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Reasons Why Manchester United Might Suffer 2-3 Defeats In Their Next EPL Five Matches

The red devils is struggling to win matches despite the addition of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane to the team during the summer transfer window. Manchester United started the season on a good note, but after match week five in the premier League, there could not maintain their consistency in winning matches.

They have suffered two consecutive defeats in their last four matches, played a draw and managed to win one in all competitions. It is not a good result for the red devils because they lost to Aston Villa and West Ham United before managing to Villarreal in the Uefa Champions League second group stage match. Their EPl week seven match was against Everton ended in a draw.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been blamed severally by the fans for making the wrong selection during matches. Most of the first team players were named on the substitution list by the manager in a crucial match.

This poor decision from the manager which saw featuring players that are supposed to be benched have affected the performances of the team. He benched Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Paul Pogba and he's expecting to get a positive result.

Manchester United might suffer at least 2-3 Defeats in the next five premier league matches because of the following reasons.

1. Tactical Errors

The managers poor decisions on naming good players in the starting lineup might cause Manchester United to lose a match. His tactics/Formation will contribute to the reasons why the red devils will suffer a defeat.

2. Hard Fixtures

Manchester United will play against most of the big teams in EPL in the next EPL fixtures. It is going to be difficult for them to beat them if the manager's continue with his poor selection problem.

Manchester United has all the players needed to compete and win any Trophy in Europe, but the Manager capable of handling the team

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Cristiano Ronaldo Jadon Sancho Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Paul Pogba Raphael Varane

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