Manchester United aim to extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to 18 games. Southampton head to Old Trafford having taken seven points from their last possible nine.
The Premier League match kicks off at 8pm tonight.
Live coverage of the game will be shown by Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky One and Pick.
However, there is also a way to watch the match for free.
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Sky has made the game free-to-air on its Pick channel, which can be found on Sky (channel 159), Freeview (channel 11), Freesat (channel 144) and Virgin Media (channel 165).
Those watching on Freeview can stream the action using built-in Freeview TV or the mobile app.
Or for those streaming on NOW TV, free-to-air games will be shown on Sky One, which is available on the Entertainment Pass.
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Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: “Southampton’s a very fine football club with traditions and you can see it is a proper football club.
“I wasn’t expecting any changes (after the 9-0). I’ve followed Ralph’s time there and you know what he’s doing.
“I’ve got huge respect for the way that both the club and they have turned it around.
“Let’s call it a German, aggressive rock and roll style of football. It’s direct, it’s high energy, it’s hard work, but it’s difficult to play against.
“And if you want to be part of his team, you’ve got to be able to run 10km, 11km, 12km. You’ve got to be able to sprint.
“We’ve watched quite a few games and I really enjoy watching them because it’s high entertainment and high energy all the time.”
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl: “In the beginning, people did not underestimate him [Solskjaer] as he had a very good start and was winning all the games. Then it was the opposite.
“Now it’s a little bit special for everyone around the world to see what he’s doing and that’s a problem in our business.
“It’s more important that he is convinced about what he is doing and at the moment he is proving all the experts wrong.
“The signing in the winter has helped them massively. That is clear. The team is completely reorganised and very different, but still the big challenges are to come.
“With such a club, it’s always important that you don’t just have a good 100 metre record but one for the marathon.
“To be successful with such a club you have to develop the team and game every day over the whole season – you can never stop learning and improving.
“And never stop winning because winning is normal and losing is always a disaster so that’s the challenge with these sort of clubs. Right now, he’s doing a good job in that respect.”
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