Premier League Back in June – Remaining Fixtures for Manchester United
The Premier League season will get back underway in June with Manchester United fans hopeful of success. Since March, the world of football has paused due to the covid-19 pandemic and millions of fans around the world looking forward to the restart.
The FA released the following statement for the Project Restart: “Premier League Shareholders today agreed to a new provisional restart date for the 2019/20 season of Wednesday 17 June, provided that all safety requirements are in place.” “Weekend matches will be scheduled as follows (all times BST): Friday – 20:00; Saturday – 12:30, 15:00, 17:30 and 20:00; Sunday – 12:00, 14:00, 16:30 and 19:00; Monday – 20:00.
Whilst there are no games taking place in front of fans, all games will be shown on television which is a great moral boost for many.
Here are the remaining fixtures for the Premier League, FA Cup and Europa League. Dates to be confirmed as well as venues.
Remaining Fixtures (Dates to be confirmed)
Manchester United v Bournemouth
Manchester United v Sheffield United
Manchester United v Southampton
Manchester United v West Ham
Aston Villa v Manchester United
Brighton v Manchester United
Crystal Palace v Manchester United
Leicester City v Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United
Norwich City v Manchester United
EMIRATES FA CUP SCHEDULE
Quarter-finals: Saturday 27 June & Sunday 28 June
Semi-finals: Saturday 18 July & Sunday 19 July
Final: Saturday 1 August
Manchester United v LASK
LASK v Manchester United
Manchester United were playing great football before the pandemic break and will look to continue that run of form. With United still needing to secure top 4 for Champions League, the Premier League fixtures are still important. One of the standout players since the January transfer window has been Bruno Fernandes, he quickly began to look like one of this season’s best pieces of business and will be sure to play an important role in the last games The Portuguese international, won Player of the Month award for February, making him the first United player since Anthony Martial to win the prize for the month of his debut.
In terms of the FA Cup, Manchester United will face Norwich City in the last 8 of the competition and will be confident of victory against the Canaries. The FA Cup is something fans are looking forward for as this is a great opportunity for Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s team to win a trophy. Seat Compare have confirmed that tickets purchased for any remaining games will be refunded as directed by the clubs including for Manchester United. The other teams remaining are Leicester City,Chelsea, Newcastle United, Manchester City, Sheffield United and Arsenal. The team also has a great chance in the Europa League, currently in the last 16.
How will the remaining games of the season go with the fans? Will Man United win a trophy? We would love to hear your comments below.
4 thoughts on “Premier League Back in June – Remaining Fixtures for Manchester United”
man u must wine a trophy this season and also be in top four
I think with the current form we are running before the pandemic, if such could be still maintain, there a graeter chance of claiming two trophies. F.A and EUROPAL I
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