Manchester United’s season is now on pause for the upcoming international break.
Once the international break is over, the fixtures will resume at a frenetic schedule with Manchester United juggling three competitions.
United are battling away for a top four spot in the Premier League – and who knows, maybe more, and also into the Europa League quarter-finals and the FA Cup semi-final.
Here is a look at Manchester United’s next nine fixtures after the international break…
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Manchester United’s next 9 fixtures
Manchester United’s next nine fixtures are below, beginning with three Premier League games…
- Manchester United v Newcastle (a) April 2, 4.30pm, Premier League
- Manchester United v Brentford (h) April 5, 8pm, Premier League
- Manchester United v Everton (h) April 8, 12.30pm, Premier League
- Manchester United v Sevilla (h) April 13, 8pm, Europa League
- Manchester United v Nottingham Forest (a) April 16, 4.30pm, Premier League
- Manchester United v Sevilla (a) April 20, 8pm, Europa League
- Manchester United v Brighton (Wembley), time to be confirmed, FA Cup
- Manchester United v Tottenham (a) April 27, 8pm, Premier League
- Manchester United v Aston Villa (h) April 30, 2pm, Premier League
United are without Casemiro for the first three games due to suspension.
There are two fixtures which have to be re-arranged after being postponed. These are games away at Brighton and at home to Chelsea, which were postponed after clashes with FA Cup weekends. It is likely these will both be played in May.
United will benefit from the potential return of Christian Eriksen and Anthony Martial from injury, while Alejandro Garnacho could return in May.