The international break has disrupted Manchester United's lackluster run for the second time this season. The Red Devils were unable to secure all three points against Everton before the break, putting them in fourth place in the EPL table with 14 points out of a possible 21.
Following the break, Ole Gunner's side will go to Leicester City, who they haven't beaten in three matches in a row.
However, I feel they will defeat Leicester City, based on their recent form. They will play Liverpool at home in the final month of October, followed by a trip to Tottenham. Both of these games are crucial, and I feel United will win one of them.
The month of November, on the other hand, appears to be critical for Ole Gunner's men. They'd have to play six games in a month, which would be exhausting. Take a look at their upcoming events for the month of November.
The three EPL games United are most likely to lose in November are as follows:
Manchester United vs. Manchester City is a matchup between two Manchester clubs:
This game comes following their UEFA Champions League match against Atlanta. Atlanta is a big team in Seria A, and even if they win, I anticipate them to give United a fair battle. Manchester City, on the other hand, will face Club Brugge, and I expect Pep Guardiola's side to have an easy day of it. Given the circumstances on the field, I believe United will lose this match.
Manchester United vs. Chelsea:
Chelsea is, without a doubt, the finest team in the Premier League right now. Based on their performance this season, I believe United has a chance to lose this game.
Arsenal vs. Manchester United:
Arsenal may have had a slow start to the season, but the results of their last four encounters with United show that they know how to deal with the Red Devils. Check it out for yourself: in the last two seasons, Arsenal has not lost a game against Manchester United.
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