How to watch and follow United vs Reading
Manchester United will host Championship outfit Reading this weekend, as we bid to advance to round five of this season's Emirates FA Cup at Old Trafford (kick-off 20:00 GMT).
Erik ten Hag's side were in fine form on Wednesday, beating Nottingham Forest 3-0 at The City Ground in the first leg of our Carabao Cup semi-final.
Goals from Marcus Rashford, Wout Weghorst and Bruno Fernandes ensured victory, with United's attention now quickly turning to another cup competition.
Reading recently knocked out fellow Championship outfit Watford to reach this stage of the tournament and will be backed by a strong travelling contingent at the Theatre of Dreams on Saturday.
As we countdown towards kick-off, here's everything you need to know ahead of our clash with Paul Ince's side...
HOW CAN YOU FOLLOW THE GAME?
The game will be shown live on ITV4 on Saturday evening, with coverage set to begin 45 minutes prior to kick off at 19:15 GMT. Fans can also watch the action live via ITVX.
MUTV will provide build-up and post-match reaction, which will be viewable on ManUtd.com and in the United App, along with further exclusive coverage.
Our Matchday Live show will start at 18:55 GMT, and be followed by live radio commentary - which can be listened to via the app - throughout the 90 minutes.
WHAT’S THE TEAM NEWS?
United captain Harry Maguire is eligible to feature, following a one-match ban in the Carabao Cup.
We continue to wait on the fitness of right-back Diogo Dalot and Anthony Martial, both of whom were again absent against Steve Cooper's side in midweek and against Arsenal on Sunday.
Luke Shaw was unavailable in midweek due to illness,Jadon Sancho is still stepping up his return to full fitness and midfielder Donny van de Beek is ruled out due to his long-term knee injury. Axel Tuanzebe is still a few weeks away, according to Ten Hag, although he has been back in training.
HOW DID WE REACH THIS STAGE?
So far this season, the Reds saw off Everton to reach the fourth round of the competition, beating the Toffees 3-1 at the beginning of the month.
Antony, Rashford and a Conor Coady own goal ensured victory in M16, with Reading the next task for United to try to navigate through this weekend.
The Royals, on the other hand, beat former Premier League outfit Watford 2-0 in the third round, with both Kelvin Abrefa and Shane Long on target at the Madejski Stadium.
Hoping to cause an upset, former midfielder Ince will return to the ground where he spent six years as a player from 1989 to 1995.
WHO ELSE IS PLAYING?
The FA Cup is in full swing this weekend, with 32 teams bidding for a place in the next round of this season's competition. Below is a list, in full, of all the sides still involved...
FRIDAY 27 JANUARY
Manchester City v Arsenal (20:00)
SATURDAY 28 JANUARY
Walsall v Leicester City (12:30)
Accrington Stanley v Leeds (12:30)
Sheff Wed v Fleetwood
Blackburn v Birmingham
Southampton v Blackpool
Ipswich Town v Burnley
Bristol City v West Brom
Luton v Grimsby Town
Fulham v Sunderland
Preston v Tottenham (18:00)
UNITED v Reading (20:00)
SUNDAY 29 JANUARY
Brighton v Liverpool (13:30)
Stoke City v Stevenage (14:00)
Wrexham v Sheffield United (16:30)
MONDAY 30 JANUARY
Derby County v West Ham (19:45)
All kick-offs 15:00 GMT unless stated.