Manchester United host Fulham in the FA Cup quarter-finals this weekend in their final game before the international break.
For those fans not going to the resumption of United’s FA Cup campaign, we have put together everything you need to know about watching the match on TV and online…
Manchester United v Fulham date
Manchester United will host Fulham on Sunday 19th March.
This is United’s final game of the month before the resumption of their season in April.
Manchester United v Fulham kick off time
United v Fulham will kick off at 4.30pm.
The tie is the final game of the FA Cup sixth round, with the semi-final draw to follow.
Manchester United v Fulham TV channel
The only way to watch the game in the UK is on ITV1.
BBC and ITV split the television rights for the FA Cup.
The build-up to the game starts at 3.45pm, with the likes of Roy Keane expected to be on punditry duty.
How to live stream Manchester United v Reading online
Fans can watch the match on ITVX via a variety of platforms including consoles, tablets and smartphones.
The game is of course on free-to-air TV, so anyone with Freeview can watch it.
Manchester United v Reading team news
Anthony Martial has already been ruled out of the game by Erik ten Hag, despite returning to training with the squad.
Antony and Scott McTominay are doubts for the game, with Alejandro Garnacho, Christian Eriksen and Donny van de Beek out injured.
Casemiro begins his domestic suspension in this one, which means Marcel Sabitzer may well return to the starting lineup.
Manchester United v Fulham: Our prediction
United’s home form has been exceptional this season, and that could make all the difference in this one with a place at Wembley in the semi-finals at stake.
Fulham ran us all the way in the Premier League fixture at Craven Cottage and Casemiro’s absence will make winning this game harder.
We’ll go with a 1-0 home win, but if Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes decide to take the game by the scruff off the neck, United can make it a more comfortable afternoon’s work.