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Manchester United’s next six Premier League games in comparison to Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and other rivals

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Manchester United’s next six Premier League games in comparison to Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and rivals

On Saturday, Manchester United drew level with Manchester City in the Premier League table.

Manchester United moved up to third in the Premier League table after defeating Manchester City in the Manchester derby on Saturday afternoon at Old Trafford.

City took the lead through Jack Grealish, but the Reds came back strongly and leveled the score through Bruno Fernandes. Erik ten Hag’s team went on to win the game thanks to Marcus Rashford’s 82nd-minute strike, which lifted United above Newcastle United in the Premier League table, leaving the Blues just one point behind.

The Reds have now won their previous nine games in all competitions and are the only team in the league to do so.

England is still battling on all four fronts this season, with Carabao Cup, FA Cup, and Europa League success all still on the table.

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United haven’t lost in the Premier League since a 1-0 loss to Aston Villa in early November, but Ten Hag wants his team to be focused in the coming months. 

With four games remaining before the end of the month, the Reds face a difficult few weeks.

Manchester United – 3rd (38pts)

  • Crystal Palace (A) – January 18
  • Arsenal (A) – January 22
  • Crystal Palace (H) – February 4
  • Leeds United (A) – February 12
  • Leicester City (H) – February 19
  • Brentford (H) – February 26

VERDICT: With three home games remaining in their next six fixtures, United will be confident of keeping their unbeaten streak going. 

The ultimate goal is to qualify for the Champions League next season, and the Reds will go into the games against Palace, Leicester, and Brentford as favorites.

However, with a trip to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal coming up, the Reds must stay focused and motivated. 

The reverse meeting was won by United, but the Gunners, like Ten Hag’s team, have improved since then. 

If the Reds can win four of their next six games, they will have done well.

Arsenal – 1st (44pts)

  • Tottenham Hotspur (A) – January 15
  • Manchester United (H) – January 22
  • Everton (A) – February 4
  • Brentford (H) – February 11
  • Manchester City (H) – February 15
  • Aston Villa (A) – February 18

Manchester City – 2nd (39pts)

  • Tottenham Hotspur (H) – January 19
  • Wolves (H) – January 22
  • Tottenham Hotspur (A) – February 5
  • Aston Villa (H) – February 12
  • Arsenal (A) – February 15
  • Nottingham Forest (A) – February 18

Newcastle United – 4th (35pts)

  • Fulham (H) – January 15
  • Crystal Palace (A) – January 21
  • West Ham United (H) – February 4
  • Bournemouth (A) – February 11
  • Liverpool (H) – February 18
  • Brighton (H) – February 25

Tottenham Hotspur – 5th (33pts)

  • Arsenal (H) – January 15
  • Manchester City (A) – January 19
  • Fulham (A) – January 23
  • Manchester City (H) – February 5
  • Leicester City (A) – February 11
  • West Ham (H) – February 19

Liverpool – 9th (28pts)

  • Chelsea (H) – January 21
  • Wolves (A) – February 4
  • Everton (H) – February 13
  • Newcastle United (A) – February 18
  • Crystal Palace (A) – February 25
  • Manchester United (H) – March 4

Chelsea – 10th (25pts)

  • Liverpool (A) – January 21
  • Fulham (H) – February 3
  • West Ham United (A) – February 11
  • Southampton (H) – February 18
  • Tottenham (A) – February 26
  • Leeds United (H) – March 4

Manchester United’s next six Premier League games in comparison to Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and rivals

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