Manchester United are preparing for the return of football domestically and in Europe, Below are their Next Five Fixtures that could see them move into UEFA Champions League spots and secure qualification in Cup Competitions.
Manchester United vs Nottingham Forest
A tricky opposition to face, although they’ve struggled, lost a whole of games in the English Premier League this season however they’re still a side can hold top clubs on the backfoot with the quality in their squad, we saw how they managed to grind out a result against a robust Liverpool side, but we will not dispute the fact that Erik Ten Hag’s are high on confidence, look reborn this campaign and will be aiming to grab all three points in this match.
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Manchester United
To pick up a win away at the Molineux has never an easy task for the Manchester based mostly outfit, in current seasons, the ultimate results have always been close like winning by 1-0, 2-1 margin.
Wolverhampton Wanderers aren’t in the best of form currently, but United alternatively has proven this season that they will get results in tight situations we are able to level again to the sport towards Southampton & Leicester City which they won by a 1-0 scoreline respectively.
I expect United to take advantage of Wolves poor form and secure all three points.
Man United vs Bournemouth
Ever since Scott Parker was sacked, things changed for good under temporary Boss, Gary O’Neil, they’ve gone on to win back to back matches and look a more organised side, and if we’re to compare United record at Old Trafford to Bournemouth, they appear more likely to decide all three points.
This is match that has the potential of delivering plenty goals, I tip towards United getting the job carried out against the Cherries.
Manchester United vs Everton
Next up is a Match against Frank Lampard’s Everton in the Oldest cup competition (FA CUP), Erik Ten Hag wouldn’t wish to take any chances and would take each opportunity he has to keep United in the competition and end their trophy drought, The Toffees alternatively aren’t pushovers and are side able to pulling off an upset in this type of competition.
Man United vs Charlton Athletic.
Another chance for the Red Devils to put themselves a step further in ending their trophy drought, The League one outfit knocked out a Premier league team, Brighton to get to this stage and should not be underrated.
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