Manchester United Football Club play their penultimate Premier League game of the season this evening, away at Southampton. The Red Devils’ hopes of finishing in the top four are all-but over, so in a sense, this game is rather meaningless.
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Manchester United will be looking to back up their victory against Leicester City when Stoke visit Old Trafford tomorrow, as former red legend Mark Hughes will be coming into the game slightly under the cosh from the Potters’ fans.
Manchester United have been playing well over the last few games which must be great to see for Jose Mourinho, particularly after a bad spell. Later today, his side take on Zorya Luhansk for the first competitive meeting between the sides in their history.
Manchester United Football Club have struggled over the last few weeks, with Jose Mourinho’s men not picking up any points over their last two games. Next up, the champions Leicester City. Claudio Ranieri’s men have been improving week after week, and this won’t be easy.
Manchester United kick-off their EFL Cup campaign with an away trip to Northampton Town this evening. The hosts will be wanting to spring a surprise against one of the biggest clubs in the world, but Jose will be after his side to bounce back and put the last three results out of their system.
Manchester United suffered a devastating loss to local rivals City at the weekend, and Jose Mourinho will be looking for his boys to bounce back away at Feyenoord in the Europa League. The game won’t be easy, though, but it does provide some of those fringe players with an opportunity to shine.
Manchester United and Jose Mourinho will be locking horns with an old enemy this weekend. City and their new boss Pep Guardiola head to Old Trafford for the most eagerly anticipated derby in recent years – and what an absolutely fantastic game we have in prospect.
Manchester United are a perfect two for two in Premier League games under Jose Mourinho, with the side making a real confident start to life with their new gaffer. They’ll be hoping for that run to continue this weekend, but it isn’t going to be easy.
Manchester United Football Club kicked things off with a winning start away at AFC Bournemouth last weekend, now, their second game against opposition from the South Coast takes place at home. This time, Claude Puel’s Southampton are the visitors.
Manchester United’s attentions turn back to Premier League football this weekend, with Louis van Gaal’s side having a short journey to the Etihad to take on their fiercest of rivals. The two sides met earlier in the season in a boring 0-0 at Old Trafford, but now we’re in the business end of the season there is plenty more at stake.