The two biggest clubs in England will face off in the FA Cup semi-final on Saturday, with Manchester United looking to end their long wait for a trophy and Manchester City looking to continue their quest for an unprecedented quadruple.
United have not won a major trophy since 2017, and they will be desperate to end that drought in front of their home fans at Old Trafford. City, meanwhile, are looking to win their fourth trophy of the season after already winning the Premier League, the League Cup and the Community Shield.
The two teams have met twice already this season, with City winning both games. However, United will be confident of causing an upset on Saturday, particularly as they will be playing at home.
The match is scheduled to kick off at 3pm GMT on Saturday, April 22. It will be broadcast live on BBC One in the UK and on ESPN+ in the US.
Manchester United will be without the injured Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane and Scott McTominay for the match. However, they will be boosted by the return of Cristiano Ronaldo, who missed the last game with a hip injury.
Manchester City will be without the suspended Kyle Walker and the injured John Stones. However, they will be able to call upon Kevin De Bruyne, who has recovered from a hamstring injury.
This is a tough match to call, but I think Manchester United will have too much for Manchester City on their home ground. I am predicting a 2-1 win for United.
The match will be broadcast live on BBC One in the UK and on ESPN+ in the US. You can also watch the match live online on the BBC iPlayer or ESPN+ website.
The match will be refereed by Michael Oliver. The stadium capacity for the match is 74,879. The ticket price for the match is £50 for adults and £25 for children.
This is a huge match for both Manchester United and Manchester City. The winner will take a big step towards winning the FA Cup, and they will also gain a psychological advantage over their rivals. I am predicting a close match, but I think Manchester United will have too much for Manchester City on their home ground.