The week kicks off with Ralf Rangnick giving his thoughts ahead of our match with Burnley, with the interim manager’s press conference being available to watch from 14:00 GMT via ManUtd.com, our App and MUTV.
Later in the day, the latest instalment of the UTD Podcast will also drop. Featuring our former forward Terry Gibson, it will first be released in the United App, before becoming available on other podcast streaming platforms on Tuesday.
Monday also marks the anniversary of George Best bagging a double hat-trick against Northampton Town, with six goals in an 8-2 win over the Cobblers in 1970.
In what is set to be a full round of midweek fixtures in the Premier League, the Reds travel to Turf Moor for the challenge of Sean Dyche’s Burnley side and will be looking to make it three wins on the spin in the division.
Kick-off is at 20:00 GMT on Tuesday night with the match being shown live on BT Sport in the UK. Matchday coverage will also be available on all of our official platforms as usual, with team news breaking first in our app at 19:00.
United Women’s forward Alessia Russo celebrates her 23rd birthday on Tuesday, while Busby Babes captain Roger Byrne was also born on this date, in 1929.
The Under-18s will have an occasion to savour on Wednesday when a place in the FA Youth Cup quarter-finals is at stake under the lights at the Theatre of Dreams. Standing in the way of Travis Binnion’s young Reds are Everton, with kick-off set for 19:00 GMT.
Wednesday will also be the anniversary of our former midfielder Liam Miller sadly passing away in 2018 at the age of 36.
For those who missed the Under-18s cup tie, there will be a chance to catch the highlights via ManUtd.com, our App and MUTV on Thursday.