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Manchester United 2-0 Benfica

Manchester United goals: Mile Svilar 45 o.g, Daley Blind 78 pen

At 14 minutes Manchester United opened the match scoring with a goal from Matic. Benfica’s young goalkeeper Svilar could not stop Matic’s goal that came from 25 yards out towards the bottom right. The ball hit the base of the right-hand post, out onto the fully-extended Svilar’s back, and into the net - United 1-0 Benfica. Otherwise Svilar was been excellent in the first half. Man United are closing in on a place in the Champions League knockout stage.

On his 20th birthday, Marcus Rashford came on late in the second half and made an instant impact going past Samaris, beating Ruben Dias on the outside, and is then hit by Samaris. At 78 minutes, Lukaku prepares to tee up the penalty ball and take the kick. Herrera takes the ball off him to take responsibility himself. Finally Blind snatches it off Herrera, and slots home a simple penalty winner down the middle. United will be in the knockout stages tonight unless Moscow win in Basel.

Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho was a bit unhappy with supporters who questioned his team’s style as he aimed a small dig at Man United fans suggesting they should have taken more joy from Saturday’s narrow win against Tottenham Hotspur in the Carabao Cup. United earned a 1-0 victory against Spurs, with sub Anthony Martial latching onto Romelu Lukaku’s hopeful flick-on to score the only goal of the battle. Some home fans groaned at Lukaku’s relatively subdued performance at Old Trafford, prompting Mourinho to defend his ‘untouchable’ striker afterwards. After beginning the 2017-18 season in fine scoring form, United have only scored more than one goal in one of their last five Premier League games and that was against bottom of the table Crystal Palace. Some fans are questining Mourinho’s tactics, and comparing them to the more free-flowing Manchester City side who are scoring more goals and are in first place on the Premier League Table.

Speaking in Tuesday’s United Review, the programme for the Benfica game, Morinho was quoted.

“I hope that you enjoy the game more than some of you did against Tottenham.”

Despite sitting second in the Premier League table, and top of their Champions League group, Mourinho’s tactics at United are being questioned by some. Mourinho was unhappy with some of the groans that accompanied Lukaku’s performance. Portuguese coach Mourinho recently said that he would not end his career at Old Trafford, while simultaneously praising PSG. Mourinho questioned fans over their treatment of Lukaku. After the win over Spurs, Mourinho was interviewed.

“I would like the supporters to explain to me why they don’t support him so much because he gives everything and I think it is not fair when scoring the goal or not scoring the goal makes the whole difference,” said Mourinho. “I don’t think it is fair at all. So I’m a bit disappointed – but not with him. With him very pleased.”

Real Madrid were the last side to beat Manchester United at Old Trafford in European competition in March 2013. Going into the match Benfica have lost all three group games so far and have not scored in two of those three ties. United have a foot in the knock out stages of the competition, and will try their best to make it four wins out of four and book their place in the last 16 at Old Trafford against the Portuguese champions. 

Twenty-two-year-old Luke Shaw made his first Manchester United start since April 30 in their Champions League tie against Benfica on Tuesday night at Old Trafford. Shaw has only made two substitute appearances in the popular Carabao Cup this season and none in a Premier League or Champions League matchday squad. Phil Jones and Antonio Valencia were not among the Man United squad members on the team coach. Valencia's only cup appearance was at Benfica two weeks ago.

Man United next face giant club Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday before the November internationals and no doubt Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will rest Jones and Valencia ahead of the match.

Axel Tuanzebe made his second appearance of the season after he started at centre-back in the Carabao Cup win against Swansea last week. The 19-year-old was omitted from Mourinho’s squad against Tottenham Hotspur after Eric Bailly recovered from his groin injury.

Dutchman Daley Blind lives nearby and tends to rendezvous at the Manchester city centre hotel separately.

Mourinho returned to his home at the Lowry Hotel where he still resides an hour before his players turned up. Mourinho reported at his pre-match press conference that United's injured players Marcos Rojo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Paul Pogba, Michael Carrick and Marouane Fellaini are unavailable.

"I think it's the same, we still have one more training session at 3pm today just to confirm," Mourinho said. "But in the best of the scenarios we have the same players as the last weekend. Our aim tomorrow is to qualify. Ten points would be okay, but our main aim is to qualify first in the group. Benfica will give us a difficult match. They have their own ambition and pride and they will try to win, we just want to get to the last 16 by finishing first in the group. We played Marcus and Anthony together in Swansea, one week ago, so yes, they can play together, that's no problem. What we cannot do is play with 12 players, and we cannot play with everybody at the same time."

