Manchester United face Fulham on the final day of the Premier League season, but the game at Old Trafford will not be broadcast live on TV in the UK or Ireland.
We have the info you need on how to catch up on the action from Manchester.
When is Manchester United v Fulham?
Manchester United face Fulham at Old Trafford on the final day of the Premier League season. The game kicks off at 16:30 in Manchester, on Sunday May 28th.
Why is Manchester United v Fulham not on TV?
With Manchester United sealing Champions League football with victory against Chelsea on Thursday, and Fulham guaranteed to finish in 10th in the table, there is little at stake other than finishing the season on a high.
Every game of the final round of the Premier League kicks off at the same time and, with three teams battling for safety at the other end of the table, Sky Sports and BT Sport have decided against broadcasting Manchester United v Fulham live on TV.
Can I watch highlights of the game on TV?
The game will be featured on the final Match of the Day of the 2022-23 season, which gets underway on BBC One at 10:30pm on Sunday night.
Sky Sports will also show half-hour highlights of Manchester United v Fulham on TV at 1:30am on Sunday night, on their Sky Sports Premier League channel (Sky channel 402).
Manchester United's in-house TV station MUTV (Sky channel 418) will show a full re-run of the game v Fulham at midnight on Sunday into Monday morning.
Form guide and head-to-head
Manchester United secured a top four finish with a 4-1 win over Chelsea on Thursday night, and can finish in third place with a win against Fulham on Sunday. They have lost only one home league game all season - on the opening day against Brighton - and have won their last five Premier League games at Old Trafford.
After a brilliant start to the season, Fulham are guaranteed of a top-half finish. A tricky run of fixtures to close the season saw them lose out to Manchester City and Liverpool in recent weeks, though they have taken two wins and a draw from their last three games, including a riveting 5-3 win over Leicester City.
When the two sides met in November, in the last game before the break for the FIFA World Cup, an injury-time goal from teenager Alejandro Garnacho snatched the three points for Manchester United in memorable fashion at Craven Cottage.
ALEJANDRO GARNACHO!! ⚡💥
A new star is born...🌟 pic.twitter.com/cIokBafVTB
— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) November 13, 2022
Manchester United and Fulham also met in a controversial FA Cup quarter-final in March, with Willian, Aleksandar Mitrovic, and manager Marco Silva all sent off in a 3-1 defeat for the Cottagers.
Both sides will hope to finish the season on a high note at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon.