Manchester United Football Club are involved in a must not lose match this evening, with Jose Mourinho’s men needing all three points to move them in the direction of progression from the group. The team news is in, and the gaffer has named an extremely strong starting eleven.
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Manchester United head to Wales this afternoon, to take on a Swansea City side who are struggling for form themselves. Jose Mourinho desperately needs a win here, and three points this weekend is definitely a good way to head into the forthcoming international break.
Manchester United take on Turkish giants Fenerbahce this evening, in a game that’ll test the resolve and fight in the players in a typically tough atmosphere. The match won’t be easy, with Robin van Persie’s side only suffering one defeat in their last thirty home matches.
Manchester United Football Club take on Chelsea FC this afternoon, in a game that sees Jose Mourinho return to Stamford Bridge as an opposing manager of a Premier League team. The game itself should be an interesting prospect, and United desperately need a win to get back on track in the league.
Manchester United Football Club will be looking to press on from the 1-1 draw away at Anfield this weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s side playing host to Fenerbahce in the Europa League group stages. The game itself won’t be easy, but three points here is vital.
Manchester United against Liverpool is here. Jose Mourinho takes his side to Anfield this evening, in a game that kicks off in just under one hours time. The game itself will prove to be a tough one, and the starting XI has been announced by the manager.
Manchester United Football Club simply have to win this coming game this evening, as the reds lost last time out away at Feyenoord. That means Mourinho’s men are already three points off the pace, and a win here is essential we hold any aspirations of topping the group.
Manchester United head to Northampton Town this evening, as Jose Mourinho gets our EFL Cup tournament underway. The boys come into this one on the back of some awful results and performances, so as you’d expect, the manager has decided to switch things up in terms of the starting XI.
Manchester United’s Europa League campaign gets underway in just under one hours time, with the opening match away at Dutch side Feyenoord. Some big names have understandably been left out of the squad to allow for rest, and we will see a much-changed starting line-up.
Manchester United will be hoping to make it three wins in a row this evening, with a tricky trip to Hull City, who themselves have won their opening couple of fixtures. Mourinho’s men look sharp though, and we could be in for a treat if they play to their capabilities.