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Solskjaer's men are now unbeaten in nine matches, winning six of those games, ahead of Sunday's Premier League showdown with bitter rivals Manchester City at Old Trafford. As for Derby, they have three days to pick themselves up before hosting Blackburn Rovers on their return to Championship action.
Manchester United beat Derby County 3-0 at Pride Park to set up an FA Cup quarter-final trip to Norwich City. Shaw opened the scoring for United after 33 minutes with a shot that deflected off Lingard and looped over Roos. Ighalo then took over with a couple of goals and should have scored a hat-trick, only to fire over from a good position late on.
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FULL-TIME: DERBY COUNTY 0-3 MANCHESTER UNITED
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Williams is shown a yellow card late on for a challenge on Bogle.
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GREAT SAVE! Rooney is denied a goal against his former club by a superb Romero save. Rooney gets the free-kick up and over the wall, but Romero watches it all the way and gets a strong hand to the ball to help it over the crossbar.
CHANCE FOR THE HAT-TRICK! Mata plays a nice pass into the feet of Ighalo, who waits for the ball to drop before firing over the crossbar. He should have been converting.
Lindelof slips and Bailly pulls out of a challenge, but Lowe runs out of space to operate in and the ball rolls out of play for a goal-kick. Three minutes have been added on at Pride Park.
Rooney exchanges passes in the final third and, for pretty much the first time today, is given space to get a shot away 25 yards from goal. The ball ends in the stands - not what those travelling United fans were used to seeing during his time at Old Trafford.
United are full of confidence in the closing stages of this one-sided contest. Lingard is proving to be a real threat and is constantly being fouled.
Lingard is clearly fouled by Bird and United have a free-kick around 40 yards from goal. It is played short to Williams down the left, then played across to the right, where Pereira is waiting to cut inside and shoot wide.
WIDE! Lingard improvises with a toe-poked shot from the edge of the box. Roos is happy to watch it trickle wide of the target.
Cocu brings on Shinnie for the lively Sibley in his final change of the contest.
Shaw is off and Williams on in United's third change. Shaw departs having netted the opener for the visitors in this straightforward win.
Sibley's long-ranger strikes Bailly and trickles through for Romero to gather. The home fans shout for handball, but it hit the United centre-back on the ribs.
GOOD EFFORT! From pretty much out of nowhere, Marriott gets on the end of Rooney's long pass and fires a first-time shot on target from an angle. Romero dives down to his right to make a fingertip stop.
United are toying with Derby, who could do with the full-time whistle. Shaw's cross is disappointingly overhit straight behind for a goal-kick.
Dalot blazes a shot high and wide from a promising position. United are finding it far too easy to work shooting positions.
Martial is brought on for Fred with United three goals ahead.
Ighalo turns down the chance to take on the shot for his hat-trick. He instead tees up Mata for a strike that is well off target.
Worryingly for Derby, Martial is being stripped down ready to come on.
GOOOOOAAAAALLL!!!! DERBY 0-3 UNITED!!! Ighalo slips in Mata down the right and the return pass sets him up nicely to shoot. The first attempt hits Bogle in front of goal, but he buries his next effort into the roof of the net.
Derby looked good value for a goal in the early stages of the second half, but they have since gone off the boil. Instead it is United who seem the more likely side to score the game's third goal.
Marriott replaces Waghorn in the second of Derby's changes.
Fernandes has put in another good shift today. He is replaced by Pereira for the final 23 minutes or so.
BEATEN AWAY! A well-worked United move, with Lingard and Fernandes at the heart of it, culminates in Mata's powerful drive being parried by Roos.
Mata shrugs off a Derby player and has a lot of space to run into. He decides against shooting and instead plays in Fernandes down the right, but the cross is blocked.
Bailly barges into Sibley, who had just poked the ball past him, to earn himself a yellow card.
SAVE! Roos races off his line to head clear a searching pass before Fernandes can get to it. He is a long way off his line and Mata attempts to ping one in from range, but the Derby keeper gets back to make the save.
McTominay goes in hard on Sibley, clearly still unhappy with the earlier incident that saw the Derby youngster escape punishment.
Manchester United have progressed from 45 of their last 46 FA Cup ties against sides from a lower division (including finals), only failing against Leeds United in January 2010 during that run.
Just under an hour has been played and United are pretty comfortable given they lead by two goals. Derby have been the better side in the second half, though, and one goal for the hosts will change the complexion of the game entirely.
SHAW DENIED! Shaw is picked out by Fernandes in the box and tries to squeeze a shot past Roos at his near post. The Derby keeper keeps out the attempt with his leg. McTominay pulls a shot wide moments later.
