Man Utd travel to Anfield in March to face Liverpool and the exact date and kick-off time have been confirmed…
Manchester United have announced three fixture changes affecting their Premier League schedule in March.
Erik ten Hag’s side will face two tricky away tests, as well as one home fixture before the next international break that same month.
United begin the month with a trip to face fierce rivals Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday 5 March. The match has been moved to Sky Sports’ Super Sunday slot, with a 4:30pm kick-off.
Ten Hag’s side will be looking to complete the double over the Merseysiders for the first time since 2015/16, following a 2-1 at Old Trafford in August.
The following week, United will host Southampton at Old Trafford. The match has been provisionally selected for a 3pm kick-off on Saturday 11 but will be moved to Sunday 12 if they are involved in the Europa League that midweek. United will also be looking to complete a league double in that match after they won 1-0 at St. Mary’s earlier in the season.
There is also an element of uncertainty about the final league match in March. United’s trip to face Brighton has been selected by Sky Sports for the 2pm slot on Sunday 19
However, that match will be rearranged if either of the sides reach the FA Cup quarter-finals. This weekend, United entertain Reading and Brighton host Liverpool in the fourth round of the competition, and there is also a fifth round tie to get through first.
The international break will start on March 20 and end on March 28.
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