In the first five games of the Premier League season, Manchester United had a perfect record, going undefeated in their first five games.
Things changed after their unbeaten run in the Premier League came to an end following a 1-0 defeat by Aston Villa, which probably reduced their prospects of winning the league.
Meanwhile, their upcoming schedule is reducing their chances even further, as United will play all four of the top-ranked teams in their next six games.
As soon as the international break is over, Manchester United will play their first away match against Leicester City on October 16th, at Wembley Stadium.
The Reds will then travel to Old Trafford on October 24th to face the Liverpool FC.
They will then go to Tottenham on October 30th, in what will be yet another challenging match..
The winning streak will continue when they host Manchester City in early November, followed by home games against Manchester United and Westbrom before facing rivals Chelsea.
As a result, if Manchester United manages to win all six of their remaining games, their chances of winning the Premier League are quite good, as they will have gained 18 points from all six of the other teams in the league.
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