So the teams are out for Manchester United's game at home to Leicester City today. The good news is that Louis van Gaal seems to have ditched the back three, and Adnan Januzaj is given a rare start after being one of only two players (the other being Marcos Rojo) who impressed against Cambridge United in last week's FA Cup farce.
Alas, that there is good news means there is also bad, and it comes in the form of Ander Herrera's continued presence on the subsitute's bench. He, like us, probably thought the injury to Michael Carrick would give him the chance to prove himself with some more regular playing time. He, like us, is being left rather disappointed.
City: Schwarzer, Simpson, Wasilewski, Morgan, De Laet, Drinkwater, King, Vardy, Kramarić, Schlupp, Ulloa. #MnuLei— Leicester City (@OfficialFOXES) January 31, 2015
How to watch
Match time: 3 p.m. GMT, 10 a.m. ET
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester
TV: Those in the U.K. will have to wait until Match of the Day to catch the action, thanks to the Premier League's three o'clock broadcasting rule. Americans will apparently get it on NBC, DirecTV and mun2, with the online option of NBC Sports Live Extra depending on your cable package. In Canada, the game's on TSN and RDS 2. United fans from elsewhere can find out their local TV listings over on Live Soccer TV.