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Friday 11 February 2022 11:16

Manchester United return home to Old Trafford to take on Southampton on Saturday 11 February, which also means a brand-new edition of our iconic programme, United Review.

The Reds were held to a 1-1 draw by Burnley in midweek, and have a real fight on our hands to ensure a Champions League place come the end of the 2021/22 season.
That increases the importance of the game against the Saints, who, incidentally, did us a favour by beating one of our top-four rivals, Tottenham Hotspur, 3-2 on Wednesday night.
Ralph Hasenhuttl's men were part of a thrilling, see-sawing game in north London, and we're expecting exactly the same in M16, with both teams thirsty for the points.
Are you attending Old Trafford? If you are you'll be able to pick up a copy of the latest United Review. But if not, don't fear: you can order the new edition of UR to be delivered right to your front door.

Early team news for Saints showdown


The latest from both camps as there's a boost in training for the Reds on Thursday.

Inside, we hear exclusively from interim boss Ralf Rangnick, in the traditional manager's column, plus there's an exclusive interview with fan-favourite Scott McTominay.
We also take an in-depth look at Hasenhuttl's men. The Austrian is a man who knows Rangnick well, having worked with him for two years at RB Leipzig, which only increases the tactical tension around the game.
There's a fascinating chat with Dave Bushell, the Academy's long-serving player liaison officer, who talks about the role he's played in helping so many footballers to reach the top over the last 25 years.
Elsewhere, we're investigating injury-time winners, after Marcus Rashford became the first man in Premier League history to score four point-pinchers after the 90-minute mark. Our no.10's recent effort against West Ham means we've now won 22 Premier League games in stoppage time. Can you remember them all? UR has the details and the insight.
We're also paying tribute to the small group of staff who kept the club going in the dark days that followed the 1958 Munich Air Disaster. Our poignant feature pays tribute to some of the club's true unsung heroes.
And there's plenty more packed into the issue too, including quality fan tales, photos, posters and stats.