Manchester United are set to take on old foes Leeds in a showpiece friendly in Australia.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s United got their pre-season scheduled off to a winning start, beating Perth Glory 2-0 thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford and James Garner.
They are now set to take on Championship side Leeds before jetting off to Singapore for their International Champions Cup clashes.
United, who face Chelsea in their opening Premier League clash on August 11, performed well against Perth but Solskjaer will be eager for more.
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Man United vs Leeds: Date and kick off time
The pre-season friendly will take place on Wednesday, July 17 and will kick off at 12pm UK time – that’s 7pm in Australia.
The match will be held at 65,000-seater Optus Stadium.
Man United vs Leeds: TV channel and live stream
The match will be broadcast live on MUTV in the UK.
To access the channel, fans will have to pay for either a one, six or twelve-month pass. The cost of a one month subscription is £7.99.
MUTV is also available on Sky and Virgin, and costs £7 per month.
Man United vs Leeds: Team news
United ace Luke Shaw, who was injured against Perth, could be fit to face Leeds while Lee Grant, Eric Bailly, Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku are set for their first taste of pre-season action.
New signings Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James both impressed in their first United outings against Perth and are set to feature again.
Leeds currently carry no reported injuries and new winger Helder Costa, who recently joined on a loan from Wolves, will be hoping to make his debut for The Whites.
Highly-rated youngster Jack Clarke joined Tottenham this summer for £8.5million but is set to face United as his deal saw him loaned back to Leeds.