Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho
Tonight sees the launch of Friday Night Football in the Premier League as Manchester United welcome Southampton under the Sky television cameras.
All eyes will be on Paul Pogba as he gets ready to make his second Old Trafford bow to kick off a series of 10 Friday fixtures presented by Soccer Saturday supremo Jeff Stelling and Countdown numbers lady Rachel Riley as part of the new bumper TV deal.
Of course this is not the first time a match has been televised on a Friday night as Sky regularly shows Championship games in that slot.
It is not the first Friday night Premier League fixture either, with United's game against Aston Villa last season moved back a day due to security concerns.
However, the new schedule begins for good tonight as Jose Mourinho's side host the Saints in their first home fixture of the Portuguese manager's reign.
With just a few hours to go until it kicks off, the good folk of Twitter seemed pretty excited for the promise of Friday night Premier League games.
IM SO READY FOR FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL GAMES OMG— lyssa (@Alyssa_Reina) August 19, 2016
Whoever thought of the idea of Friday Night Football should be knighted— brad (@_brad_walkerr) August 19, 2016
Friday night football with Rachel Riley tonight— Josh Bradshaw (@Jaybe07) August 19, 2016
Friday night football sound— Brog (@janstannn) August 19, 2016
HAPPY FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL EVERYBODY— amanda (@amandaharley_) August 19, 2016
Beyond excited for some Friday Night Football tonight!!!!— Sydney Huffman (@SydClaire25) August 19, 2016
Friday night football tonight unreal that and Rachel Riley and Jeff stelling presenting does it get better no people it does not— dr caaz (@caazbucket) August 19, 2016
But not all reaction to FNF has been positive.
'It seems the heart is being ripped out of football in this country': Saints fans on Sky's Friday night football https://t.co/wfbcKl1Ty1— Adrian Tempany (@AdrianTempany) August 19, 2016
Not to keen on this Friday night football idea. League football is for Saturday's but if Rooney is dropped tonight I will be happy. #MUFC— Truth Army (@Todaysopinionis) August 19, 2016
Monday night football > Friday night football.— Aneesh Chandoke (@AneeshChandoke) August 19, 2016
Not getting the logic of friday game but no monday game. Tv schedule is still same?
So where do you stand on the Friday Night Football malarkey? Let us know in the comments below!