Soccer fans across the world are set for a treat this summer as some of the top teams in the Premier League ramp up their preparations for the new season.
The undoubted highlight sees Manchester giants United and City do battle in Houston as part of the lucrative International Champions Cup.
The two teams were due to meet in China last year, but heavy rain left the Bird’s Nest pitch “unplayable”.
The game, scheduled for Thursday 20 July, will be the first ever Manchester derby played overseas and it will be worth checking these bonus codes for UK sportsbooks if you fancy a wager.
As part of their US tour, United will take on Spanish duo Real Madrid and Barcelona as well as MLS sides LA Galaxy and Real Salt Lake.
Per Guadiola’s City side are also set to face Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur during their time in the States.
Ahead of the game against City, Spurs will meet French side Paris Saint-Germain in Florida on July 23, before travelling to New Jersey to meet AS Roma three days later.
Swansea City are also visiting the USA during the 2017 Premier League pre-season to play three fixtures.
The Swans kick-off on July 16 against Philadelphia Union in Pennsylvania, before meeting Richmond Kickers in Virginia four days later.
They finish their tour on July 23 at WakeMed Soccer Park against North Carolina.
Big guns Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are also on their travels this summer, as the Premier League looks to connect further with its fans overseas.
Chelsea start in China on July 22 with a high-profile meeting with Arsenal, before visiting Singapore for their International Champions Cup fixtures against Bayern Munich and Internazionale.
Australia is the opening destination for Arsenal, with games scheduled against Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers at the ANZ Stadium.
The Gunners then face Bayern at the Shanghai Stadium on July 19, before heading to Beijing to meet Chelsea.
Liverpool will visit Hong Kong during July to play Crystal Palace and either West Bromwich Albion or Leicester City, but head back to Europe to complete their pre-season.
The Reds play Hertha Berlin on July 29, before facing Bayern at the Allianz Arena three days later.
They will face either Atletico Madrid or Napoli the following day. Jurgen Klopp’s side then travel to Dublin to meet Athletic Bilbao at the Aviva Stadium.
West Ham United will visit Germany to face Werder Bremen twice in two days at the end of the month, before travelling to Finland to meet Man City.