Romulu Lukaku has not scored in his last 5 games.

Mourinho has declared Romelu Lukaku as 'untouchable' after he perceived United supporters' booing of Marcus Rashford's withdrawal at the weekend to be a slight on the Belgian. Lukaku stayed on and hit the post with a header before he out-jumped Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld to play in Anthony Martial for an 80th-minute winner.

"The fans are the fans and I also told that the fans paid their ticket," Mourinho said. "They are free to express themselves the way they want to express, but my job is to protect my players and I think Romelu is one of the players that should be untouchable in terms of the respect from everyone. It's not one goal or one ball that hit the post or one that can make Romelu's contribution below the top level, he's playing extremely well for us and I have to protect my players when I feel they deserve it and Romelu always deserves it because what he does for the team is fantastic. Playing football for a striker is not just about scoring goals. So he is untouchable in my team and also in the support and respect he deserves from the fans.

"I don't think he was quiet [against Spurs] at all, ask Alderweireld and Vertonghen and Dier if he was quiet and they are some of the best centre defenders in football. I don't think he was quiet as well, the qualities of scoring goals or not scoring goals because in the end that is what people analyse, but he was not quiet at all."

Eric Bailly added: "He is an excellent player. I've played against him and now I am fortunate to play with him. Every player knows what kind of player he is and he's playing well and scoring goals. The most important thing is he carries on doing his job like a good centre forward."

Before the game, United manager Jose Mourinho was interviewed.

“We have only three midfield players at this moment. We managed to give 60 mins rest to Nemanja Matic at Swansea; Ander Herrera has played every match, so it is time for him to have a break. Today is obviously a big match for Scott McTominay, but we believe in him and he is ready. The Chelsea game at the weekend is not on my mind at all; the important thing is to qualify for the Champions League and we are not there yet.”

Mourinho was asked if he expects the crowd to get behind his team.

“I don’t know. They normally are. We have enjoyed some good moments at Old Trafford and this season we are having good results, let’s see if we can continue that,” replied Mourinho.

Jose Mourinho’s United side are now but a point away from the Champions League knockout phase after their fourth win from four Group A matches. A talking point of United’s winning Group A clash against Benfica is that José Mourinho insisted that Daley Blind take Man United’s second penalty of the game instead of superstar striker Romelu Lukaku. At 78 minutes after Marcus Rashford  secured a spot-kick and Lukaku looked like he was going to take the shot. After a brief intervention from Ander Herrera, Blind stepped up to send the ball home and a seemingly annoyed Mourinho made a gesture to signal his disapproval with a hand gesture similar to what he at the close of Saturday’s win against the Spurs. Asked about the hand action, the Portuguese did not recall it.

“I don’t remember that,” said Mourinho. “I don’t understand why everyone asks me the same, I am paid to take decisions good or bad. In the first half the decision was bad as Anthony Martial missed one. “In the second half I made another decision and I don’t see the drama, the penalty taker for this match was Martial, he was not even on the pitch when the second one was given. Romelu wants to take, he has the personality to take the responsibility, Herrera was the same. But my decision was based on training in the past couple of days, the players respected my decision and that was it, end of story.”

“What I know is we want to win the maximum points, we didn’t qualify yet, so we are going to try to win the next two matches and finish with 18 points. It would be nice,” said Mourinho.

Before the start of the game with Benfica, Mourinho described Lukaku as “untouchable” so it was a surprising decision to deny him a chance to break a five-game scoring drought and build up his confidence before United play Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Mourinho had made a pre-match plea to Manchester United fans regarding his belief that Lukaku had not been given enough support by fans during the win.

“I hope some of you enjoy the game more than some of you did against Tottenham,” said fifty-four year old Mourinho.

Mourinho made six squad changes for the game. Scott McTominay was given a full debut in the Champions League, his second start in United colours. Also in were Martial, Matteo Darmian, Blind, Jesse Lingard, and Juan Mata.

