Leeds United and Manchester United are set to face each other twice in five days after their Old Trafford match was allocated a new February slot.
The Premier League game was originally set to take place on September 18 but was postponed due to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, and now it is set to happen on Wednesday, February 8.
Erik ten Hag's side are then due to travel to Elland Road to face Jesse Marsch's men on February 12, with the Red Devils chasing an unlikely title charge and the Whites aiming to dodge another relegation battle.
With both teams into the fourth round of the FA Cup, the February 8 league clash between the old rivals could still be changed again in order to facilitate any replays.
"The Premier League is giving supporters as much notice as possible by announcing this potential fixture date ahead of the FA Cup fourth-round weekend [on January 28-29]," read a statement from the two clubs.
"The Premier League also acknowledges the unique circumstances of the teams playing each other twice in the same week. This is to avoid potential fixture congestion later in the season.
"Should either side require an FA Cup fourth-round replay, the Premier League will look at alternative dates to place this fixture."
Manchester United will face Reading in the FA Cup while Leeds will travel to Boreham Wood or Accrington Stanley.