The week ahead for United
Here's your handy guide to what's in store for Manchester United across seven days, including the return of the Champions League, a crucial league game for United Women and a cup semi-final for our Under-18s...
It's matchday, as our Champions League campaign resumes with the first leg of our last-16 tie against the French champions (kick-off 20:00 GMT). We've never met the Rouge et Bleu (who were founded in 1970) before, which adds another level of intrigue, as does the absence of key player Neymar, who has been ruled out of the game with a metatarsal injury. We've never lost a home game against French opposition (winning 10 and drawing four). Hopefully that statistic will still be intact come Wednesday morning! Elsewhere, on this day in 1945, Matt Busby became United manager.
It's the morning after the night before, as we reflect on a massive night of European action in M16. But it's back to business for United Women, who travel to Sutton Park to face Leicester City Women in the FA Women's Championship. Casey Stoney's team have dropped to fourth in the table due to postponements and cup commitments, but have two or three games in hand on the teams above them. They'll be looking to ensure the gap to the top doesn't widen any further as they wait for those chances to reel in Tottenham Hotspur Ladies, Charlton Athletic and Durham.