Eighteen-year-old Mile Svilar was Benfica’s goalkeeper again despite his mistake allowing Rashford’s winner in the reverse game in Lisbon. Rui Vitoria’s side were the same except for the suspended Luisão being replaced by Jardel.

threatened first, via a corner won by Douglas off Blind, although David De Gea easily stopped it. Mourinho’s 4-2-3-1 had Lingard as the No10, splitting Mata and Martial right and left. The latter, the scorer of Saturday’s winner, won an early free-kick after being dropped by Rúben Dias. Svilar dived to his right to save Martial’s poor attempt of a penalty. United took their time to create an opening for Lukaku who strode forward and forced a save from Svilar. Next, Nemanja Matic’s 30-yard shot rebounded off Svilar’s left post, hit the unfortunate keeper’s shoulder and went in as an embarrassing own goal that culd have been two but the misfiring Lukaku failed to finish when clear in on Svilar. Lukaku was looking for a goal and was lucky to be awarded a foul when a first touch had the ball bouncing hard off him before being going down. Mourinho took off Mata and sub Marcus Rashford’s 15-minute cameo on his 20th birthday featured his winning of the penalty. Lukaku goes into United’s Premier League clash with Chelsea needing to break what is now a six-game goal drought.

Squads

Manchester United made six changes to the side that defeated Tottenham last weekend. Missing: Phil Jones, Ashley Young, Ander Herrera, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Antonio Valencia and Marcus Rashford. Taking their places: Daley Blind, Matteo Darmian, Scott McTominay, Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial. Benfica named the same side that took on Manchester United at the Estadio da Luz in their last meeting, with the exception of the suspended Luisao. In comes captain Jardel. Rookie goalie Mile Svilar is given another chance to showcase his talent after his debut against United.

Manchester United

de Gea, Darmian, Bailly, Smalling, Blind, McTominay, Matic, Mata, Lingard, Martial, Lukaku. Subs: Romero, Lindelof, Young, Rashford, Herrera, Mkhitaryan, Shaw.

Benfica

Svilar, Douglas, Jardel, Dias, Grimaldo, Pizzi, Fejsa, Filipe Augusto, Salvio, Jimenez, Goncalves. Subs: Julio Cesar, Lopez, Samaris, Jonas, Seferovic, Eliseu, Cervi.

Referee: Gediminas Mazeika (Lithuania).

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EPL first place club Manchester United has resigned superstar Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic who will be the "extra man" for United following the Christmas holiday season said manager Jose Mourinho. Thirty-five-year-old Ibra who scored 28 goals in 48 matches for Man United last campaign, has signed a new one-year deal. Due to a knee injury, Ibrahimovic was released prematurely by the titan club in June 2017 after the season was ended.

 

"I am back to finish what I started. It was always mine and the club's intention for me to stay. I cannot wait to get back out on that Old Trafford pitch, but I also know that I have to take my time to make sure that I am ready. I have been working hard and will continue to do so to make sure I am in the best possible condition for my return to the pitch."

"Let him do his work, step by step and come back when he is ready," said Mourinho. "He won't be ready for the group phase of the Champions League. No chance of that. I just think he will be the extra man for us in the second part of the season. The second part of the season is normally January, after Christmas, when the transfer window reopens."

 

Ibrahimovic who initially was hired by Manchester United on a free transfer in July 2016, has been in rehab recuperating at United's training ground after knee surgery.

 

"A club like Manchester United has to show how big it is in details," said Mourinho. "This is a big detail. A player that gets injured with a Manchester United shirt, fighting for Manchester United, the club has to be there for him. I am really happy with both the club and player. Some talent you cannot waste”.

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United announced that Ibra would be wearing the number 10 shirt after new signing Romelu Lukaku took the 9 jersey that was previously the Swede's. Ibrahimovic will have competition for a forward place from £75m Man United signing Romelu Lukaku, Marcus Rashford, and Anthony Martial. Martial scored four times in 25 Premier League games for United last season, but the 21-year-old forward has netted twice in two substitute appearances this term. Although France international Martial was linked with a move from Old Trafford, Mourinho said he wants "more and more" from Martial.

"I hope he will be better this season than last," said the Portuguese Red Devils’ boss. "When you have some talent you cannot waste. When you are blessed with talent, you have to fulfill and explore it. You cannot be happy with just glimpses. That I am not going to change."

In the new season, Mourinho expects to see improvement from United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan after having initially endured a slow start to his Manchester United career.

"He understands me and I understand him," added Mourinho about Mkhitaryan. "With his talent, this season will be even better."

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Wayne Rooney who recently left Old Trafford to his return to Goodison Park and his boyhood club Everton recently announced his retirement from international football. Mourinho said the former England captain "told me the night before", and that he understood the 31-year-old's former England and Manchester United captain’s reasons for doing so.

"He does it for Everton and his family," said Mourinho. "I realize, like many other people, when he retires how many times he plays, how many goals he scored, what he represents for football in this country."

