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Opinion: How Man United Could Perform In The Next 10 Games

Manchester United's current form is a thing of concern, but a bigger concern surely is the difficulty of their next 10 fixtures this season. They were given a rather easy start to the season but the club failed to make the most out of that opportunity as they lost several points to the small teams that they were expected to build upon.

Given from their current form, this is a personal assessment of how these difficult games could play out.

Firstly, they would face Leicester on the 16th of October a team as inconsistent as themselves and both sides would hope to get the better of the other. However, given the current state of Leicester defense and the fact that Maguire could be back before then, there is a high chance that Man United could win the game, but by a very narrow margin.

Next would be against Atalanta in the Champions League, the team that is favorite alongside Manchester United to top the group. However, Manchester United could easily win this match as they would surely want to build momentum in the Champions League.

Next would be a double header in the Premier League against Liverpool and Tottenham, matches that are likely to end in a draw and a victory for Manchester United who have a good record against Tottenham lately and an impressive defensive record against Liverpool.

The club would start November against Atalanta and would most likely win the game as the club has an impressive away record to guard. However, the next game which would be a home game against Manchester City could most likely end in a loss as Manchester City is the current team to beat in the league.

But after the every storm comes a calm as Manchester United are favorites to win in their matches against Watford, Villarreal, Chelsea and Arsenal, with the only threat being Chelsea, a match that could end in a draw at most.

What do you think?, Let me know in the comments section.

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