Your guide to the week ahead at United Manchester United return to action in the Emirates FA Cup this week, while there are also matches for our women’s and Academy sides across the next seven days. Erik ten Hag’s team have not played since Sunday 14 January, when we drew 2-2 with Tottenham, and will make the trip to Rodney Parade to lock horns with League Two outfit Newport County on Sunday, in the fourth round of the Cup. Marc Skinner’s United Women have two matches this week, away to Manchester City in the Continental League Cup on Wednesday before hosting Aston Villa in the WSL on Sunday. And that’s not all, as our Under-18s and Under-21s both have fixtures on Saturday, with the 21s hosting Norwich City at Old Trafford. Read on to see what you can look forward to across a jam-packed week… What can United expect from Newport? Article The Reds travel to Rodney Parade next weekend, with the onus on securing a spot in the fourth round of the FA Cup. MONDAY We will begin the week with further reaction to United Women’s clash with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. The Reds were unfortunately defeated 3-1, although if you missed any of the action and wish to catch up, or simply want to watch the key moments back, short and extended versions of highlights will be available to view on our platforms. There will also be a special UTD Podcast episode coming your way, so be sure to stay tuned for more on that. TUESDAY Keep an eye out for the latest episode of The Debate , where our panellists will discuss the hot topics ahead of the return of Ten Hag’s side. United Women head coach Skinner is set to speak to the media in a press conference, ahead of United Women’s match against Manchester City on Wednesday, and you can watch the media briefing on and in our app. Andre Onana and Cameroon take on Gambia in their final Africa Cup of Nations Group C match, so we will also be bringing you updates on how the Reds goalkeeper gets on. WEDNESDAY It’s derby day for United Women, as Skinner’s team make the short trip to the Joie Stadium to face Manchester City in the Conti Cup. Before the game, watch the Reds manager’s matchday Q&A across our platforms. Kick-off is set for 19:00 GMT and it is being shown live (UK/Ireland) on MUTV. It is also being streamed on The FA Player. As well as live coverage, you can keep up to date in our app and in our blog on for team news, updates and reaction, with highlights following on Thursday. In addition to this, Morocco play Zambia in the AFCON at 20:00 GMT, and we will be providing the latest news from that Group F clash across our platforms, with our midfielder Sofyan Amrabat poised for further action at the tournament. Chelsea 3 United Women 1 Article Our report of proceedings at Stamford Bridge, where the Reds were defeated in our first league outing of 2024. THURSDAY Reaction to City v United Women will continue, with short and extended versions of highlights, before attention turns to the weekend. We will begin to count down to Sunday’s FA Cup trip to Newport County with early team news and an in-depth preview. FRIDAY Press conferences will dominate, with Ten Hag speaking to the media for the first time since the 2-2 draw with Spurs on 14 January. The first part of Erik’s briefing will be available to read about and watch, on and in our app, while the second part will be embargoed until Saturday evening. Other preview content ahead of Sunday’s clash with Newport will also be published, as excitement ramps up towards the FA Cup encounter. Skinner will also conduct a press conference on Friday, ahead of Sunday’s WSL match against Aston Villa at Leigh Sports Village, so stay tuned for that across our platforms. United’s last five first-time cup ties Article Maiden meetings with clubs in the FA Cup have been few and far between for the Reds in recent years. SATURDAY Our Under-18s and Under-21s are in action, with the 18s kicking off against Leeds United at 11:30 GMT at Carrington. The match will be shown live on MUTV, via our official platforms, but we will also be posting team news, plus half-time and full-time updates in our app. A match summary, reaction and highlights will be available on and the app later on. The Under-21s lock horns with Norwich in a 15:00 GMT kick-off at Old Trafford. Due to Premier League fixtures taking place at this time, the young Reds’ Premier League 2 game will not be shown live on MUTV. Team news and updates will, however, be available in all the usual places, with reaction and highlights following the full-time whistle. Tickets are available for the match, and you can get yours here. In the evening, the second part of Ten Hag’s FA Cup press conference will be available from 22:30 GMT. SUNDAY You can see Ten Hag’s customary Matchday Q&A, ahead of United’s FA Cup fourth-round tie against Newport County. Our women’s first team host Aston Villa at Leigh Sports Village in the WSL, with the match taking place at 12:00 GMT. It is being shown live on the FA Player, but radio commentary will be available on MUTV, via our platforms. Team news and updates will be posted in our app, while a match report will follow, along with reaction from Skinner and his players. At 16:30 GMT, Ten Hag’s side will begin our FA Cup tie at Newport County, which is being shown live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer for those who reside in the UK and Ireland. MUTV’s  Match Day Live programme starts at 15:25 GMT, and it will bring you pre-match build-up and post-match reaction from Wales. Stay tuned to our Match Centre too – available on and in our app – throughout the day for exclusive content including interviews, stats and updates. Radio commentary will also be available.

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