Manchester United are back in action tomorrow night when we face Tottenham Hotspur in our first game since mid-March.
Victory in North London would move us up to fourth in the Premier League table, at least prior to Chelsea’s trip to Aston Villa on Sunday.
Our next three Premier League fixtures are all being shown on Sky Sports between now and the end of the month, whilst our trip to Norwich City in the FA Cup will be shown on the BBC.
The Premier League is scheduled to be completed the final weekend of July, whilst the FA Cup final will be played the following weekend.
UEFA have now announced the remaining schedule for both the Champions League and Europa League.
We are already 5-0 up from the first leg of our Europa League second round tie with LASK. The second leg will now be played on 5-6 August. However, a venue has yet to be announced. UEFA has so far said that it will either be played at the home team’s stadium (Old Trafford) or a neutral venue in Germany.
After that, the remainder of the tournament will be played in a single-leg format. All games will be played in Germany, with the final being hosted at FC Koln’s Rhein Energie Stadium on Friday 21 August 2020.
Internazionale, AS Roma, Sevilla, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Bayer Leverkusen are some of the other teams remaining in this season’s tournament.
The full revised Europa League schedule is as follows:
Last 16: 5-6 August
Quarter-finals: 10-11 August
Semi-finals: 16-17 August
Final: 21 August