We're back! Your essential info for Spurs v United
Three months since football was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Manchester United return to Premier League action on Friday, as we face Tottenham Hotspur away.
It will be the Reds' first fixture at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, which opened its doors in April 2019; it's the 58th different away ground that we have visited in the Premier League.
Prior to the start of the break in mid-March, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Reds were in a rich vein of form, having defeated local rivals Manchester City 2-0 at Old Trafford, before a five-star display against LASK in the first leg of our Europa League last-16 tie.
Ahead of what will be our first competitive match for 99 days, here is everything you need to know...
WHICH TV CHANNEL IS IT ON?
Friday's 20:15 BST kick-off will be broadcast live in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League. From 19:10 BST, MUTV will show exclusive build-up for our long-awaited first match since March, followed by live radio commentary of the game itself. The match will be replayed in full on MUTV from 18:00 BST on Sunday, while short highlights will be available on ManUtd.com and the Official App.
WHO IS ALLOWED TO ATTEND?
United's matches between now and the end of the season will be played behind closed doors, with no supporters admitted. Stadium access will be limited to around 300 people at each match.
Teams will travel to matches in sterile environments and apply social distancing whilst using transport. Players and officials will stagger their journeys to and from the pitch and there will be no gathering or handshakes inside the tunnel.
Non-playing and coaching staff must wear face coverings and clubs will apply strict cleaning and disinfection measures inside the stadium, including changing rooms, matchballs, goalposts, technical areas and corner flags.
Highlights: United 2 Tottenham 1Video
The Premier League resumes two days before United travel to Tottenham, with Aston Villa hosting Sheffield United at 18:00 BST on Wednesday, followed by Manchester City v Arsenal at 20:15 BST, in what are effectively games in hand for the four clubs concerned.
Match week 30 then begins a couple of hours before the Reds and Spurs kick off, as Norwich and Southampton meet at the neutral venue of Craven Cottage in Friday evening's early fixture.
Four more games will take place on Saturday, all at different times, with top-four chasing Wolves and Leicester City among the sides in action.
Three further encounters are on Sunday, which includes fourth-placed Chelsea away at Aston Villa and the Merseyside Derby, before Manchester City host Burnley on Monday evening.
The full list of fixtures for the next five days is below:
WEDNESDAY 17 JUNE
Aston Villa v Sheffield United (18:00 BST)
Manchester City v Arsenal (20:15 BST)
FRIDAY 19 JUNE
Norwich City v Southampton (18:00 BST)
Tottenham Hotspur v UNITED (20:15 BST)
SATURDAY 20 JUNE
Watford v Leicester City (12:30 BST)
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal (15:00 BST)
West Ham United v Wolverhampton Wanderers (17:30 BST)
AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace (19:45 BST)
SUNDAY 21 JUNE
Newcastle United v Sheffield United (14:00 BST)
Aston Villa v Chelsea (16:15 BST)
Everton v Liverpool (19:00 BST)
MONDAY 22 JUNE
Manchester City v Burnley (20:15 BST)