The Red Devils that will be turning out in their national colours.
It’s the international break which means no Premier League football, but Manchester United fans fear not as you can see many of your stars in action for their respective countries.
Here is a roundup of whereabouts in the world United’s squad will be heading.
BELGIUM v Croatia (Oct 11), v Wales (Tue 15).
The midfielder has decided to have the surgery the 25-year-old requires on a damaged wrist after the international break, meaning Fellaini will be in contention to play.
If Belgium are able to draw their first World Cup qualifier with Croatia on Friday then the side will book their place in Brazil next summer.
ECUADOR v Uruguay (Oct 11), Chile (Oct 15).
Despite not having enjoyed the best of seasons for United so far, the Ecuadorian will need to be on good form in these tricky World Cup qualifiers.
Ecuador are fourth in the South American table, sandwiched between upcoming opponents Chile and Uruguay and need positive results to get a place at the tournament.
ENGLAND v Montenegro (Oct 11), Poland (Oct 15).
Michael Carrick, Tom Cleverley, Phil Jones, Wayne Rooney, Chris Smalling, Danny Welbeck
Well there are certainly a few Englishmen ready for the World Cup qualifiers that hail from Old Trafford.
Rooney will almost certainly start both crucial matches, whilst Carrick, Jones and Welbeck have very legitimate causes for appearing as well, as England know their fate is in their hands.
FRANCE v Australia (Oct 11), Finland (Oct 15).
The French have just the one World Cup qualifier left knowing that Spain are likely to top the group, meaning that the match against Finland could be essentially meaningless.
However, Evra will be wanting to establish himself as the preferred left-back ahead of the competition in Brazil.