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Here's your guide to the week ahead for United

Monday 02 December 2019 09:03

The first week of December sets the tone for what promises to be a hectic festive period, with Manchester United set to contest two colossal fixtures in the Premier League campaign.

Here’s your handy guide to the next seven days across the club… 

The draw for the Emirates FA Cup third round will take place from 19:00 GMT, live on BBC Two, with former Arsenal captain Tony Adams and ex-Manchester City defender Micah Richards conducting the event at the Etihad Stadium. We have been allocated to ball number 25 and the tie will take place between Friday 3 and Monday 6 January 2020.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to hold a press conference at the Aon Training Complex, to preview our Premier League match against Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on Wednesday evening. The exact timing of the media briefing is yet to be confirmed, but the event is usually at 10:00 GMT.

MUTV’s live build-up to United against Tottenham will begin at 18:00 GMT, providing exclusive interviews and insights ahead of the 19:30 GMT kick-off at the Theatre of Dreams. 

Remember, for the first ever time, the Premier League match will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime Video and supporters can watch it for free by signing up to a one-month trial of the service

Meanwhile, our Under-21s are in action against Tranmere Rovers at 19:45 GMT. It will not be shown live, due to the seniors being in action, but the highlights will be available to watch on Thursday.

Reds youngster Tahith Chong will also celebrate his 20th birthday. 

Make sure you visit our Official App and for all of the reaction to Wednesday’s big game against Tottenham, as well as the extended highlights of the game at Old Trafford.  

This day is also significant for Anthony Martial, who is due to celebrate his 24th birthday. 

As you will no doubt know by now, Friday mornings are all about Solskjaer’s pre-match press conferences and this one, to preview the weekend’s Manchester derby, is definitely not one to be missed. Make sure you watch it live on MUTV and via our Official App from exactly 10:00 GMT. 
MUTV's live coverage of the Manchester derby begins at 16:00 GMT on Saturday.

MUTV’s live build-up to the 179th Manchester derby will begin at 16:00 GMT, providing viewers with the breaking team news and exclusive interviews ahead of a much-anticipated 17:30 GMT kick-off at the Etihad Stadium. The match itself will be broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports

Before then, tune in to MUTV to watch our Under-18s against Stoke City from 11:00 GMT. 

Make sure you support Casey Stoney’s United Women in their Women’s Super League match against Everton, which kicks off at 12:00 GMT. The action will be shown live on MUTV

Scott McTominay will also celebrate his 23rd birthday, hopefully with three points at the Etihad Stadium in the bag. 

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