The Premier League has announced the Manchester United schedule for the 2021/22 season.

At this point it is important to note that multiple games will be postponed for television purposes.

United had to start at the end of last season but no adjustments are required this time around. Here is a full list of United’s matches …

14 August Leeds United (H)
21st August Southampton (A)
August 28th Wolves (A)

11 September Newcastle United (H)
Sept. 18 West Ham (A)
September 25 Aston Villa (H)

October 2nd Everton (H)
16 Oct Leicester (A)
23 October Liverpool (H)
October 30th Tottenham (A)

November 6th Manchester City (H)
November 20th Watford (A)
November 27th Chelsea (A)
November 30th Arsenal (H)

4th Dec. Kristallpalast (H)
11 Dec. Norwich (A)
14 Dec Brentford (A)
Dec 18 Brighton (H)
26 Dec Newcastle United (A)
Dec 28 Burnley (H)

January 1st Wolves (H)
January 15th Aston Villa (A)
January 22nd West Ham (H)

February 8th Burnley (A)
February 12th Southampton (H)
February 19 Leeds United (A)
February 26, Watford (H)

March 5th Manchester City (A)
March 12 Tottenham Hotspur (H)
March 19 Liverpool (A)

April 2nd Leicester City (H)
April 9 Everton (A)
April 16, Norwich (H)
April 23 Arsenal (A)
April 30th Brentford (H)

May 7th Brighton (A)
May 15 Chelsea (H)
May 22nd Kristallpalast (A)

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The opening game against Leeds could turn out to be a blockbuster, especially if Old Trafford is almost full.

It’s a relatively smooth start to the campaign before it really kicks off in October and November.

By then, the Champions League group stage will have started too, so it will be a crucial phase in every way.

United’s holidays have gone off quite nicely, but March seems like a big month.

The game against Chelsea in the final home game of the season could be hugely important, but other than that, the run-in could have been worse.

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