How to watch and follow United v Galatasaray
Manchester United welcome Galatasaray to Old Trafford for our first home Champions League clash of the season on Tuesday.
Often the setting of magical European nights, the Theatre of Dreams will be ready for the visit of the Turkish giants, while Erik ten Hag will be looking for a reaction from his side, coming off the back of the disappointing defeat against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Ahead of Tuesday's highly anticipated clash, find out how you can watch and follow the action, and educate yourself on the latest team news and trivia for the match below...
The match is being shown live on TNT Sports on Tuesday evening, but you will be able to listen to live commentary in the United App. In addition, live updates, stats and images will be regularly posted in our Match Centre - in the app and ManUtd.com - throughout.
On MUTV, our Match Day Live show commences at 18:55 BST, bringing you exclusive pre-match build-up and post-match reaction, as well as the views of fans in and around the ground. Make sure you tune in!
WHERE CAN I SEE THE HIGHLIGHTS?
Two-minute highlights will be available from midnight, with Full 90 and 90 in 20 editions set to follow 24 hours later.
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.
WHAT'S THE LATEST TEAM NEWS?
Antony was pictured during Sunday's training session with the rest of the first team, following his return to Carrington.
Sergio Reguilon missed Saturday's disappointing defeat to Palace with a minor injury and Erik may offer an update on the left-back in his pre-match press conference today (Monday).
Lisandro Martinez has joined Amad, Luke Shaw, Tyrell Malacia, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Kobbie Mainoo on the sidelines, although Mainoo was spotted doing running drills a couple of weeks ago, as he continues his rehabilitation programme. Jadon Sancho is unavailable.
For the visitors, Kazimcan Karatas and Chelsea loanee Hakim Ziyech have missed recent games and it remains to be seen whether they will be involved at Old Trafford on Tuesday, while Halil Dervisoglu and Eyup Aydin are ineligible.
United and Galatasaray have faced each other six times in competitive games and two of those - both at Old Trafford - stand out above the rest.
The very first time we played the Turkish giants in a competitive match was in 1993, when an end-to-end encounter ended 3-3. The pendulum swung in the favour of United, and then to Galatasaray, and then back level - thanks to a late Eric Cantona goal - to give a taste of what was to come in this fixture.
One year later, again at the Theatre of Dreams, the Reds blew away the visitors 4-0 thanks to finishes from Simon Davies, David Beckham and Roy Keane - and an own goal from Bulent Korkmaz.
United have lost only once to Galatasaray in competitive football, coming into Tuesday's clash, while three of the games have been drawn.
Former Crystal Palace talisman - and ex-Red - Wilfried Zaha isn't the only player that prompts intrigue in the Lions' squad.
Uruguayan goalkeeper Fernando Muslera is a compatriot of United's Facundo Pellistri. Another Uruguayan, Lucas Torreira, played in the Premier League for Arsenal between 2018 and 2022, before moving to the Super Lig.
Across London, Tanguy Ndombele signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 2019 and is on loan at Galatasaray for the 2023/24 season, while Hakim Ziyech is on loan from Chelsea and played under Ten Hag at Ajax between 2017 and 2020.
Forwards Mauro Icardi and Dries Mertens are well-known for their exploits at Paris Saint-Germain and Napoli, respectively.
WHO ELSE IS PLAYING?
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