Manchester United's manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is currently receiving the heat of producing unconvincing results in recent games. The most recent one is the 4-2 loss to Leicester City and it has made fans call for his sack. Fortunately for him, the Glazers are still backing him to turn in stellar performances in the coming matches and lead the team to win trophies. The question remains when this would happen, especially as United's next 10 games are against tough opponents.
That being said, the teams Manchester United will face in their next 10 matches are as follows:
This is a UEFA Champions League fixture that will be played on Wednesday night and Manchester United will hope to bounce back from their disappointing display at Leicester. Reports have it that United have good records against Italian teams. Let's see what Ole and his men will do in the game.
After hosting Atalanta, they will welcome Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool to Old Trafford for their Premier League showdown. Liverpool is in fine form as they won their last match 5-0. United need to play better to stand a chance of winning.
3. Tottenham Hotspur.
This is another Premier League game that Manchester United must win. You would agree with me that United stands a better chance of winning as they have a great record on the road. It's also an opportunity to bounce back from their previous loss to them.
This is a UEFA Champions League match that will be played on 2nd November 2021.
5. Manchester City.
You would agree with me that City is one of the best teams in Europe. As a result, the Red Devils must be on their toes so they can get a good result.
This game would be one of the toughest tests for Man United. Recall that they needed Ronaldo's last-minute equaliser to get three points in the first leg. They need to do their best to avoid a defeat.
Thomas Tuchel's men are playing nice football and getting good results at the moment. Unfortunately for the Blues, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a good record against them. I believe the players will do their best to win.
10. Crystal Palace
These matches are very important as they could determine Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's future. Do you think Ole's future is secure regardless of the outcomes of the matches? Drop your comments in the dialogue section.
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