdown continues to tick down ahead of our midweek encounter, scroll down to find out all the details regarding Wednesday's meeting between the two sides...
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Action from our 20:15 GMT kick-off is set to broadcast live for the first time this season via Amazon Prime Video. Subscribers to the service can watch the game live via Amazon's platforms, with further details available here.
Alternatively, MUTV's Matchday Live Show will begin at 19:10 GMT, with live radio commentary provided throughout the encounter via ManUtd.com and our Official App. We will also provide regular updates in our Match Centre, which you can access across our platforms.
Short match highlights will follow in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Erik ten Hag is expected to provide an update regarding his squad selection in Tuesday's press conference, as we look ahead to Chelsea's arrival.
Mason Mount continues to be sidelined after sustaining a knock and it remains to be seen whether our summer signing will be fit to face his old side for the first time.
Tyrell Malacia is likely to return after the new year period, as we confirmed on Friday.
Christian Eriksen has been sidelined since November with a knee injury, while Jonny Evans has also missed out as of late due to a thigh problem.
Casemiro, Lisandro Martinez and Amad Diallo all remain long-term absentees.
United and Chelsea have faced off 193 times in total, with the Reds emerging victorious in 82 of those encounters.
Most will famously remember our May 2008 meeting in Moscow, as Sir Alex Ferguson's side pipped the Blues to UEFA Champions League glory via a penalty-shootout win.
The game had finished 1-1 following 90 minutes and extra time, with Edwin van der Sar saving Nicholas Anelka's final spot-kick to secure our third success in the competition.
Last season, Ten Hag's men won 4-1 on home soil thanks to goals from Casemiro, Anthony Martial, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford.
KEY TIMINGS TO NOTE
The match against Chelsea will begin at the slightly unusual time of 20:15 GMT, due to it being streamed on Amazon Prime. Line-ups will still be released an hour before kick-off, at 19:15 BST.
Before Wednesday's fixture, Ten Hag will face the media for his press conference on Tuesday. The first part of his briefing will be published at 13:30 GMT, with the second part following at 22:30 GMT that same evening.
Make sure you stay across ManUtd.com and our app for all your key United content.
There is a full schedule of midweek Premier League action for fans to enjoy in the coming days. See the full listings down below...
TUESDAY 5 DECEMBER
Wolves v Burnley
Luton v Arsenal (20:15 GMT)
WEDNESDAY 6 DECEMBER
Sheffield United v Liverpool
Fulham v Nottingham Forest
Crystal Palace v Bournemouth
Brighton v Brentford
UNITED v Chelsea (20:15 GMT)
Aston Villa v Man City (20:15 GMT)
THURSDAY 7 DECEMBER
Everton v Newcastle
Tottenham v West Ham (20:15 GMT)
All kick-offs 19:30 GMT unless stated.