Man United Fixture List RevealedGriffochaz
Amid Euros drama, the Premier League has today released the fixtures list for the upcoming 2021/22 season.
Man United will have a hot start to their campaign as they face rival Leeds United at Old Trafford on the opening day on 14th August.
The Red Devils won this fixture 6-2 last season in which Scott Mctominay scored the quickest brace in Premier League history.
In United’s first away game of the season, Ole will take his boys down to the south coast to face Southampton at the St Marys Stadium.
The Saints felt the first wrath of Edinson Cavani in this fixture last season when the Uruguayan was subbed on to kickstart the 3-2 comeback win while Southampton also fell victim to a 9-0 drubbing at the hands of United last campaign.
The Boxing Day fixture is always something to keep an eye on and it’s a battle of the United’s as Man United take on Newcastle in Tyneside.
Ole managed two 4-1 victories over Newcastle, one last season and the other on Boxing Day in 2019.
The final day can often be pivotal in the season whether you are fighting for Top 4 or even the title.
Man United end the campaign away at Crystal Palace, a team that has caused a few problems for The Red Devils over recent times.
The full fixture list can be seen below:
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Leeds United – 14th August
Southampton vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 21st August
Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 28th August
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Newcastle United – 11th September
West Ham United vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 18th September
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Aston Villa – 25th September
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Everton – 2nd October
Leicester City vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 16th October
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Liverpool – 23rd October
Tottenham Hotspur vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 30th October
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Manchester City – 6th November
Watford vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 20th November
Chelsea vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 27th November
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Arsenal – 30th November
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Crystal Palace – 4th December
Norwich City vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 11th December
Brentford vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 14th December
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Brighton and Hove Albion – 18th December
Newcastle United vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 26th December
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Burnley – 28th December
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers – 1st January
Aston Villa vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 15th January
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. West Ham United – 22nd January
Burnley vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 8th February
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Southampton – 12th February
Leeds United vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 19th February
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Watford – 26th February
Manchester City vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 5th March
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Tottenham Hotspur – 12th March
Liverpool vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 19th March
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Leicester City – 2nd April
Everton vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 9th April
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Norwich City – 16th April
Arsenal vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 23rd April
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Brentford – 30th April
Brighton and Hove Albion vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 7th May
MANCHESTER UNITED vs. Chelsea – 15th May
Crystal Palace vs. MANCHESTER UNITED – 22nd May
***Fixtures Subject to Change Dates and Times***
Man United will have it difficult as they play each of the “Big Six” in a row excluding the Watford fixture in October and November.
March is also a month from hell as the club faces Man City, Liverpool and Spurs which you would expect would all be fighting for something significant at that point.
The Red Devils are also two away matches from history and if they avoid defeat against Southampton and Wolves then United will have the longest unbeaten run away from home in Premier League history.
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