Manchester United’s games in the Premier League are now coming thick and fast, with Jose Mourinho’s men playing some excellent football at this point in time. The next game isn’t an easy one, with the Reds going down South to take on Slaven Bilic’s West Ham in their new home.
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Manchester United Football Club face another stern away day, with Jose Mourinho’s men on a nice little unbeaten run across all competitions at the moment. West Brom and Tony Pulis is never an easy fixture, and they are bang in form at the moment, making it all the harder.
Manchester United simply have to back up their victory at the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men heading down South to take on Crystal Palace. The team news is in, and the gaffer has rung the changes – probably with the hectic winter period in mind.
Manchester United Football Club take on Zorya Luhansk tonight – a Ukrainian side who are hoping to notch up their first win in the competition. Jose Mourinho’s side need a win to ensure qualification, but that’s dependent on the game between Fenerbahce and Feyenoord.
Manchester United head to Goodison Park this afternoon, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking to make up some ground on teams like Manchester City and Liverpool who both dropped points this weekend. The game won’t be straightforward, though, and Everton will be tough opposition.
Manchester United will be hoping to progress through to the semi-final of the EFL Cup this evening when West Ham come to town. The game itself is the second time we’ve played Bilic’s men in a four day period, so the teams will be familiar with each other’s games.
Manchester United Football Club take on West Ham in just under one hour, with Jose Mourinho hoping to back up that excellent midweek performance in the Premier League this afternoon. The visitors are West Ham, who have been pretty horrendous away from home so far this term.
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.
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.