How to follow United v Fulham
Manchester United host Fulham at Old Trafford on Sunday, in our final Premier League match of the 2022/23 campaign (16:30 BST).
Fulham have enjoyed a solid first season back in the top-flight and will present a stern test this weekend - as United look to finish the league campaign on a high before our all-Manchester FA Cup final at Wembley on June 3.
Ahead of the fixture, here's all essential information you need, as our 2022/23 Premier League season comes to an end...
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Watch the extended highlights from our penultimate Premier League match of the season...
Sunday's game has not been selected for live broadcast in the UK, but our Match Day Live show will commence at 15:25 BST on MUTV and will include exclusive build-up and post-match reaction.
Our Match Centre - accessible via Man Utd.com and our app - remains the primary destination for pre-match content and live updates throughout the game, with radio commentary also available for the 90 minutes.
WHEN CAN YOU SEE HIGHLIGHTS?
Two-minute highlights will be available two hours from the final whistle, with 90 in 20 and Full 90 versions published at midnight.
WHAT'S THE TEAM NEWS?
Antony was forced to withdraw in the first half of our triumph over Chelsea on Thursday evening, with the winger stretchered off after colliding with Trevoh Chalobah.
Ten Hag insisted we will have to wait until a full diagnosis can be confirmed, and issued the same response to questions about Luke Shaw, who was replaced by Tyrell Malacia at the break in M16.
Donny van de Beek and Lisandro Martinez remain out, as they continue to work towards pre-season returns. Marcel Sabitzer is also unavailable for the rest of the season, due to a knee injury.
For the visitors, midfielder Andreas Pereira - formerly of United - and defender Tim Ream are out, with another ex-Red, Daniel James, facing a race against time to be fit to face his former club.
Left-back Layvin Kurzawa is another who is expected to be unavailable for Marco Silva's side, having been a absent from the Cottagers' squad since February.
Ten Hag explains added incentive for SundayArticle
The boss is fully aware of a record we can equal by beating Fulham in our Premier League finale.
Having only lost just once at home in the Premier League across the whole of the 2022/23 campaign, the Reds are in red-hot form heading into our meeting with Fulham on Sunday.
Conceding just one goal in our last seven home outings in the league, United's defensive showings have been more than impressive and have certainly helped in securing our top-four finish.
Marcus Rashford scored his 30th goal of the season against Frank Lampard's side and could further add to his tally against Silva's men, in what has been a superb campaign for the our no.10.
Fulham will finish 10th no matter what happens in M16 and can be proud of their efforts after only returning to England's top-flight this term.
The Cottagers are unbeaten in their last three domestic games, scoring nine goals across those fixtures, including an impressive 5-3 victory over Leicester City where Tom Cairney and William netted a brace each.
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LAST TIME OUT
The Reds have beaten Fulham twice in two separate competitions this season, with our last meeting being 3-1 victory for United, on home soil, in the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Aleksandar Mitrovic and Willian were both dismissed as the visitors hit the self-destruct button late on, having led 1-0 for large parts of the second period.
Goals from Bruno Fernandes (2) and Sabitzer made sure of the victory, as we charged on to Wembley.
In the reverse fixture at Craven Cottage back in November, Christian Eriksen opened the scoring before James levelled the scoring on the hour mark. But up stepped Alejandro Garnacho to steal all three points, sparking wild scenes with a stoppage-time winner in the capital.
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With the Premier League set to come to an end this weekend, relegation and final positionings can still be decided, with the full fixture list available below...
SUNDAY 28 MAY
Arsenal v Wolves
Aston Villa v Brighton
Brentford v Man City
Chelsea v Newcastle
Crystal Palace v Notts Forest
Everton v Bournemouth
Leeds v Spurs
Leicester v West Ham
UNITED v Fulham
Southampton v Liverpool
All kick-offs 16:30 BST.