Manchester United is currently 3rd in the Premier League table although they have the same points as Chelsea and Liverpool. However unlike Chelsea and Liverpool, Manchester United is yet to go against any of the 'top 6' Premier League teams.
Despite some recent defects in previous matches, Manchester United has made considerable progress under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but this coming month will be the ultimate test of their Premier League title-winning credentials.
They will face all the big 6 Premier League league teams between October 24th - November 30th.
24th October - Liverpool(H)
On the 24th of October, the Red Devils will invite Liverpool to Old Trafford this season. Liverpool has had a wonderful start to the season as they are yet to lose and have drawn just once in 5 games. This is the first top 6 team Manchester United will play against this season.
30th October - Tottenham(A)
The second 'top 6' team Manchester United will play against will be Tottenham on the 30th of October. This will be a week after they have faced Liverpool.
6th November - Man City (H)
The first Manchester derby will be played on the 6th of November as Manchester United will face the Premier League defending champions. Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar has played against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City five times winning three times and drawing once.
27th November - Chelsea (A)
Manchester United faces the European champions on the 27th of November. Chelsea has had a wonderful start to the season winning four times, drawing once, and conceding just one goal despite facing the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham, and Arsenal.
30th November - Arsenal (H)
On the 30th of November, the Red Devils go against Arsenal at Old Trafford. Manchester United are yet to get a win over the Gunners in the Premier League since 2017. They will be looking to change that as Arsenal has had a poor start of the season losing their first 3 Premier League matches this season.
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