Manchester United began the season in top form but they seem to have faltered in their last couple of games and their recent dip in form might continue in the next couple of Premier League games, even with Cristiano Ronaldo's brilliant form.
This summer Man United splashed out the cash to sign Cristiano Ronaldo, the red devil's paid over £20m for the services of the 36 year old striker and since his move to Old Trafford he has scored four goals in three games, his goals has helped the red devil's win games, but even with Cristiano Ronaldo's goals Man United might lose 2-3 games in their next five Premier League games.
After the 1-0 Carabao Cup loss to West Ham, Manchester United will have to face a very tough set of Premier League games, and they might lose a couple of them.
Checkout Man United's next five fixtures.
The first two games in their next five fixtures will see Man United host Aston Villa and Everton at Old Trafford, then they travel to Leicester City, before facing Liverpool at home and then they travel to Tottenham.
Against Aston Villa
Aston Villa had a very brilliant squad at the moment and they will definitely trouble Manchester United but they are unlikely to get a win over Manchester United.
Everton too have a brilliant team, but they are unlikely to get a win over this Manchester United team.
Against Leicester City
The clash against Leicester City will be a very difficult one for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, in fact it's one they might lose
Going up against a Liverpool team that is yet to lose a game this season will present Manchester United with their toughest test this season, and Man United will likely lose the game.
Tottenham too are in good form this season and playing at home against Manchester United they might defeat the red devil's.
Manchester United might scale through the first two games against Aston Villa and Everton but when they go up against Leicester City, Liverpool and Tottenham that when they might either lose all the three games or probably lose two.
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