MANCHESTER UNITED will be taking nothing for granted as they welcome League Two Colchester United in their Carabao Cup quarter final.
The Red Devils needed penalties to get past Rochdale in round three, but were far more impressive with a 2-1 away win against Chelsea in the fourth round.
The visiting Essex outfit are the only side from the fourth tier remaining in the competition and have already shown they can pack a punch by knocking out Tottenham on penalties.
What time does Man Utd vs Colchester kick off?
This Carabao Cup clash will take place on Wednesday, December 18.
It will kick off at 8pm.
The match will be held at Old Trafford.
What TV channel is Man Utd vs Colchester on and can I live stream it?
Unfortunately, Man Utd vs Colchester will not be shown live on UK television.
Oxford United's clash against Manchester City has been handed the TV slot.
But, you can follow all the action of the game right here with our LIVE BLOG.
What are the latest odds?
Unsurprisingly, Manchester United are the strong favourites for this one with Ladbrokes odds as follows:
Man Utd 2/13
What is the team news?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be expected to ring the changes once again, with Mason Greenwood expected to start after his superb run of form in the senior team.
Paul Pogba is still out, despite recovering from his injury – with the Frenchman now struck down by illness after attending his brother's wedding.
Marcos Rojo continues to be missing from action with a muscle problem, while Demetri Mitchell is also out.
Diogo Dalot could feature after returning from injury, but Solskjaer remarked that he would be the only one in his pre-match press conference.
Eric Bailly and Timothy Fosu-Mensah are also sidelined.
Meanwhile, Colchester could field some names familiar to Premier League fans.
West Ham supporters will know of Frank Nouble, who spent three years at the Hammers after coming through the Chelsea academy.
Cohen Bramall joined the U's in the summer after failing to make the grade at Arsenal.