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Friday 25 February 2022 16:00

Manchester United are back at Old Trafford on Saturday 26 February after two significant away trips, and that means a brand-new edition of our iconic matchday programme, United Review.

Ralf Rangnick's Reds have had two enjoyable outings on the road since our last match at Old Trafford, a 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion. Last Sunday, a modern Premier League classic was played out at Elland Road as United came away 4-2 winners at Leeds United, and the team followed that up with a 1-1 draw in Madrid against Atleti on Wednesday night.

There may be less history with Saturday's opponents Watford, but the significance of the match remains the same. United need to continue building momentum as the race to finish in the league's Champions League qualification spots continues.


Sancho: I'm believing in myself a lot more


In an exclusive sit-down interview, Jadon opens up about his best performances so far and ambitions for this season.

Are you attending Old Trafford? If so, you'll be able to pick up a copy of the latest United Review at the ground. If not, don't fear, because you can order a copy of the new UR to be delivered right to your front door.

Inside, we hear exclusively from interim manager Ralf Rangnick, in the traditional matchday column. There's also an exclusive sit-down interview with Eric Bailly in which the centre-back discusses his time representing the Cote d'Ivoire at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Plus, there's reaction to Wednesday's draw against Atleti and an in-depth feature on Jadon Sancho's formative development as a young lad at Watford.

In addition to that, you'll be able to read an interview with former Hornets goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes, who discusses his matches against United throughout his career, and there's the regular analysis of the opposition that gives you everything you need to know about the visitors.

In Paddy Crerand's column, the 1968 European Cup-winning midfielder discusses last weekend's win over Leeds, opposition boss Roy Hodgson and remembers his old teammate, Tony Dunne.

There's plenty more packed into this issue as well, including quality fan tales, photos, posters, and stats.

Don't miss out... order your copy of United Review today!