Manchester United haven't really been involved in many must-win league games this season. By the time the sharp end of the season rolled around, it's was clear that this campaign was going to be dominated by "Well, a win would be nice, but there's not much point really, since we're all simply waiting for the ignoble, inevitable end to come"-games, which aren't as exciting.
However. With a game in hand on both Arsenal (3rd) and Manchester City (4th), with a gap of just four points to the latter, and with those two teams playing one another later this weekend, we can probably say that if United are going to keep pretending that there still is a race for the Champions League places, then this is a must-win game. Naturally you'll have your own feelings about the consequences of Louis van Gaal qualifying for the Champions League; feel free to share them below.
On the injury front, is more or less as you were. Bastian Schweinsteiger, Luke Shaw and Will Keane are all still crocked; everybody else is okay. Though since Phil Jones, Adnan Januzaj and Andreas Pereira played for the U21s last night, we're unlikely to see them. And Marouane Fellaini is, of course, suspended.
HOW TO WATCH
When: Saturday 7 May 2016, 12:45pm BST, 7:45am EST.
Where: Carrow Road, Norwich, East Anglia. Is there a West Anglia? Nobody ever talks about it.
Television: In Britain you'll want BT Sport 1, in America you'll want NBCSN.
Online: BT Sport live streaming is your legal and above-board solution in the UK, NBC Sports Extra in the USA. For other countries, see LiveSoccerTV.
This is also our Live Thread for the game, so if you're watching near a computer, do stick around and share the pain below.