Man Utd fixtures: Dates set for Premier League games v Chelsea, Liverpool & Bournemouth

A date has been set for Jurgen Klopp's final to Old Trafford as Liverpool managerA date has been set for Jurgen Klopp's final to Old Trafford as Liverpool manager
A date has been set for Jurgen Klopp's final to Old Trafford as Liverpool manager
Three of Manchester United's five April 2024 fixtures have been confirmed by the Premier League.

The dates have been set for Manchester United’s first three Premier League fixtures of April 2024.

The month begins with a midweek trip to face Chelsea, in a game that will be shown on TNT Sports in the UK. That match will be played on Thursday 4 April and will kick-off at 8:15pm.

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Three days later, United host Liverpool in one of the biggest games of the season. The match has added significance this season given it will be Jurgen Klopp’s final match at Old Trafford as Liverpool manager. Kick-off has been set for 3:30pm, and is the only game set to be broadcast in the UK on 7 April.

The following week United take on Bournemouth in a game that has been scheduled for 4:30pm on Sunday 14 April and will be shown on Sky Sports. However, it could be moved to a 5:30pm fixture on the Saturday if Arsenal’s game against Aston Villa needs to be rearranged. That match is due to be played on 13 April but will be moved if Villa are still competing in Europa Conference League action by that stage of the season.

Two more Premier League fixtures in April still need to be scheduled, with United hosting Newcastle United and Burnley over the following weekends (20/21 & 27/28). The former is also the same weekend as the FA Cup semi-finals.

Man Utd’s April fixtures

Chelsea (A) - Thu 4 April, 8:15pm

Liverpool (H) - Sun 7 April, 3:30pm

Bournemouth (A) - Sun 14 April, 4:30pm*

Newcastle (H) - 20/21 April**

Burnley (H) - 27/28 April***

*Could be moved to Saturday 13 April. ** Yet to be set/ could be moved again due to FA Cup involvement. *** Yet to be set.

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