/Manchester United Premier League fixtures 2019/20 full schedule: Chelsea in first game, plus dates for

Manchester United Premier League fixtures 2019/20 full schedule: Chelsea in first game, plus dates for

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer begins his first full season in charge with a mouthwatering top six clash at Old Trafford

Manchester United will play Chelsea at Old Trafford on the opening weekend of the 2019/20 Premier League fixtures.

In what will be his first full season as manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer faces a tough opener.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preparing for his first full season as Man United manager

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is preparing for his first full season as Man United manager

Manchester United officially confirm signing of Daniel James

Solskjaer was given the job on a full time basis last season after impressing during an interim spell following Jose Mourinho’s sacking.

Last season still ended with a disappointing sixth place finish and he will be hoping for a much improved campaign.

There is sure to be plenty of changes in personnel over the summer with one signing already made in Wales international Daniel James.

Man United’s full fixture list is below.

August

11: Chelsea (h)
17: Wolves (a)
24: Crystal Palace (h)
31: Southampton (a)

Man United drew twice with Chelsea in the Premier League last season and beat them in the FA Cup

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Man United drew twice with Chelsea in the Premier League last season and beat them in the FA Cup

September

14: Leicester (h)
21: West Ham (a)
28: Arsenal (h)

October

5: Newcastle (a)
19: Liverpool (h)
26: Norwich (a)

November

2: Bournemouth (a)
9: Brighton (h)
23: Sheff United (a)
30: Aston Villa (h)

December

3: Tottenham (h)
7: Man City (a)
14: Everton (h)
21: Watford (a)
26: Newcastle (h)
28: Burnley (a)

Man United finished sixth in the Premier League last season, with their goals split among Paul Pogba (16), Romelu Lukaku (15), Marcus Rashford (13) and Anthony Martial (12)

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Man United finished sixth in the Premier League last season, with their goals split among Paul Pogba (16), Romelu Lukaku (15), Marcus Rashford (13) and Anthony Martial (12)

January

1: Arsenal (a)
11: Norwich (h)
18: Liverpool (a)
21: Burnley (h)

February

1: Wolves (h)
8: Chelsea (a)
22: Watford (h)
29: Everton (a)

Manchester United could begin the new Premier League season without Paul Pogba, who is being targeted by Real Madrid

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Manchester United could begin the new Premier League season without Paul Pogba, who is being targeted by Real Madrid

March

7: Man City (h)
14: Tottenham (a)
21: Sheff United (h)

April

4: Brighton (a)
11: Bournemouth (h)
18: Aston Villa (a)
25: Southampton (h)

May

2: Crystal Palace (a)
9: West Ham (h)
17: Leicester (a)

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