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After the international break Manchester United will be hoping to continue their impressive start to the campaign. The red devils are unbeaten in all competitions and sit at the top of the league jointly with Manchester City. The rest of October will see the club play in three competitions - Premier League, Champions League and the League Cup; starting with the tough task of the trip to Anfield to take on the inconsistent but dangerous Liverpool. After that we travel to Portugal to take on Benfica before our first league game against Huddersfield Town for many years. This is followed by a trip to Swansea as the defence of the League Cup continues.
The good form continues....
United's unbeaten start to the season and impressive run continued with a hard fought 1-0 victory at St Mary's over Southampton. Romelu Lakaku scored the only goal in a tough and hard working performance. It maintains the unbeated start to the campaign, was another clean sheet and sets the club up nicely for the Champions League trip to Russia on Wednesday when they play CSKA. After the trip to Moscow Crystal Palace (six defeats and no goals) visit Old Trafford on Saturday.
United back in style as Basel swept aside
Manchester United's hotly-anticipated return to the Champions League resulted in a very comfortable 3-0 victory over Swiss outfit Basel.
Red Devils back top with battling Stoke draw
Manchester United returned to the top of the Premier League - but had to settle for a point in a 2-2 draw at Stoke City.
United turn to bench in Foxes win
Manchester United continued their 100% start to the new Premier League campaign with a 2-0 win over Leicester City, meaning their August endeavours end in perfect fashion.
Ex-Red Rooney calls time on England career
Former Manchester United frontman Wayne Rooney has hung up his international football boots.
United will face Burton for third time in League Cup clash
Burton Albion will travel to Old Trafford in the third round of the League Cup.
Brilliant United fire four again as Swans sunk
Manchester United’s stunning start to the Premier League season continued in South West Wales, with a rampant, four-goal display at Swansea City.
Lukaku fires brace as stunning United smash the Hammers
Manchester United started the new Premier League season with a hugely entertaining, slick and dominant display, hammering West Ham United by four goals to nil at Old Trafford.
Yorke and Webber fire goals as United win Tate testimonial
A Manchester United former players XI claimed a 4-2 win on Tuesday evening, taking on a team of ex-Swansea City players in a testimonial match for Alan Tate.
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- The good form continues....
- United back in style as Basel swept aside
- Red Devils back top with battling Stoke draw
- Ex-Red Rooney calls time on England career
- United will face Burton for third time in League Cup clash
- Brilliant United fire four again as Swans sunk
- Lukaku fires brace as stunning United smash the Hammers
- Yorke and Webber fire goals as United win Tate testimonial
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