Manchester United host West Ham United on Sunday at Old Trafford as Erik ten Hag looks to enact Premier League revenge.
Next, the club return to Old Trafford after three away games in a row, hosting West Ham in the competition.
Here, UtdDistrict previews the West Ham tie.
Erik ten Hag provided updates on six Manchester United players ahead of the game on Sunday afternoon, confirming that Sofyan Amrabat will return to the club on Saturday after Morocco were eliminated from AFCON.
He also explained that Mason Mount, Tyrell Malacia, and Aaron Wan-Bissaka will not be available against West Ham, but that Victor Lindelöf is returning to fitness.
Finally, he explained that there is no current issue with Lisandro Martínez after the player was spotted with an ice pack on his foot.
Erik ten Hag’s revenge
The last time United faced West Ham, they were thoroughly embarrassed on 23 December at London Stadium, with Jarrod Bowen and Mohammed Kudus scoring within five minutes of each other to sink The Reds 2-0.
With the club one point behind West Ham in the table, it is a game that could see United jump to sixth in the Premier League as they attempt to catch up to those competing for Champions League places next season.
Ten Hag will no doubt be looking to get revenge over David Moyes come Sunday afternoon after the 2-0 drubbing in December as United look to continue their unbeaten start to 2024.
How to watch
The Premier League clash at Old Trafford will be broadcast in the UK on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League – it will kick off on Sunday, 4 February, at 14:00 GMT.
BBC Radio 5 Live will provide radio coverage, and the official live stream for the game will be on the Sky Go app, which requires a subscription to use.
In the USA, the tie will be shown on Peacock, while those in the UAE will be able to watch it on beIN Sports HD 1 and SPORTS CONNECT. All other global TV channel information can be found here.
UtdDistrict will cover the entire fixture on X, including the pre-match build-up, match commentary, and post-match reaction for those unable to watch the game.
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