Man Utd’s next six Premier League fixtures compared with Arsenal, Man City and rivals

James Cormack
Erik ten Hag has overseen an impressive resurgence at Manchester United
Erik ten Hag has overseen an impressive resurgence at Manchester United / James Gill - Danehouse/GettyImages
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The stuffing was taken out of a resurgent Manchester United in London last week as they saw their impressive unbeaten run snapped at the Emirates.

The Red Devils hadn't tasted defeat in ten games before they were beaten 3-2 by the Premier League leaders - just days after Michael Olise struck at the death with a stunning free-kick to halt United's seemingly unwavering momentum.

Their majestic post-World Cup form, which culminated in victory in the Manchester derby, had some dreaming of a title charge, but such optimism has quickly faded. Nevertheless, a kind Premier League schedule awaits Erik ten Hag's side in February.

Here are United's next six Premier League fixtures compared to their closest rivals.


Man Utd (4th; Played 20, 39 points)

  • Man Utd vs Crystal Palace (04/02/23) - 15:00
  • Man Utd vs Leeds Utd (08/02/23) - 20:00
  • Leeds Utd vs Man Utd (12/02/23) - 14:00
  • Man Utd vs Leicester (19/02/23) - 14:00
  • Man Utd vs Brentford (26/02/23) - 13:30
  • Liverpool vs Man Utd (04/03/23) - 15:00

United will play the two legs of their Carabao Cup semi-final against Nottingham Forest and play host to Reading in the FA Cup fourth round before they're next in Premier League action.

They begin February at home to Crystal Palace, just a couple of weeks after their 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park, before they oddly play Leeds in back-to-back games.

The return of the Europa League further condenses their schedule as they take on Barcelona in a bid to reach the round of 16. United host Leicester in between those two clashes against La Blaugrana.

Brentford then make the trip to Old Trafford on the Sunday after the second leg before United open March with a trip to Anfield. While Liverpool have struggled mightily this season, the Reds will be expected to welcome back several first team stars in time for that encounter.


Arsenal (1st; Played 19, 50 points)

  • Everton vs Arsenal (04/02/23) - 12:30
  • Arsenal vs Brentford (11/02/23) - 15:00
  • Arsenal vs Man City (15/02/23) - 19:30
  • Aston Villa vs Arsenal (18/02/23) - 12:30
  • Leicester vs Arsenal (25/02/23) - 15:00
  • Arsenal vs Bournemouth (04/03/23) - 15:00

Man City (2nd; Played 20, 45 points)

  • Tottenham vs Man City (05/02/23) - 16:30
  • Man City vs Aston Villa (12/02/23) - 16:30
  • Arsenal vs Man City (15/02/23) - 19:30
  • Nottingham Forest vs Man City (18/02/23) - 15:00
  • Bournemouth vs Man City (25/02/23) - 17:30
  • Man City vs Newcastle (04/03/23) - 15:00

Newcastle (3rd; Played 20, 39 points)

  • Newcastle vs West Ham (04/02/23) - 17:30
  • Bournemouth vs Newcastle (11/02/23) - 17:30
  • Newcastle vs Liverpool (18/02/23) - 17:30
  • Newcastle vs Brighton (25/02/23) - 12:30
  • Man City vs Newcastle (04/03/23) - 15:00
  • Newcastle vs Wolves (11/02/23) - 15:00

Tottenham (5th; Played 21, 36 points)

  • Tottenham vs Man City (05/02/23) - 16:30
  • Leicester vs Tottenham (11/02/23) -15:00
  • Tottenham vs West Ham (19/02/23) - 16:30
  • Tottenham vs Chelsea (26/02/23) - 13:30
  • Wolves vs Tottenham (04/02/23) - 15:00
  • Tottenham vs Nottingham Forest (11/03/23) - 15:00

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