Premier League 2019/20 fixtures

Sideshow Bob

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UNITED'S PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURES 2019/20
Sun Aug 11 Chelsea H
Sat Aug 17 Wolverhampton Wanderers A
Sat Aug 24 Crystal Palace H
Sat Aug 31 Southampton A

Sat Sep 14 Leicester City H
Sat Sep 21 West Ham United A
Sat Sep 28 Arsenal H

Sat Oct 5 Newcastle United A
Sat Oct 19 Liverpool H
Sat Oct 26 Norwich City A

Sat Nov 2 Bournemouth A
Sat Nov 9 Brighton and Hove Albion H
Sat Nov 23 Sheffield United A
Sat Nov 30 Aston Villa H

Tue Dec 3 Tottenham Hotspur H
Sat Dec 7 Manchester City A
Sat Dec 14 Everton H
Sat Dec 21 Watford A
Thu Dec 26 Newcastle United H
Sat Dec 28 Burnley A

Wed Jan 1 Arsenal A
Sat Jan 11 Norwich City H
Sat Jan 18 Liverpool A
Tue Jan 21 Burnley H
Sat Feb 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers H
Sat Feb 8 Chelsea A (Matches to be played 8th or 15th February).
Sat Feb 22 Watford H
Sat Feb 29 Everton A

Sat Mar 7 Manchester City H
Sat Mar 14 Tottenham Hotspur A
Sat Mar 21 Sheffield United H

Sat Apr 4 Brighton and Hove Albion A
Sat Apr 11 Bournemouth H
Sat Apr 18 Aston Villa A
Sat Apr 25 Southampton H

Sat May 2 Crystal Palace A
Sat May 9 West Ham United H
Sun May 17 Leicester City A.
 

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Very front loaded in terms of home games against the rest of the big 6.

Two tricky games to start with and once Europa League kicks in from September until December we will be playing twice a week with league games nearly always on Sunday.

Never read to much into these things the way the league is now you have to get off to a good start if you want to be a top 4 side very few sides come from nowhere to get into the top 4 with a late charge.

Fully expect the top 2 from last season to disappear off into the distance again next season but really don't think there's much between the other 4 a lot will come down to who buys best over the summer and how quickly players settle in.

One interesting thing will be can Everton/Wolves close that gap on to the top 6.
 

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We have Spurs and City back to back twice.

I think this could be the season Spurs fall away. Eriksen and Toby look like leaving. Rose has said he’s played his last game for Tottenham. There’s going to be a hangover from the champions league final to deal with.
 

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Not that I expect us to be but if we’re in the hunt for anything we’ve got a lovely run in.

Our last 8 games should be very winnable.

Start of October through November will be crucial for momentum to. 6 winnable games out of 7 going in to the City/Spurs games and the December marathon.
 

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That's a rough start to the season for Ole! 3 points to start the first two weeks would be pretty damn lucky.
 

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