The Red Devil’s will play their opening Champions League match in Group A on September 12 at home at Old Trafford against FC Basel after gaining a spot in the upcoming 2017 - 2018 Champions League Group Stages by winning the Europa League. Legendary Swedish football star Ibrahimovic starred for United last season but missed playing in Man United’s Europa League triumph in Stockholm after sustaining a serious knee injury against Anderlecht in the quarter-final second leg. 

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Superstar Ibrahimovic, 35, made 46 appearances and scored 28 goals for the club during the 2016-17 England Premier League campaign. Ibrahimovic has won a trophy in each of the past 15 seasons of his career.

"We are delighted Zlatan is on the road to recovery and we are equally delighted to have his ambition and experience back with us. After his contribution last season he deserves our trust and we will be patient waiting for him to return. I have no doubt that he will be important in the second part of the season," said Red Devil’s boss Mourinho.

Reportedly, Ibrahimovic is being considered for a coaching role with the club when he retires from playing.  The veteran forward rejoins Mourinho’s United side that have steamrollered two 3 wins to open their Premier League campaign taking them to first place on the EPL Table. 

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On Saturday, the Manchester United Legends play the Barcelona Legends at Old Trafford. Red Devils' Legends captain Bryan Robson’s side carry a two-goal lead into the tie having won the first leg 3-1 at Barca's Nou Camp.

 

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“It’s nice to have a club with charisma like Barcelona coming and playing at Old Trafford, and the boys will be well up for it because the tradition between Man United and Barcelona in Europe is there for all to see. They’ve got some real good forwards and midfield players, and we’ve got some real good forwards in our squad, so it’ll be a competitive game.”

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"Of course it's always nice to go back to Old Trafford, I played there in Michael Carrick's testimonial match and I have played in a few other charity games. I'm looking forward to playing against Barcelona in September. Hopefully, we're not going to mess it up! [Laughs] Not many teams go away and win the first leg so we should be able to lift the trophy."

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UEFA Champions League holders Real Madrid will face Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham Hotspur and Apoel FC in Group H after the draw for Europe's biggest club competition took place in Monaco on Thursday. England Premier League giant club Manchester United return on fire to the popular tournament after last year's success in the UEFA Europa League. The Red Devils will battle Benfica, FC Basel and CSKA Moscow in Group A. Reigning Premier League champions Chelsea have been drawn with Atletico Madrid, Roma and Qarabag FK in Group C. Opening matches are scheduled for September 12 and 13.

Los Blancos' draw is labeled as a group of death, and Real Madrid's trips to Germany and England could see them lose their chance to win the famous trophy again. Superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo inspired his side previously in the competition, but the Spanish La Liga winners will have to be amazing to retain the Champions League for the third season running.

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Group A: Benfica, Manchester United, Basel, CSKA Moscow

Group B: Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Anderlecht, Celtic

Group C: Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Roma, Qarabag

Group D: Juventus, Barcelona, Olympiakos, Sporting Lisbon

Group E: Spartak Moscow, Sevilla, Liverpool, Maribor

Group F: Shakhtar Donetsk, Manchester City, Napoli, Feyenoord

Group G: Monaco, Porto, Besiktas, RB Leipzig

Group H: Real Madrid, Borussia Dortmund, Tottenham Hotspur, Apoel

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FC Barcelona v Juventus

Olympiacos FC v Sporting Clube de Portugal

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Wednesday 27 Sep 2017

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CSKA Moskva v Manchester United FC

Paris Saint-Germain v FC Bayern München

RSC Anderlecht v Celtic FC 

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Qarabağ FK v AS Roma

Sporting Clube de Portugal v FC Barcelona

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Wednesday 18 Oct 2017

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RSC Anderlecht v Paris Saint-Germain FC

Bayern München v Celtic FC

Qarabağ FK v Club Atlético de Madrid

Chelsea FC v AS Roma

Juventus Football Club v Sporting Clube de Portugal

FC Barcelona v Olympiacos FC

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Tuesday 31 Oct 2017

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Paris Saint-Germain v RSC Anderlecht

Celtic FC v FC Bayern München

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Olympiacos FC v FC Barcelona

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Wednesday 22 Nov 2017

PFC CSKA Moskva v SL Benfica

FC Basel 1893 v Manchester United FC

RSC Anderlecht v FC Bayern München

Paris Saint-Germain v Celtic FC

Qarabağ FK v Chelsea FC

Club Atlético de Madrid v AS Roma

Juventus Football Club v FC Barcelona

Sporting Clube de Portugal v Olympiacos FC

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Tuesday 5 Dec 2017

SL Benfica v FC Basel 1893

Manchester United FC v PFC CSKA Moskva

FC Bayern München v Paris Saint-Germain

Celtic FC v RSC Anderlecht

Chelsea FC v Club Atlético de Madrid

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Group D: Barcelona v Juventus, Olympiacos v Sporting CP

