Manchester United’s trip to Brentford has been rearranged for January 19, with an 8pm GMT kick-off.
The match had to be rescheduled following the recent flurry of COVID-19-related postponements.
BT Sport will be televising the match and it will be United’s first trip to the Brentford Community Stadium.
It will also be our first competitive fixture with the newly promoted side since 1975, which ended a goalless draw at Griffin Park.
However, the Premier League still has 15 matches left to rearrange between now and the end of the season – in addition to other matches that may get postponed.
Have Manchester United more matches that need rescheduling?
In short: yes.
Manchester United vs Brighton has yet to be given a date or time, but the league will need time to rejig their calendar to make sure it doesn’t clash with other competitions.
Other matches that need rescheduling include:
Arsenal vs Liverpool
Arsenal vs Wolves
Aston Villa vs Burnley
Brighton vs Tottenham
Burnley vs Everton
Burnley vs Tottenham
Chelsea vs Arsenal
Everton vs Newcastle
Leeds vs Aston Villa
Leicester vs Norwich
Liverpool vs Leeds
Southampton vs Newcastle
Watford vs Crystal Palace
Wolves vs Watford