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Barclays Premier League fixtures for 2007/08 have been announced, revealing that United will begin their title defence with a home game against Reading.

It is the third season in a row when the Chelsea v United game has been put into April, thus making it a potential title decider - it's a bit suspicious for me.

United will visit the Eastlands as early as August, on the same day when Liverpool host Chelsea. Roy Keane will have the chance to prove himself to his former boss in September - in the very same month when Chelsea visit Old Trafford.

November will see us trying to collect our first points at Emirates for the second attempt while a month later O'Shea will be given the chance to repeat his Anfield heroics.

Unlike last season, this time we'll play two of our three biggest rivals at home in the second part of the season - I don't know if that's an advantage but we'll see.

For the full list of fixtures, check out the official website of Manchester United.




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The Journalist

Writer: Zae Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday June 14 2007

Time: 10:20AM

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What a wretched run-in: Boro away, Arsenal home, Blackburn away, Chelsea away, West Ham home, Wigan home - the final six games. Awful, let's hope we'll have a nice little lead to take into this bloody April and May.
midlothian99
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14/06/2007 10:30:00

Wigan away is the last one, sorry.
midlothian99
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14/06/2007 10:30:00

Come on Chelsea!!!!!!!!!!!!! Our run in isn't much better so I don't want any excuses!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dicksy
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14/06/2007 10:37:00

Not point looking a the moment they always get changed
mattweeden
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14/06/2007 11:01:00

Yeah, League Cup final, FA Cup semi, Champions League-semis can all change the fixtures but by and large it will be a bloody difficult run-in, whatever you might say :-)
midlothian99
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14/06/2007 11:06:00

Suprise suprise
SeasideEssexXile
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14/06/2007 12:44:00

Well we had one this year and looked what happend
mattweeden
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14/06/2007 13:37:00

I like your optimism, mattweeden :-)
midlothian99
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14/06/2007 15:34:00

we gotta play everyone at some point so lets not moan lets look forward to them
rooneyisgod
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14/06/2007 17:09:00

 

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