Manchester United Football Club takes on Ajax this evening, in a game that’ll truly define our season. The Red Devils will be hoping to lift the trophy not only for personal pride but for the city of Manchester, after the devastating attack that took place on Monday night.
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Manchester United take on Southampton this evening, in a game that is pretty pointless for both sides. All attentions for Jose Mourinho and his men should be firmly on the Europa League final against Ajax, which takes place one week from today.
Manchester United have just three Premier League games remaining, and despite the fact that our domestic campaign is all-but over, Jose Mourinho has still named a relatively strong starting line-up. Tottenham themselves cannot win the title anymore, but they’ll be desperate to win their last ever game at White Hart Lane.
Manchester United’s biggest game of the season is almost upon us. Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils hold a 1-0 lead from the first game, and they’ll be looking to make that slender margin count. Tonight is huge, it literally is make or break for us.
Manchester United take on Arsenal today, in a game that may well mean very little come the end of the season. With that said, it’s always nice beating the old enemy, and let’s hope today will be no different.
Manchester United Football Club go head-to-head with Celta Vigo this evening, as the Red Devils look to earn a place in the Europa League final which takes place at the end of the month. The team news for the first leg is in, and as expected, Jose Mourinho has picked a strong side.
The games are coming thick and fast now, and today, Manchester United host Swansea City in a key Premier League fixture. With just five games left to play, the Red Devils will be hoping to pick up an all-important three points here, that could see us end the day in the top four depending on other results.
Well, we’re just an hour away from the big kick-off, and Manchester United head to the Etihad in the hope of getting one over on their fiercest of rivals. The game is set to be a close encounter, but I genuinely feel we have every chance of getting a positive result.
Manchester United’s attentions turn back to the bread and butter of the Premier League this weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men probably feeling pretty tired after playing 120 minutes on Thursday night. We also play City in the derby this coming week, and the gaffer will have one eye on that.
The starting line-ups are in, and we’re just an hour away from the biggest game of our season so far. Manchester United and RSC Anderlecht are finely poised at 1-1, and we really need a positive result to secure a place in the final four of a major European competition.