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Manchester United’s FINAL five 2024/25 Premier League fixtures confirmed with last game at Old Trafford



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Manchester United’s final five Premier League fixtures this season have been confirmed. Erik ten Hag’s men look to improve on last season’s disastrous performances.

Last season, Manchester United ended eighth place in the Premier League table, confirming their lowest finish since the competition began in 1992.

Erik ten Hag‘s squad will be determined to improve on the 60 points they earned in the 2023/24 season, hoping that their new summer signings will boost their performance.

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United will also be competing in the Europa League and the Carabao Cup while aiming to defend their FA Cup title. They start their campaign with an FA Community Shield match against Manchester City on August 10, just one week before the Premier League season begins.

Although much of the focus will be on United’s initial fixtures, we have outlined the final five games that the club are set to play this season.

The first of United’s final five games will be away from home. They will take on Bournemouth on the weekend beginning 26 April. United performed poorly against the Cherries last season, losing 3-0 at Old Trafford and drawing 2-2 in the reverse fixture.

Next, they will travel down south once again to play Brentford away from home on the weekend beginning 3 May. Last season, this was the site of a 1-1 draw, with a Mason Mount winner in the dying moments being cancelled out moments later by Kristoffer Ajer’s equaliser.

One week later, they will then face West Ham during their penultimate league fixture of the campaign at Old Trafford before travelling one last time down to London to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on the weekend beginning 18 May.

Finally, United will play their final game of the season at home. They will welcome Aston Villa to Old Trafford to close the 2024/25 campaign on the weekend beginning 25 May. Whether this game will mean anything or not, we will find out once the time comes.

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