David Moyes will be hoping his Manchester United forwards find their shooting boots for Saturday's home clash against Crystal Palace, broadcast live on BT Sport 1 (kick-off 12:45pm, September 14th).
The new Red Devils manager has seen his side fire two consecutive blanks in the Barclays Premier League, failing to score against Chelsea and Liverpool in their last two outings.
And with pressure already mounting on Sir Alex Ferguson's replacement, Palace manager Ian Holloway will fancy the Eagles' chances of causing an upset in the lunch-time kick-off.
The last time 'Ollie' visited Old Trafford, on the final day of 2010-11, his unfancied Blackpool side took a shock 2-1 lead, although United - already confirmed as champions - ran out 4-2 winners in the end.
With the likes of Dwight Gayle, Cameron Jerome and Marouane Chamakh to call upon, this Palace side has far more firepower than the Seasiders had that season.
And as such, BT Sport viewers could be in for an exciting game.
David Moyes may bring in Palace academy product Wilfried Zaha - a big-money signing from Selhurst Park in January - to freshen up his stuttering forward line.
And Belgian midfielder Marouane Fellaini could also make his Manchester United debut after joining from Everton on transfer deadline day.
Manchester United v Crystal Palace is just one of six games to be broadcast on BT Sport on Saturday September 14th.
Over on BT Sport 2 at 12:30pm, viewers can enjoy live coverage of Hearts v Celtic, as the Scottish Premiership champions head east to Tynecastle.
Neil Lennon's men will be eager to impress after struggling against Inverness CT and Dundee Utd - particularly with a Champions League trip to AC Milan on the horizon.
Speaking of the San Siro, BT Sport viewers can enjoy watching Inter Milan v Juventus in Serie A this Saturday at 5pm, live on BT Sport 2.
Alternatively, they can see German champions Borussia Dortmund take on Hamburg in the Bundesliga at 5:20pm, over on BT Sport 1.
The action does not stop there, with Torino v AC Milan broadcast live on BT Sport 1 at 7:45pm, followed by DC United v LA Galaxy in the MLS at 9pm, live on BT Sport 2.