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Why The Fixtures Between Oct 14 And Nov 4 Could Be Crucial To Man United’s Title Hopes

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 Why The Fixtures Between Oct 14 And Nov 4 Could Be Crucial To Man United’s Season

With another exciting season of Premier League coming upon us, the official fixtures were finally released. While it is evident that a club’s success depends upon its own capability, the fixtures also play a huge part in the journey.

Having won the Europa League last season, The Red Devils will also be taking part in the Champions League next season, making them the 5th English entry into the prestigious tournament.

Jose Mourinho will be well aware of the hardships that his squad will have to face, with additional fixtures including Champions League, League Cup and the FA Cup. He will be hoping for less stressful fixtures compared to that of United’s rivals.

Like the rest of the clubs, Manchester United have no choice but to face the teams assigned in their fixture list. Mourinho’s men will start off their campaign by taking on Slaven Bilic’s West Ham United in the opening week of the English Premier League starting on August 12.

Although it might seem reasonable, Manchester United do have a run of fixtures that could make or break their season. The fixtures between Oct 14 & Nov 4 could be very crucial to Man United’s season as the Red Devils travel to Anfield to face arch enemies Liverpool FC on October 14, followed by newly promoted side, Huddersfield Town after which they face Tottenham Hotspur, followed by reigning Premier League champions, Chelsea FC.

Despite the favourable start to the season, these 4 fixtures between Oct 14 & Nov 4 can be quite complicated for Jose Mourinho. Their first game against Liverpool is going to be an extremely difficult one, given the last two times they faced the Merseyside club, they were utterly dominated by the Reds and only managed to pull off two draws, thanks to some poor refereeing decisions. This time around, the Reds will be well prepared to break the stubborn defence of Mourinho’s side as they prepare to bring in some quality players this summer.

The game against Huddersfield Town will also be a tricky one as Jose Mourinho will be facing the newly promoted side for the first time as Manchester United manager. The games against Tottenham and Chelsea are undoubtedly going to be hectic, given that both teams finished in the top 2 places of the Premier League table last season.

But despite the busy period, Manchester United fans will definitely be looking forward to cheering their team on, against these teams when the time arrives.