Manchester United vs Liverpool's Premier League meeting was cancelled due to fan protests occurring before the game, so when will the two sides meet?
Manchester United and Liverpool were set to battle it out in their highly-anticipated Premier League clash at Old Trafford on May 2, but the game was ultimately called off.
The game was cancelled due to the fan protests taking place at the stadium, with the match first delayed and then ultimately postponed to a later date.
So when will the game be played? Goal takes a look.
When could Man Utd vs Liverpool be played?
There has been no information yet for when the game could be rescheduled for, but finding a new slot will be tricky as clubs will be wrapping up their seasons in May ahead of the summer.
Both clubs don't have much space to accommodate such a high-profile game, with Man Utd's next game against Roma in the Europa League on May 6, while Liverpool face Southampton on May 8 in the Premier League.
Man Utd are also expected to play the Europa League final on May 26, though that is three days after the final day of Premier League fixtures, where all teams are due to play their last matches at the same time on May 23.
Both sides are also set to play in the final midweek of the Premier League, after the competition's announcement that the second-to-last games would take place on May 18 and May 19 so that clubs can have one game with fans before the season ends.
Goal will keep this page updated with new details once they have been confirmed by the clubs and broadcaster.
Why was Man Utd vs Liverpool called off?
Man Utd vs Liverpool was called off due to protests led by Red Devils fans taking place both inside and outside of Old Trafford, with the match officially postponed due to "safety and security considerations".
The game was initially scheduled to take place at 4:30pm BST on Sunday (11:30am ET), but due to the growing protests and presence of fans inside the stadium that began a couple of hours earlier, there were doubts that the match would even go ahead.
A small number of fans managed to gain entry into the stadium, occupying the pitch and attempting to enter the dressing rooms.
Joel Glazer penned a letter to fans following the club's infamous decision to participate in the European Super League, before withdrawing from the competition due to the overwhelming negative raction from supporters and media figures alike.
Glazer wrote: "You made very clear your opposition to the European Super League, and we have listened. We got it wrong, and we want to show that we can put things right."
The letter added: "In seeking to create a more stable foundation for the game, we failed to show enough respect for its deep-rooted traditions – promotion, relegation, the pyramid – and for that we are sorry."
During the protests, however, banners with statements reading 'APOLOGY NOT ACCEPTED' were strewn.
A statement from the Manchester United Supporters Trust (MUST) read: "Supporters turned up on the day of a game they could not even attend, to peacefully protest and speak with one clear voice about the change that needs to happen at our club," the statement said.
"On the back of the indefensible [Super League] proposals, and an 'apology' from the Glazers which we do not accept, we need to give fans a meaningful share in the ownership of United and a meaningful voice in how it is run."
Man Utd & Liverpool fixture list
|May 6||Roma vs Man Utd||Europa League|
|May 8||Liverpool vs Southampton||Premier League|
|May 9||Aston Villa vs Man Utd||Premier League|
|May 12||Man Utd vs Leicester||Premier League|
|May 16||West Brom vs Liverpool||Premier League|
|May 19||Burnley vs Liverpool & Man Utd vs Fulham||Premier League|
|May 23||Liverpool vs Crystal Palace & Wolves vs Man Utd||Premier League|
|May 26||Europa League final||Europa League|
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