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Group E: Maribor v Spartak Moskva, Liverpool v Sevilla
Group F: Feyenoord v Manchester City, Shakhtar v Napoli
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Group H: Real Madrid v APOEL, Tottenham Hotspur v Borussia Dortmund

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11.12.17: Round of 16 Draw
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16.3.18: Quarter-final Draw
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13.4.18: Semi-final and Final Draw
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England Premier League Week 3 tickets, fixtures, results

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Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United, is the top Premier League goal-scorer

England Premier League Week 2 Results

Swansea City 0-4 Manchester United

Southampton 3-2 West Ham United

Leicester City 2-0 Brighton & Hove Albion

Bournemouth 0-2 Watford

Burnley 0-1 West Bromwich Albion

Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace

Stoke City 0-1 Arsenal             

England Premier League Week 2 Standings (Goal Difference)

1. Manchester United - 6 (+8)

2. West Bromwich Albion - 6 (+2)

3. Watford - 4 (+2)

4. Liverpool - 4 (+1)

5. Southampton - 4 (+1)

6. Huddersfield Town - 3 (+3)

7. Manchester City - 3 (+2)

8. Tottenham Hotspur - 3 (+2)

9. Leicester City - 3 (+1)

10. Arsenal - 3 (+1)

11. Everton - 3 (+1)

12. Burnley - 3 (0)

13. Swansea City - 1 (-4)

14. Chelsea - 0 (-1)

15. Stoke City - 0 (-1)

16. Newcastle United - 0 (-2)

17. Bournemouth - 0 (-3)

18. Crystal Palace - 0 (-4)

19. Brighton & Hove Albion - 0 (-4)

20. West Ham United - 0 (-5)

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku celebrates scoring his sides second goal with Daley Blind during the Premier League match between Swansea City v Manchester United at Liberty Stadium on August 19, 2017, in Swansea, Wales.

England Premier League Week 2 Top 10 Scorers (Goals)

To date, here is a list of the top EPL goal scorers.

1. Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United (3)

2. Paul Pogba, Manchester United (2)

3. Anthony Martial, Manchester United (2)

4. Javier Hernandez, West Ham United (2)

5. Steve Mounie, Huddersfield Town (2)

6. Sam Vokes, Burnley (2)

7. Jamie Vardy, Leicester City (2)

8. Shinji Okazaki, Leicester City (2)

9. Sadio Mane, Liverpool (2)

10. Danny Welbeck, Arsenal (1)

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Manchester United's Paul Pogba celebrates

MANCHESTER UNITED TICKETS

Manchester United are on fire in first place on top of the England Premier League after EPL MatchWeek 2 going into Week 3 in the new 2017-18 season. Next Man Utd host wonder club Leicester City at Old Trafford Stadium in the city of Manchester on August 26th. LiveFootballTickets.com has the very best authentic, 150% guaranteed Manchester United tickets for sale now on their online football tickets marketplace at cheap prices!

AUG 26 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Leicester City Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

SEP 9 2017 English Premier League Stoke City v Manchester United Tickets Britannia Stadium - Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

SEP 17 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Everton Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

SEP 23 2017 English Premier League Southampton v Manchester United Tickets St Marys Stadium - Southampton, United Kingdom

SEP 30 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Crystal Palace Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

OCT 14 2017 English Premier League Liverpool v Manchester United Tickets Anfield Road - Liverpool, United Kingdom

OCT 21 2017 English Premier League Huddersfield Town v Manchester United Tickets John Smith's Stadium - Huddersfield, United Kingdom

OCT 28 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

NOV 5 2017 English Premier League Chelsea v Manchester United Tickets Stamford Bridge - London, United Kingdom

NOV 18 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Newcastle United Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

NOV 25 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Brighton & Hove Albion Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

NOV 28 2017 English Premier League Watford v Manchester United Tickets Vicarage Road - Watford, United Kingdom

DEC 2 2017 English Premier League Arsenal v Manchester United Tickets Emirates Stadium - London, United Kingdom

DEC 9 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Manchester City Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

DEC 12 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Bournemouth Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

DEC 16 2017 English Premier League West Bromwich Albion v Manchester United Tickets Hawthorns - West Bromwich, United Kingdom