Bogle overhits a cross from the right and Knight is unable to keep the move alive on the opposite side. Derby are on top and need to make this spell of pressure count.
Replays do not look kind for Sibley, who definitely caught McTominay in the face long after the ball had gone. There is no VAR in operation and he escapes any punishment.
United have been really sluggish at the start of the second half. McTominay is not happy with Sibley after being caught in the face by the Derby midfielder's boot while both players were on the floor.
NEARLY! It goes without saying that Derby need the game's next goal if they are to stay alive in the tie. They have started the second half well, with Waghorn directing Bogle's inch-perfect cross spinning inches wide of the far post.
SHOT! Lowe is played in down the left. The full-back has time and space to pick out a team-mate, but his cross for Waghorn is overhit. From the next attacking wave, Bird's shot takes a touch off Lindelof on its way through to Romero, who watches it all the way.
RESTART! United get us back under way at Pride Park, where neither manager made any changes at the interval.
Derby more than held their own for half an hour, but they now face an uphill task if they are to stay in the cup. Cocu has lost Lawrence to injury, though he can still call upon the likes of Martin and Marriott. As for United boss Solskjaer, he has Martial and Greenwood among his attacking back-up options.
United take a 2-0 lead into half-time against Derby thanks to goals from Shaw and Ighalo. Shaw opened the scoring for the visitors after 33 minutes with a miscued shot that deflected off Lingard and looped over Roos. Ighalo then doubled United's tally with his second goal for the club, the ex-Nigeria international tucking in from close range after being played in by Shaw.
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HALF-TIME: DERBY COUNTY 0-2 MANCHESTER UNITED
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Rooney stops Fred from counter-attacking and is shown a yellow card.
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Knight pulls the ball back for Waghorn, who puts his foot through it. The shot hits Fred, then Lindelof and then Bailly. Derby appeal for handball in the midst of all that, but referee Craig Pawson waves away the weak appeals.
Three minutes have been added on at the end of the first half at Pride Park.
Lawrence limps off the field against his former club after struggling to shake off the Achilles injury sustained a little earlier. Whittaker is on in his place.
Lawrence has gone back down and will surely be unable to continue. Derby boss Cocu is going to have to make a substitution before half-time.
Manchester United striker Odion Ighalo has scored in consecutive starts in all competitions in English football for the first time since December 2015 for Watford, when he scored in four in a row
GOOOOAAAAALLLL!!!! DERBY 0-2 UNITED!!! Ighalo doubles United's lead at Pride Park! Shaw threads the ball through to the striker, who squeezes between Lowe and Forsyth before poking a shot past Roos. He gets a little bit of luck with a fortunate bounce, but full credit for tucking it away.
The opening goal has been given to Shaw, but that may well change as it definitely took a touch off Lingard on its way past Roos. In fact, without the deflection it probably would not have looped in. United are looking pretty comfortable at the moment.
PENALTY APPEAL! It looks as though Lawrence will be okay to play on for the time being. Meanwhile, Fernandes' shot hits Evans on the arm inside the box but the referee waves away the penalty appeals. There is no VAR in operation today.
Lawrence hobbles off the pitch. Cocu will wait a couple of minutes before making a decision on whether to take off the Wales international.
Lawrence puts his body on the line to prevent McTominay from getting a shot away from the edge of the box. The Derby attacker is booted in the Achilles and stays on the ground.
GOOOOAAAAAALLLLL!!!! DERBY 0-1 UNITED!!! The visitors take the lead through Shaw's fortunate strike. The full-back's shot is hit into the ground and takes a big touch off Lingard, helping it loop over the reach of Roos in the Derby goal.
CHANCE! Lowe gives the ball away and it runs through to Ighalo. The January signing's first touch sets him nicely for the shot, which is aimed too close to Roos.
Fred decides to have a go from a good 30 yards out. His shot is quickly closed down as another United attack fizzles out.
A third of the match has been played and neither side have really done enough to deserve the lead. United have had 67 per cent of the ball but are lacking a cutting edge in the final third.
SAVE! Mata does not have much space to operate in on the edge of the Derby box but he still gets a shot away. He tries to poke it into the bottom left-corner, but Roos gets down to his right to make a fairly routine save.
Derby County's Wayne Rooney has failed to score in six appearances against former side Manchester United. The last player to score an FA Cup goal against United having previously played for them was Danny Welbeck with Arsenal in March 2015.
Fernandes is okay to continue playing after being checked over by the United physios. The visitors are continuing to probe away for an opening goal.
