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United - Those Next Four Fixtures!

Back on the Champions League campaign, in Marseilles, the next few weeks could very well be seminal when it comes to deciding just how our season pans out.

The fixtures are coming thick and fast and fortunes can be made or lost in a matter of weeks.

Sir Alex Ferguson has commented on this point, ahead of the Marseille game and explained, despite the importance of the fixtures, that it is actually and enjoyable time, remarking,

"There are important weeks coming up - four games away from home, which will be a challenge."

"We have Marseille in Europe and then a trip to Wigan, who are fighting relegation, Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and Liverpool away."

"It`s a fantastic time. We enjoy these kind of games and we hope the players enjoy it to. It`s a time to enjoy and, in big games in particular, the players don`t let us down often."


For me, the fixtures away to Chelsea and Liverpool could well go a long way to deciding the outcome of the Premier League. Wigan should be comfortable and providing we don`t commit hari-kari in Marseille we should reach the last eight of the Champions League, but then again I have been known to be wrong!




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday February 23 2011

Time: 4:55PM

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i cant see us beating chelsea and liverpool so i would take a draw/loss and a win. we must win atleast one of them
Reddevils4ever89
We should beat Wigan and should be aiming to draw to both Chelsea and Liverpool, that said with the way the game is it wouldn't shock me if we lost to Wigan then went on to win at both Chelsea and Liverpool. Personally I would like us to atleast get 2 wins and a draw out of our PL games. If we are going to sort out our away record it is to be done sooner rather than later.
TheFamousNo7
I reckon it’ll be three losses and one win!
merlin
 

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