DEC 23 2017 English Premier League Leicester City v Manchester United Tickets King Power Stadium - Leicester, United Kingdom

DEC 26 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Burnley Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

DEC 30 2017 English Premier League Manchester United v Southampton Tickets Old Trafford - Manchester, United Kingdom

JAN 1 2018 English Premier League Everton v Manchester United Tickets Goodison Park - Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Manchester United v West Ham United - Premier League

Manchester United’s Anthony Martial and Romelu Lukaku celebrate

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski dives as Anthony Martial of Manchester United scores his sides fourth goal during the Premier League Week 2 match between Swansea City and Manchester United at Liberty Stadium on August 19, 2017 in Swansea, Wales.

Swansea City v Manchester United - Premier League

Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial celebrate

England Premier League Week 1 tickets, fixtures, results

Chelsea v Sunderland - Premier League

Chelsea v Sunderland - Premier League

Reigning EPL Champions Chelsea manager Antonio Conte celebrates victory with Premier League trophy in 2017

Chelsea v Watford - Premier League

Reigning EPL Champions Chelsea manager Antonio Conte celebrates victory with his side in 2017

PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS PLAY OPENERS THIS WEEKEND

Results

Reigning Premier League champions Chelsea were defeated by Burnley 3-2 in their first match of the 2017-18 season on Saturday in one of many shocking results on the opening weekend.

Huddersfield Town soundly defeated Crystal Palace 3-0 in south London. Watford earned a late draw with Liverpool. Manchester City defeated Brighton & Hove Albion.

Friday

Arsenal 4-3 Leicester

Saturday

Watford 3-3 Liverpool

Chelsea 2-3 Burnley

Crystal Palace 0-3 Huddersfield Town

Everton 1-0 Stoke City

Southampton 0-0 Swansea City

West Bromwich Albion 1-0 Bournemouth

Brighton & Hove Albion 0-2 Manchester City

Sunday

Newcastle United 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur 

Manchester United 4-0 West Ham United

Manchester United v West Ham United - Premier League

English Premier League Standings

After Week 1, going into Week 2, Manchester United, Huddersfield Town, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Burnley, Everton, West Bromwich each have three points apiece after winning their EPL MatchWeek 1 fixtures.

1

Manchester United

1

+4

3

2

Huddersfield Town

1

+3

3

3

Manchester City

1

+2

3

4

Tottenham Hotspur

1

+2

3

5

Arsenal

1

+1

3

6

Burnley

1

+1

3

7

Everton

1

+1

3

8

West Bromwich

1

+1

3

9

Liverpool

1

0

1

10

Watford

1

0

1

11

Southampton

1

0

1

12

Swansea City

1

0

1

13

Leicester City

1

-1

0

14

Chelsea

1

-1

0

15

AFC Bournemouth

1

-1

0

16

Stoke City

1

-1

0

17

Brighton & Albion

1

-2

0

18

Newcastle United

1

-2

0

19

Crystal Palace

1

-3

0

20

West Ham United

1

-4

0

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Last minute EPL football tickets for good seats are still available for this weekend’s season opening clashes to watch your favorite England Premier League club start their 2017-18 campaign.

The Premier League returns on Friday, with Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal taking on Leicester City in the 2017-18 season opener. Popular Chelsea will begin their reign and battle to retain the title after winning the 2016-17 EPL title in manager Antonio Conte's first season as manager. The England Premier League champions welcome Burnley in their opening fixture at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, with the Blues planning to get off to a perfect start. New boys Brighton & Hove Albion host Manchester City in their first game in the top flight, and Manchester United open up against West Ham United at Old Trafford on Sunday. Liverpool travel to Watford for their first encounter of the season, and neighbors Everton will battle Stoke City.

Here is the opening England Premier League matches schedule with links to buy tickets for fixtures for the top of the table clubs:               

Friday, Aug. 11

7:45 p.m. 2:45 p.m. ET Arsenal v Leicester City tickets

Saturday, Aug. 12

12:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m. ET Watford v Liverpool tickets

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET Chelsea v Burnley tickets

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET Crystal Palace v Huddersfield Town

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET Everton v Stoke City tickets

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET Southampton v Swansea City

3 p.m. 10 a.m ET West Bromwich Albion v Bournemouth

5:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. ET Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester City tickets

Sunday, Aug. 13

1:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m ET Newcastle United v Tottenham Hotspur tickets

4 p.m. 11 a.m. ET Manchester United v West Ham United tickets   

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