Now, it’s revealed the match has been delayed. Players are still at their hotels and the Premier League don’t have a time in mind.
There’s now a meeting taking place behind the scenes, with staff determined to find out if any coronavirus bubbles have been breached.
The Athletic’s Laurie Whitwell has revealed there are now ‘serious doubts’ the match will commence.
And Stan Collymore has taken to social media to explain teams have ‘no planned departure time’ from their hotels.
Collymore has since tweeted again to say the match will get under way at 6.30pm.
It emerged before the fixture that United were worried about team buses being targeted, while also fearing a rescheduling of the match.
And with supporters continuing to cause chaos, what ultimately happens remains to be seen.
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