Manchester United’s fixtures have been released for the upcoming campaign.

Many of these dates and times will be adjusted for television, and as such the dates are provisional.

Here is a look at the full list…

Sun Aug 11 Chelsea H
Sat Aug 17 Wolverhampton Wanderers A
Sat Aug 24 Crystal Palace H
Sat Aug 31 Southampton A

Sat Sep 14 Leicester City H
Sat Sep 21 West Ham United A
Sat Sep 28 Arsenal H

Sat Oct 5 Newcastle United A
Sat Oct 19 Liverpool H
Sat Oct 26 Norwich City A   Sat Nov 2 Bournemouth A
Sat Nov 9 Brighton and Hove Albion H
Sat Nov 23 Sheffield United A
Sat Nov 30 Aston Villa H

Tue Dec 3 Tottenham Hotspur H
Sat Dec 7 Manchester City A
Sat Dec 14 Everton H
Sat Dec 21 Watford A
Thu Dec 26 Newcastle United H
Sat Dec 28 Burnley A

Wed Jan 1 Arsenal A
Sat Jan 11 Norwich City H
Sat Jan 18 Liverpool A
Tue Jan 21 Burnley H

Sat Feb 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers H
Sat Feb 8 Chelsea A .
Sat Feb 22 Watford H
Sat Feb 29 Everton A

Sat Mar 7 Manchester City H
Sat Mar 14 Tottenham Hotspur A
Sat Mar 21 Sheffield United H

Sat Apr 4 Brighton and Hove Albion A
Sat Apr 11 Bournemouth H
Sat Apr 18 Aston Villa A
Sat Apr 25 Southampton H

Sat May 2 Crystal Palace A
Sat May 9 West Ham United H
Sun May 17 Leicester City A.

(Photo by Matthew Peters/Man Utd via Getty Images)

Analysis

This season is going to be defined by a potential for a fast start, if we can get past the tricky opening hurdles.

The opening game against Chelsea is a corker. It’s also a must win. We face Wolves away a week later, and need to head there confident with three points in the bag already.

 

After those two games the schedule looks good. There is no reason why we should not have a target to win five of the opening six games.

The game everybody looks for, at home to Liverpool, is in mid-October right after the international break.

December starts off tough with City and Tottenham with some tricky away fixtures mixed in.

The end to the season see games against City and Tottenham in the final few weeks.

The last few games do not look too bad, against mid-table sides, and are all winnable providing we are in a good position.

After the Tottenham game in March, United could even target winning eight in a row. Of course we are being over optimistic, but it’s ok to do that at this time of year.

Now, let’s get on with signing more players to make these games that little bit easier…

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