The fixtures are coming thick and fast for both the Manchester United men’s and women’s team and they are both in action on the same day.
Erik ten Hag’s side are hoping to shake off the disappointment of drawing to Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Wednesday night as they look to secure a win over Arsenal, who are currently top of the Premier League table.
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 18, 2023
It looked as though Bruno Fernandes goal in the 44th minute would be enough to take United up to second in the Premier League table, but they were denied in stoppage-time as Michael Olise struck a brilliant free-kick to rescue a point for the Eagles.
The Manchester United men’s first team are in action against Arsenal on Sunday at the Emirates Stadium in what is an important game as they look to tighten their grip on a top four place and potentially deliver a knockout blow to Arsenal’s title hopes.
It is not just the United men’s team who are in action on Sunday because the women’s side are also in WSL action as they travel to Reading in what is a hugely significant game in Marc Skinner side’s quest for the title.
— Manchester United Women (@ManUtdWomen) January 18, 2023
Skinner’s team are coming off the back off an impressive 6-0 win over arch-rivals, Liverpool at Leigh Sports Village on Sunday, and they will be hoping to continue their stunning performance when they travel to the Madejski Stadium to take on the Royals.
The women’s side are currently third in the table, but they are level on points with second placed Arsenal in the WSL and are only three points behind Chelsea after the two sides drew 1-1 against each other at the Emirates Stadium last weekend.