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Man Utd will play more games in October than in August and September put together

By Harry Smith

Man Utd will play more games in October than in August and September put together

October will be the month with the most games for the team.

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The month of September closes with Manchester United's participation, as the following week is the last FIFA week before Qatar 2022, with four matches in which they won two Premier League and one Europa League, and one defeat in the international competition.

In August, when the season started, four matches were played, all in the Premier League format, starting with two defeats and ending with victories. Now in the month of October due to postponements of matches they will play more than in these two months combined.

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The team led by the Dutch coach, Erik ten Hag, is going through a very good moment as in the last six matches they have five wins, and the only defeat came in a controversial Europa League match against Real Sociedad.

Here is the hectic schedule for October:
2 October Vs Man City (Premier League) Visit.
6 October vs Omonia (Europa League) Visit
9 October vs Everton (Premier League) Visit
13 October vs Omonia (Europa League) Home
16 October Vs Newcastle (Premier League) Home
19 October vs Tottenham (Premier League) Home
22 October Vs Chelsea (Premier League) Away
27 October Vs Sheriff (Europa League) Home
30 October Vs West Ham (Premier League) Home

Manchester United will have 9 games in October, three of them against Big Six teams

They will be very busy days in terms of the level of play, as well as playing crucial games in the quest to stay at the top of the Premier League standings, and ensure they make it out of the Europa League group stage, the team must be physically and mentally fit to come out of the month with a positive balance.

 

 


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