Manchester United welcome West Ham United back to Old Trafford for a Football League Cup quarter-final scheduled to kick-off at 20:00 on Wednesday, November 30 and you can find all the live stream information including kick-off time in our match preview right here.
Manchester United have escalating problems.
They are still without defensive pair Eric Bailly (knee ligament) and Chris Smalling (broken toe), while a number of other players will also be unavailable.
Influential midfielder Paul Pogba, for instance, will be suspended for winning himself a booking because of a theatrical dive during United's 1-1 draw with West Ham in the Premier League at the weekend. It was his fifth booking of the season and means he will miss the return of the Hammers on Wednesday evening.
This, combined with the prospect of manager Jose Mourinho facing a two-match ban after getting himself sent to the stands highlights United's issues off the field.
Of course, they also have problems on the pitch.
They lack ingenuity in the attacking third and have completely lost their invincible aura from a Sir Alex Ferguson era that now feels long gone. Old Trafford is no longer a fortress and West Ham, who have their own problems, will feel emboldened to go and get a win after sealing a healthy 2-1 fourth round win over Chelsea.
Interestingly, both sides have depleted defensive line-ups, meaning this game could deliver goals from both sides, much like it did last weekend. Though United have players missing, they still have a strong foursome up top - Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Juan Mata - but West Ham have a physical prowess and aerial threat from players like Michail Antonio.
Mourinho will look to win the whole competition as a tournament win can help absolve any intensifying scrutiny of his position but Slaven Bilic will be confident of securing progression for West Ham himself.
Man United take on West Ham on Wednesday and this one promises to be a must-see match.