Manchester United next six Premier League fixtures after Liverpool match is postponed

Manchester United are about to embark on a crucial run of games in order to keep their top-four spot.

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Manchester United are about to embark on a crucial run of games in order to keep their top-four spot.

The match between Ralf Rangnick’s team and Liverpool has been rescheduled for Sunday, March 20. Jurgen Klopp’s side advanced to the FA Cup final after beating Norwich City 2-1 on Wednesday.

The FA Cup quarter-finals are scheduled for the same weekend as the aforementioned Premier League match, and the FA Cup takes precedence. United’s final match of the month will be the second leg of the Champions League against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, March 15.

With that in mind, here’s a new look at Manchester United’s remaining Premier League games, both before and after the international break.

Manchester City on Sunday, March 6 (A)

United begin the month with a difficult journey to Manchester City in the Manchester derby. Pep Guardiola’s side are currently six points clear at the top of the Premier League table.

United were defeated 2-0 by City in a one-sided match under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Since then, a lot has happened, and the Red Devils will be vying for bragging rights this weekend.

Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, March 12th (H)

The important games for United are coming thick and fast over the next several weeks. The Reds host Tottenham Hotspur in a teatime kick-off, looking to close the gap on Antonio Conte’s side.

In recent weeks, the Spurs have been uneven. Victories over Manchester City and Leeds were noteworthy, but FA Cup defeats to Burnley and Middlesbrough enraged their supporters.

Leicester City on Saturday, April 2nd (H)

Following the Champions League and the international break, United will play another teatime match. The Foxes, who are managed by Brendan Rodgers, a previous United target, have struggled this season.

Leicester, who are currently 12th in the table, are likely to view this season as a transitional moment. This is a match that United will be trying to win.

Everton  on Saturday, April 9 (A)

United is planning a noon visit to Goodison Park. After improvements from Newcastle and Burnley, Frank Lampard takes over on Merseyside with the club firmly in a relegation dogfight.

Donny van de Beek, who is on loan from Manchester United, will be ineligible to face his parent club. However, Dele Alli, another of Lampard’s deadline-day signings, might make his debut against United.

Norwich City on Saturday, April 16 (H)

Over the Easter weekend, Dean Smith’s Canaries will visit Old Trafford. Norwich City are expected to return to the Championship in the summer.

Norwich, on the other hand, has improved since Smith joined the team. United struggled to break them down at Carrow Road earlier this season, so the visitors could be a tricky nut to crack.

Arsenal  on Saturday, April 23. (A)

The Reds’ difficult six-game run comes to an end with a trip to the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners, led by Mikel Arteta, are perhaps United’s strongest threat to a top-four finish.

Arsenal is currently two points behind United with three games remaining. Rangnick’s team may need a win in North London by the time they fly there to avoid having to play catch-up.

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