The Chelsea boss has never been to Old Trafford during his coaching career – but did play against them in 1999.
Antonio Conte was a member of the Juventus squad that faced Manchester United in the Champions League semi-final and the Italian gave his side the lead in the first leg at Old Trafford.
But any fond memories of playing at the Theatre of Dreams were soon tarnished by Ryan Giggs' late equaliser before United went on to win the second leg.
Antonio Conte last played at Old Trafford when he was a player
Antonio Conte scored on his last visit to Old Trafford in the 1999 Champions League semi-final
The rest is history. But Conte is looking forward to making his coaching debut at the famous ground.
“Coach no, as a player yes. In the Champions League semi-final at Old Trafford, we drew 1-1 and I scored," said Conte.
“I remember because I didn’t score a lot in my career. Ryan Giggs equalised in the last minute.
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“Second leg we were winning 2-1, then we lost 3-2 and Manchester United won the Champions League.
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“I remember a great atmosphere and it must be a great pleasure to play there.
“I think it is a game like another game. The most important is the three points, we face a really strong team.
“There are very strong physically and technically. We must pay great attention, they want to find a place in the next CL and fight for the top four.”