Barcelona vs Manchester United, Tuesday April 16th, 15:00, Nou Camp. After a 1-0 win at Old Trafford courtesy of a Luke Shaw own goal, Barcelona are 100% in the driving seat for this tie but if we’ve learnt anything about Manchester United in the Champions League this season, it’s that the tie is never over until it’s all said and done.
Wolves vs Manchester United, Tuesday April 2nd, 14:45, Molineux. Manchester United visit dangerous Wolves looking for a better performance than the one that came in a laboured win over Watford, with the home side aiming to get back to winning ways after defeat to Burnley.
Wolves vs Manchester United, Saturday March 16th, 2:55 Pm, Molineux. This is perhaps the standout tie in the quarter-finals of this season’s FA Cup with two of the favourites for the competition going head-to-head on Saturday evening under the lights in the Black Country.
Arsenal vs Manchester United, Sunday March 10th, 11:30, Emirates Stadium. The standout game of the Premier League weekend sees two sides battling for a top four spot go head-to-head. Manchester United, in fourth, are currently one place and one point above Arsenal – with both teams in a good run of recent form.
Paris Saint-Germain vs Manchester United, Wednesday March 6th, 15:00, Parc des Princes. The hosts hold a commanding two-goal lead from the first leg victory at Old Trafford but United are in great form and this promises to be a fascinating encounter between two teams accustomed to winning.
Manchester United vs Southampton, Saturday March 2nd, 10:00 am, Old Trafford. This is one of the standout games of the Premier League with top-four chasing Manchester United playing host to relegation-battling Southampton in a game which will have a clear impact on both ends of the table.
Manchester United vs Paris Saint-Germain, Tuesday February 12th, 15:00, Old Trafford. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s resurgent Manchester United turn to the Champions League and the visit of Paris Saint-Germain.
Leicester City vs Manchester United, Sunday February 3rd, 9:05 Am, King Power Stadium. With Manchester United riding high again under Ole Gunner Solskjaer and Leicester City struggling to buy a win with Claude Puel under increasing pressure from the fans, this Premier League clash could prove to be a pivotal one in the future of both bosses.