Ighalo is unable to connect with an overhead kick when picked out by Fernandes. United's star man Fernandes is down receiving treatment after landing awkwardly following an aerial challenge with Forsyth.
Rooney is playing very deep for Derby, but he is having a big say on the game. It has been a pretty balanced opening quarter to the fifth-round tie at Pride Park. Remember, this game will go to extra-time and penalties if required.
ROONEY DENIED BY ROMERO! The headline was very nearly written as Rooney's free-kick from 22 yards is heading for the bottom-left corner, if not for Romero's fine save down low.
Sibley leads a Derby counter and is taken out by Shaw, who is shown the first yellow card of the contest.
Fernandes' shot from range hits a Derby player and goes behind for a corner. The set-piece is headed well clear, but United are now starting to grow into the contest.
Shaw makes a good run in behind and is slipped in by Fernandes. The cutback into the centre is blocked for a corner by Evans.
Solskjaer is urging his players to get higher up the pitch. United have offered very little in an attacking sense so far, failing to create any chances or indeed muster a single shot.
Derby have been the more threatening side so far. Lowe's cross from the left is overhit, but Knight fizzes it in from the other flank. The ball drops in the six-yard box, with Romero getting nowhere near it, though nobody in a white shirt can convert.
JUST WIDE! Sibley charges towards the United box and gets a shot away from around 25 yards, flashing the ball just wide of the right-hand post. Half of the ground thought that was going in!
Neither side have managed to get a shot away so far, blocked or otherwise. United saw a lot of the ball in the first five minutes, but Derby have grown into the contest.
Rooney's floated free-kick is headed to the edge of the box by Dalot. Lawrence wants to take on the shot but he does not have the time to do so.
The ball goes out off Forsyth for the first corner of the match, which comes to little as Derby stand firm.
Mata and Fernandes linked up well against Club Brugge last week and they are looking to build on that today. They exchange passes down the right but Fernandes' cross is blocked.
Bogle's attempted throughball for Rooney takes a touch off a United player and rolls through for Romero to collect.
The visitors are dominating possession in the early stages. Fernandes is dropping deep to start attacking moves, but United are not really getting near the final third.
KICK-OFF! Derby, who knocked United out of the EFL Cup last season, get us up and running at Pride Park.
The teams are coming out onto the pitch at Pride Park, with kick-off just moments away. The winners of this tie will travel to Norwich City for a place in the semi-finals.
Derby County have lost their last eight FA Cup ties against Manchester United, most recently in the third round two seasons ago. The last time they beat United in the competition was at the quarter-final stage in 1896-97.
Solskjaer has made six changes to United's starting line-up on the back of Sunday's 1-1 draw with Everton. Harry Maguire drops out after rolling his ankle in training, his place in the side being taken by Bailly. Romero comes in for De Gea, while Dalot, captain-for-the-day Mata, Lingard and Ighalo take over from Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Matic, Greenwood and Martial.
Rooney has been handed the captain's armband for this clash against former club United, who he represented for 13 years. Derby show four changes from their win against Sheffield Wednesday last weekend, with Evans, Lowe, Sibley and Roos being recalled in place of Andre Wisdom, Clarke, Martin and Hamer.
Subs: Nemanja Matic, Andreas Pereira, Axel Tuanzebe, Brandon Williams, Anthony Martial, David de Gea, Mason Greenwood.
UNITED XI (4-2-3-1): Sergio Romero; Diogo Dalot, Victor Lindelof, Eric Bailly, Luke Shaw; Scott McTominay, Fred; Juan Mata (c), Bruno Fernandes, Jesse Lingard; Odion Ighalo.
Subs: Jack Marriott, Curtis Davies, Ben Hamer, Morgan Whittaker, Chris Martin, Graeme Shinnie, Matthew Clarke.
DERBY XI (4-2-3-1): Kelle Roos; Jayden Bogle, George Evans, Craig Forsyth, Max Lowe; Louie Sibley, Max Bird; Jason Knight, Wayne Rooney (c), Tom Lawrence; Martyn Waghorn.
United appear to have turned a corner under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after going eight games without defeat in all competitions, winning five of those matches. They beat Wolves 1-0 in round three of the FA Cup and thrashed Tranmere Rovers 6-0 in the last round, leaving them on course for a record-equalling 13th triumph in the competition.
Derby have defeated Crystal Palace and Northampton Town to make it this far and are aiming to reach the quarter-finals for the first time since 1998-99. Phillip Cocu's side beat Sheffield Wednesday 3-1 in their most recent Championship outing, but they have struggled to string together wins this term and are down in 13th place in the second tier.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the FA Cup fifth-round tie between Derby County and Manchester United at Pride Park.