Long serving Manchester United chief Sir Alex Ferguson will take charge of his last game at The Theatre of Dreams this coming Sunday as The Manchester Reds play hosts to Swansea City. In the reverse Barclays Premier League encounter back in December last year, Manchester United and Swansea City shared the points in a 1–1 draw.
Manchester United and Netherlands goal plunderer Robin van Persie returns to the Emirates Stadium as Manchester United lock horns with Arsene Wenger´s Arsenal side this coming Sunday. Sir Alex Ferguson´s squad have already clinched the English Premier League title, while the North London club are still looking for a top four place.
Following a comparatively comfortable 2–0 triumph against Tony Pulis´s Stoke City team at Britannia Stadium last Sunday afternoon, Sir Alex Ferguson´s confident Manchester United players make the relatively short trip to East London to lock horns with West Ham United at Boleyn Ground this Wednesday. The Manchester Reds now top the Barclays Premier League table fifteen points in front of old enemies and fellow title chasers Manchester City, while West Ham United are positioned in twelfth place. Needless to say, The Red Devils are red hot favourites to claim all three points against The Hammers at Upton Park.
After suffering a painful 1–0 defeat against neighbouring Manchester City at Old Trafford last Monday, Manchester United make the short trip to Stoke to take on The Potters this weekend. The Red Devils are no question favourites to beat a Stoke City side who enter this match on the back of a 3–1 loss to Aston Villa at Britannia Stadium.
Barclays Premier League leaders Manchester United play host to second placed Manchester City at The Theatre of Dreams this Monday in what promises to be a cracker of a derby match. For those who care to remember, Sir Alex Ferguson’s men suffered a painful 6–1 defeat to The Light Blues in the corresponding fixture last season.
It’s back to the Barclays Premier League for Manchester United as The Red Devils take on Reading at Old Trafford this coming Saturday. In their last meeting in February, Sir Alex Ferguson´s players edged out the Madejski Stadium club by 2–1 thanks to second period goals from Luis Nani and Javier Chicharito Hernandez respectively.
Following the loss to Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday, Manchester United take on Chelsea at Old Trafford in a highly anticipated FA Cup Quarter Final this weekend. The last time the two teams met was in a League Cup Fourth Round match at Stamford Bridge in October when Chelsea defeated The Reds 5–4.
Barclays Premier League leaders Manchester United play reigning Spanish Premier League Champions Real Madrid at Old Trafford in the UEFA Champions League last sixteen this Tuesday evening in what promises to be the biggest match of the season so far. The two clubs drew 1–1 at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in Madrid in February.
After a comparatively easy 2–0 triumph against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road last Saturday, Manchester United welcome Chris Hughton´s Norwich City to their Old Trafford home this weekend. The Red Devils are currently topping the Premier League table with 68 points, 12 points ahead of fellow title contenders Manchester City.
English Premier League leaders Manchester United travel down to West London to face bottom of the table Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road this coming Saturday. In the reverse Premier League match in November last year, The Reds defeated The Hoops 3–1 thanks to goals from Jonny Evans, Darren Fletcher and Javier Hernandez.