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5 Manchester United October Fixtures That May See Them Drop Points

1) Manchester United vs Everton

Manchester United would play against Everton on the 2nd of October at Old Trafford Stadium. The match may be a very tough fixture for the head coach which may see his side drop points in the race for the Premier League title.


2) Leicester City vs Manchester United

Manchester United would take on Leicester City on the 16th of October at the King Power Stadium. Leicester City is currently one of the best teams in the Premier League and may likely see Manchester United drop points in their race for the Premier League title.


3) Manchester United vs Atalanta

Manchester United would play against Atalanta on the 20th of October. Both sides would lock horns at Old Trafford as they would be keen on securing all 3 points in the group stage of the Champions League competition.


4) Manchester United vs Liverpool

On the 24th, Manchester United would play against Liverpool in the Premier League. The match would be a very tight contest for Manchester United as Liverpool are currently one of the best teams in the league this season. Liverpool is currently unbeaten as they have been very organized. They may see Manchester United drop points in their race for the Premier League title this season.


5) Tottenham vs Manchester United

Manchester United would play against Tottenham on the 30th of October in the Premier League round 10 fixture. The 2 teams would lock horns at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as both sides would be keen on climbing up the Premier League table.

This fixture may be a tough encounter for Manchester United as Tottenham have top players which may see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men drop points in their race for the Premier League title.


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