Manchester United have announced a new date for the fixture with Liverpool.
Sunday’s game was postponed after an anti-Glazer protest from supporters saw it called off.
Now the game has been re-arranged for Thursday May 13th.
United’s remaining fixtures
- Roma (A)
- Aston Villa (A)
- Leicester (H)
- Liverpool (H)
- Fulham (H)
- Wolves (A)
- Europa League final (?)
The game against Leicester City was due to be played on the 12th. This has now been pushed back, meaning United are being asked to play twice in three days.
Fortunately both of these are home games, but it will test the players and squad right to the limit.
The United v Liverpool tie will be held at 8.15pm live on Sky Sports.
United’s game at home to Fulham on the 18th will see a limited amount of fans permitted to attend.
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