Our Under-18s face a second trip to West Bromwich in just five days, when we travel to the Midlands at the start of the weekend. The game kicks off at 11:30 GMT and is live on MUTV.
This day also marks 20 years since our Intercontinental Cup triumph, when the Reds beat Palmeiras 1-0 in Tokyo. Roy Keane scored the only goal of the game – which was held between the winners of the Champions League and Copa Libertadores – in 1999, and ensured we won the trophy for the first time in our history.
Our Women’s side start a busy day of football when we travel to the capital to take on West Ham United Women at the Hammers’ Rush Green Training Ground (15:00 GMT kick-off). Casey Stoney’s side beat the London outfit 2-0 last season in the Continental League Cup.
To round off the week, United’s first team welcome Aston Villa to Old Trafford for the first time in four seasons. The Villans have only beaten us once in 24 home Premier League meetings – United have won 19 of those previous clashes. The game, which kicks off at 16:30 GMT, is not being broadcast live in the UK. However, you can follow the build-up and reaction on all of our usual channels.
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