Sunday's final Premier League game of the 2017/18 season against Watford will be Manchester United's 1,000th game in the competition since its inception in 1992/93.
The Reds have so far won 628 Premier League matches, drawn 215 and lost 156, while also winning 13 titles. To commemorate the landmark fixture, we are running a special series of polls enabling fans to vote for their best goal, game, save and player, and to select an all-star XI from across the entire era.
The results, which will be announced on Wednesday, will be fascinating so make sure you cast your own votes by visiting www.ManUtd.com/PL1000. By voting, you'll be rewarded with free entry into a draw to win some amazing prizes, including the match ball from the 1,000th game and a match-worn shirt - both signed!
WHICH IS OUR BEST GOAL?
The Reds have found the net more than 1,900 times in the competition but, after much deliberation, we have managed to put together a shortlist of our top 10 outstanding goals. Which one is the best for you? The nominees are...
1996/97: David Beckham v Wimbledon
1996/97: Eric Cantona v Sunderland
1999/00: Paul Scholes v Middlesbrough
2004/05: Wayne Rooney v Newcastle United
2006/07: Paul Scholes v Aston Villa
2007/08: Cristiano Ronaldo v Portsmouth
2010/11: Wayne Rooney v Manchester City
2010/11: Dimitar Berbatov v Blackburn Rovers
2012/13: Robin van Persie v Aston Villa
2016/17: Henrikh Mkhitaryan v Sunderland
From the 999 matches so far, we have selected our favourite 10 and there are some humdingers included...
1993/94: Manchester City 2 Manchester United 3
1994/95: Manchester United 9 Ipswich Town 0
1998/99: Nottingham Forest 1 Manchester United 8
2000/01: Manchester United 6 Arsenal 1
2001/02: Tottenham Hotspur 3 Manchester United 5
2002/03: Newcastle United 2 Manchester United 6
2008/09: Manchester United 5 Tottenham Hotspur 2
2009/10: Manchester United 4 Manchester City 3
2010/11: Manchester United 2 Chelsea 1
2011/12: Manchester United 8 Arsenal 2
WHICH IS YOUR FAVOURITE SAVE?
We've had some of the best goalkeepers on the planet since 1992 and Old Trafford has witnessed countless world-class performances. Two men in particular have stood out...
1992/92: Peter Schmeichel v Liverpool’s Don Hutchison
1993/94: Peter Schmeichel v West Ham United’s Trevor Morley
1993/94: Peter Schmeichel v Coventry City’s Chris Marsden
1997/98: Peter Schmeichel v Newcastle United’s John Barnes
2002/03: Fabien Barthez v Liverpool's Dietmar Hamann
2011/12: David De Gea v Chelsea’s Juan Mata
2012/13: David De Gea v Chelsea’s Fernando Torres
2013/14: David De Gea v Sunderland’s Emanuele Giaccherini
2014/15: David De Gea v Everton’s Bryan Oviedo
2017/18: David De Gea v Stoke City’s Jese Rodriguez
Somehow, we've narrowed this category down to just 10 final nominees...
David De Gea