Monday August 4
More than 10,000 tickets have already been sold for United's trip to London Road on Monday night. Supporters have until 5pm today to buy a ticket as none are available on the night.
Tickets cost £15 terracing or £20 seating for adults, £12 for students, pensioners and the disabled and £5 for under 16s.
Fans will be unsegregated, but reds will be on the Moyes End Terrace and in the Main Stand section A
Call: 0844 847 1934 or go here (you have to register before buying online). All tickets bought at this stage must be collected on the night of the match.
Here's a map of the ground.
Driving is by far the best bet. According to Green Flag, it will cost you £29.26 to get there and back.
If you're looking to go by train, travel after 10am else you'll get ripped off with ticket prices.
There are trains at 20 minutes past the hour from Piccadilly, but the majority change at Leeds, York or Nuneaton.
It's not cheap though. Adult return tickets cost £59.20.
The best direct one for those early drinkers is this:
Leave Manchester: 10.38
Arrive Peterborough: 13:35
There are a couple of ways of getting back to Manchester after the game. The match will end at 21:30, which means you've got 24 minutes to get back to the station to get home at a decent hour.
It's a 20-minute walk from the ground to Peterborough Train Station and probably £8 or so in a taxi there, so you should be alright.
Leave Peterborough: 21:54
Arrive Nuneaton: 23:08
Leave Nuneaton: 23:33
Arrive Manchester Piccadilly: 01:10
Leave Peterborough: 22:47
Arrive York: 00:41
Leave York: 02:00
Arrive Manchester Piccadilly: 03:59
The word on Red Issue is there are plenty of boozers to choose from.
Mrs Robbo said: "Charters is a pub on a barge moored on the River Nene about five minutes walk from the ground - real ale pub with a Thai restaurant upstairs - nice outside drinking area (if the weather's okay).
"The Cherry Tree in Oundle Road is also five minutes away, The Peacock in London Road and the Palmerston Arms are about 10 minutes away.
"If you're coming by train it's worth visiting the Brewery Tap across the dual carriageway from the station and about 15 minutes from the ground - no colours allowed in the Brewery Tap though."