The week ahead at Manchester United
Another busy week awaits for Manchester United, with the Premier League and the Emirates FA Cup both taking centre stage over the next seven days.
Our young Reds are also in FA Youth Cup action, away to Norwich City, while there's another derby on the horizon for the Women's side.
Here's what else is in store this week...
We'll continue to provide reaction to Sunday's match against Liverpool, as well as start the build-up to Wednesday's Premier League fixture against Burnley at Old Trafford. Later in the day, you can follow our weekly topical debate show Kicking Off on MUTV and in our Official App from 18:30 GMT.
We'll also be wishing Women's captain Katie Zelem a happy birthday. The midfielder turns 24 today.
Highlights: Burnley 0 United 2Video
All eyes will be on the Aon Training Complex, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer holds his pre-match press conference ahead of Wednesday’s match against the Clarets. As usual, you can follow the breaking stories in our Official App and on ManUtd.com.
Our young Reds are in FA Youth Cup action later in the day. Dillon Hoogewerf bagged a brace in our previous tie, against Lincoln City, and now Neil Ryan's side will take on Norwich City at Carrow Road for the chance to play Leeds United at home in the fifth round. The game kicks off at 19:00 GMT, with coverage getting under way on MUTV from 18:30 GMT.
Two former Reds share a birthday on Tuesday, as Nicky Butt and Phil Neville turn 45 and 43 respectively. Have a great day, guys!
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Reds are back in action, as we welcome Burnley to Old Trafford in the Premier League. It's only been a matter of weeks since we last met the East Lancashire side, with United defeating the Clarets 2-0 at Turf Moor in late December. Kick-off on Wednesday is at 20:15 GMT and you can follow the build-up on MUTV from 19:00 GMT.
Highlights: United 1 Wolves 0Video
We'll continue the reaction to the match at Old Trafford the night before. Later on Thursday, Tranmere Rovers and Watford meet at Prenton Park in their FA Cup third-round replay, with kick-off at 19:45 GMT. The Reds will face an away trip to the winner of that tie on Sunday.
For the second time this week, the boss will hold his press conference at Aon Training Complex, as he previews our upcoming Cup match. We'll be covering the media briefing, as well as his exclusive MUTV interview, on ManUtd.com and in our Official App.
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After returning to winning ways last weekend against Tottenham Hotspur, United Women are back in action on Saturday, as we face Manchester City at Leigh Sports Village in the Women's FA Cup fourth round. Casey Stoney's side will be hoping for a repeat of our last home match against our local rivals, which saw the Reds win 2-0.
We would also like to wish all of our supporters in China, as well as across the world, a happy Chinese New Year.
Highlights: United Women 2 Man City Women 0Video
The week comes to a close with United facing an away trip to either Tranmere Rovers or Watford in the fourth round of the FA Cup, as Solskjaer's Reds aim to book a place in the last 16 of the competition for the sixth season in a row. Should it be Tranmere, it will be the first match at Prenton Park in our history, while if it is the Hornets, we will be looking to right the wrongs of our 2-0 league defeat before Christmas.
Sunday's match will kick off at 15:00 GMT, and you can follow our pre-match build-up on MUTV from 13:30 GMT, as well as in-game commentary and live stats via the Official App.
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