Manchester United welcome Tottenham to Old Trafford on Wednesday evening (October 19) in a crunch match towards the top of the Premier League table.
United could only manage a goalless draw at home to Newcastle on Sunday to leave them three points adrift from the top four.
Meanwhile, Spurs grounded out a 2-0 victory over Everton to draw level with second-placed Manchester City on 23 points.
Antonio Conte will be keen to collect all three points to keep with the pace set by arch-rivals and Premier League leaders Arsenal.
This is your full lowdown on when the match starts, how to watch on TV as well as the latest team news.
What time does Manchester United vs Tottenham start?
Manchester United vs Tottenham will take place tomorrow (Wednesday, October 19).
Kick-off will be 8.15pm at Old Trafford.
What TV channel is Manchester United vs Tottenham on?
Manchester United’s clash with Tottenham will be show live and exclusive in the UK on Amazon Prime Video.
Customers in the UK can purchase Amazon Prime Video for £5.99 a month.
Alternatively, viewers can sign up for Amazon Prime’s 30 day free trial.
This will mean that fans can watch Premier League matches on Amazon Prime Video for free during the 30 day trial period.
Amazon Prime Video is available to watch on Amazon Fire TV, smart TVs, game consoles, mobiles, selected laptops and other compatible streaming devices.
What is the Manchester United and Tottenham team news?
Marcus Rashford will return from the minor illness that kept him on the bench during the draw with Newcastle on Sunday.
The Englishman’s recovery could see him return to the starting XI at the expense of Cristiano Ronaldo who started up front for the match at Old Trafford.
Christian Eriksen also missed the game with illness but ten Hag is hopeful the Danish playmaker will be fit enough to face his former side.
Anthony Martial remains a major doubt with a back injury, while Harry Maguire is closing in on a return following a spell on the sidelines with a hamstring issue.
Scott McTominay is back from a one-match suspension whilst Donny van de Beek, Axel Tuanzebe, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Brandon Williams remain unavailable.
Richarlison left the Everton match in tears fearing his World Cup was over after picking up a calf injury, and the Brazilian will miss the game at Old Trafford despite Conte expecting him to return in time for Qatar.