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Checkout Manchester United's Next Six Fixtures That Can Mar or Make Their Season.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjær's men are currently in the number four position in the English Premier League table at the end of matchday seven with fourteen points.

Manchester United have failed to win in two consecutive games in the Premier League at the Old Trafford Stadium.

Manchester United's next couple of games will test the strength and chemistry of the team. In October and the early weeks of November, Manchester United will be playing the games listed below.

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The English team will need every member of the team to be at full capacity and well prepared, ready to deliver any time when the need arises as they go into a 'marathon'.

- Leicester City (Away)

The first of their marathon is an away game against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. Leicester City are struggling at the moment, but Manchester United have failed to find a win in the last 3 encounters between both sides.

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- Atalanta (Home)

The UEFA Champions League match at the Old Trafford Stadium against a tough Seria A club, Atalanta. This will be the first time both teams have ever met.

Atalanta are top of the table and an encounter like this will not be a pushover. It will be difficult for Ole Gunnar Solskjær's Manchester United team.

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- Liverpool (Home)

This will be one of the toughest games for the Cristiano Ronaldo-led Manchester United team as they travel to the Anfield Stadium to play an unbeatable side, Liverpool. The only team who has yet to taste defeat across all competitions this season is Liverpool.

- Tottenham Hotspurs (Away)

The last time Manchester United played a league game at the Tottenham Hotspurs stadium, the game ended in a 6-1 loss for the visitors.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjær may have to make some rotations considering that the players may have developed fatigue from playing intense matches.

- Atalanta (Away)

The first game of November for Manchester United is a trip to Gewiss Stadium in Italy for the second leg of the UEFA Champions League game against Atalanta.

- Manchester City (Home)

Manchester City will be hosting Pep Guardiola's Manchester City team at the Old Trafford Stadium at the end of the marathon on a Saturday afternoon.

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