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Manchester United fixture change confirmed

This fixture shift provides Manchester United with an advantage in their preparations for the upcoming Champions League group stage.

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Manchester United’s Premier League match against Fulham, originally slated for Saturday, November 4th, has undergone a rescheduling. The fixture will now kick off at 12:30 pm.

Exciting news for Manchester United fans, as the clash against Fulham has been selected for live television broadcast in the UK. The match will be shown on TNT Sports, allowing supporters to catch the action from the comfort of their homes.

This fixture shift provides Manchester United with a valuable advantage in their preparations for the upcoming fourth Champions League group stage game against FC Copenhagen, set for Wednesday, November 8th. The additional time can prove crucial in fine-tuning tactics and ensuring the team’s readiness for this crucial encounter.

Following their Champions League bout with Copenhagen, Manchester United’s home game against Luton Town on Saturday, November 11th, remains unaffected, with a scheduled kickoff time of 3 pm.

In mid-November, Manchester United will enjoy a weekend off due to the international break in the season. Although it’s anticipated they will return to action to face Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday, November 25th, this date may still be subject to change.

Towards the latter part of November, Manchester United is slated to play away at Galatasaray on Wednesday, November 29th. This fixture promises to be another exciting test for the team.

Under the stewardship of manager Erik ten Hag, Manchester United has seen remarkable success against Fulham, with the team winning all three encounters since his appointment last summer. The team secured a 2-1 win in the reverse fixture at Old Trafford on the final day of last season, and they advanced into the FA Cup semi-finals with a 3-1 home victory over Fulham. The FA Cup match even witnessed multiple send-offs, including manager Marco Silva.

With matches against Fulham, Copenhagen, Luton Town, Everton, and Galatasaray on the horizon, fans can look forward to an action-packed month. However, it’s important to note that some kickoff times may still be subject to change, so stay tuned for updates.

  • Saturday 4, 12:30pm: Fulham (A)
  • Wednesday 8, 8pm: Copenhagen (A)
  • Saturday 11, 3pm: Luton (H)
  • Saturday 25, 3pm*: Everton (A)
  • Wednesday 29, 5.45pm: Galatasaray (A)

*Subject to change

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