The Premier League has confirmed Manchester United’s fixtures for the 2020/21 season.
It is important to note there will be several re-arrangements of dates as matches are moved for television coverage.
United’s ‘first fixture’ will also be postponed to a later date, due to the club’s late Europa League involvement. Here is a full list of United’s fixtures…
TBC Burnley A
Sat Sep 19 Crystal Palace H
Sat Sep 26 Brighton & Hove Albion A
Sat Oct 3 Tottenham Hotspur H
Sat Oct 17 Newcastle United A
Sat Oct 24 Chelsea H
Sat Oct 31 Arsenal H
Sat Nov 7 Everton A
Sat Nov 21 West Bromwich Albion H
Sat Nov 28 Southampton A
Sat Dec 5 West Ham United A
Sat Dec 12 Manchester City H
Tue Dec 15 Sheffield United A
Sat Dec 19 Leeds United H
Sat Dec 26 Leicester City A
Mon Dec 28 Wolverhampton Wanderers H
Sat Jan 2 Aston Villa H
Tue Jan 12 Fulham A
Sat Jan 16 Liverpool A
Tue Jan 26 Sheffield United H
Sat Jan 30 Arsenal A
Tue Feb 2 Southampton H
Sat Feb 6 Everton H
Sat Feb 13 West Bromwich Albion A
Sat Feb 20 Newcastle United H
Sat Feb 27 Chelsea A
Sat Mar 6 Manchester City A
Sat Mar 13 West Ham United H
Sat Mar 20 Crystal Palace A
Sat Apr 3 Brighton & Hove Albion H
Sat Apr 10 Tottenham Hotspur A
Sat Apr 17 Burnley H
Sat Apr 24 Leeds United A
Sat May 1 Liverpool H
Sat May 8 Aston Villa A
Tue May 11 Leicester City H
Sat May 15 Fulham H
Sun May 23 Wolverhampton Wanderers A
At first glance this looks like a good fixture schedule for United. A home game against Crystal Palace is a nice way to start the season.
Facing Tottenham early on is also good considering they are playing three Europa League qualifying ties early on, including one days earlier.
Leicester away on Boxing Day is tough fixture, but one of the hardest will be on the final day of the season when we travel to Molineux.
Our first league trip to Elland Road in 16 years will have to wait until late April.
Big fixtures appear to be spread out, with interesting back to back matches against Chelsea and Arsenal at the end of October, which have a Champions League date in between.
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