Manchester United will open their 2010/11 Premier League campaign at home to Newcastle United on the 14th August.
The Red Devils next few games could be tough as they travel to Fulham, host West Ham United and then face Everton at Goodison Park before the big one, as Liverpool make the short trip to Old Trafford on the 18th September.
The first Manchester derby of the season takes place at the Coty of Manchester stadium on the 10th November, with United’s home leg on the 12th February.
The run up to the Christmas period looks interesting for Sir Alex Ferguson’s side as they host Arsenal on the 11th December before traveling to Stamford Bridge the week after to face Chelsea followed by a Boxing Day home game against Sunderland.
A trip to Anfield will be in every United fan’s calendar on the 5th March and the return leg against Arsenal will take place on the 30th April.
United’s home game against Chelsea on the 7th May looks like a potential title decider while the last game of the season is a home tie against newly promoted Blackpool.
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