Manchester United host Leicester City tonight for the eagerly-anticipated 2018/19 Premier League season curtain raiser.
Despite intense media speculation that England hero Harry Maguire may have made a summer switch to Old Trafford, deadline day has been and gone and the defender has remained with the Foxes.
Northern Ireland international Jonny Evans - a former Manchester United player - is unlikely to feature in this one because of injury and it remains to be seen exactly how many World Cup stars either manager selects for tonight's showdown.
What time is kick-off? The game gets under way tonight at 8pm (GMT)
How can I watch it? TV channel and live streaming: Sky Sports Premier League, also available on Sky Go or Now TV
Who is the man in the middle? The match referee is Andre Marriner
Preseason form: Manchester United DDLWL, Leicester City WDLDW
Odds: Manchester United 1/2, Draw 16/5, Leicester 7/1
Last time: The last time the two teams met in the Premier League at Old Trafford, Manchester United ran out 2-0 winners thanks to second-half goals from Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini.