Simon Stone, BBC Sport
I went to Carrington to watch the first 15 minutes of Manchester United training before their trip to Denmark for the Champions League group game against Copenhagen.
Special interest was paid to whether striker Marcus Rashford was there after he missed Saturday's win at Fulham, sparking rumours of a fallout with manager Erik ten Hag, which the player went on social media to deny.
Rashford was there, wearing a woolly hat to protect him from the cold and rainy Manchester weather.
He seemed in decent spirits too. There were certainly a lot of smiles as the United squad split into two groups for a rondo session, where two players try to win the ball in a tight circle.
Rashford has only scored once for United so far this season and, with a minimum of a draw required to keep their hopes of securing a knockout berth in their own hands, Wednesday would be a good time to add to that meagre tally.