Manchester United appears to be in excellent shape, as seen by the squad's recent string of victories. Manchester United have won their previous two Premier League games, demonstrating that they are in excellent form at the moment.
Manchester United's next four Premier League games, in which they will face some strong opponents, could result in them dropping points going into the final stretch of the season. Check out the table below for Manchester United's upcoming four games.
Manchester United vs Norwich City
Manchester United will almost certainly lose ground in the race for the Premier League title when they face Norwich, who is currently in excellent form. Norwich has only lost one of their last five Premier League games this season, and that loss came against Manchester United.
The team spirit of the Norwich City team appears to be inspiring, and it is possible that it will cause problems for the Manchester United club. Norwich City is a strong team in general, and they will almost certainly put up a strong fight against the Red Devils.
Brentford vs. Manchester United
Brentford's high-quality game style and competitive nature will almost certainly make this a difficult contest for Manchester United.
As a result of having great players such as Tooney, Norgaard, and others who are capable of causing difficulties for the Manchester United defense, Brentford is likely to see its opponents drop points in the match.
Manchester United vs. Brighton
Brighton, who currently ranks in the top part of the Premier League table, may prove to be a difficult nut to crack due to their excellent counter-attacking and defensive organization skills. They have only lost three games out of fifteen this season, and they are expected to see the Red Devils drop points as the season progresses.
Newcastle vs. Manchester
Newcastle has gone undefeated in their previous two games and will almost certainly see Manchester United drop points when the two teams meet at St James' Park on Sunday. The match would take place on the 27th of December, as part of the Premier League's round 19 fixture schedule.
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