Co-owner Gary Neville will join the commentary team for Wednesday night’s EFL Trophy tie, and the only way to listen is to live stream Salford City vs Manchester United Under-21s.
It is a first competitive meeting between the clubs, separated by just five miles but connected intrinsically, and it is also the second time both clubs have been in the competition.
As an invited Academy team, Manchester United Under-21s entered for the first time last season and after topping their group with three wins from three, they were beaten in Round Two away at Tranmere Rovers.
Meanwhile The Ammies reached the Final where we will face Portsmouth when a re-arranged date is decided.
How to live stream
Streaming is now easier for supporters to access while COVID-19 restrictions are in place, and some EFL restrictions have been lifted meaning that supporters can watch on laptop or desktop computer, mobile or tablet through a suitable web browser.
To purchase a match pass, head over to our Live Streaming site and scroll down for the pass options.
In the UK: Match passes are available for £10.
Outside of the UK: Match passes are available for £7.
Commentary passes are available for £2.50 per game, or £4.49 per month for a monthly subscription covering games in all competitions.
This game is not included in the Season Ticket package. Season Ticket packages include an access code for home games in SkyBet League Two only; codes will be sent out later this week ahead of Exeter City on Saturday.