Manchester United have breathed new life into their pursuit of a top-four finish with consecutive victories in the Premier League. Against West Ham at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon, Rasmus Hojlund and Alejandro Garnacho (2) found the net for United in a convincing 3-0 win, propelling them past their opponents into sixth place.

While Erik ten Hag and his squad still face a daunting task ahead, having already suffered nine defeats this season, they remain in contention for Champions League qualification. Moreover, there’s a glimmer of hope with the possibility of a fifth European spot up for grabs in the upcoming campaign.

However, there remains a six-point gap between United and Tottenham in fifth position, with Liverpool and Arsenal maintaining a considerable lead after their clash at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. Let’s delve into the upcoming fixtures for United and their immediate rivals:

Manchester City – 3rd (46 points)
– Monday, February 5 vs Brentford (A) at 8pm
– Saturday, February 10 vs Everton (H) at 12.30pm
– Saturday, February 17 vs Chelsea (H) at 5.30pm
– Tuesday, February 20 vs Brentford (H) at 7.30pm
– Saturday, February 24 vs Bournemouth (A) at 5.30pm
– Sunday, March 3 vs Manchester United (H) at 3.30pm

Aston Villa – 4th (46 points)
– Sunday, February 11 vs Manchester United (H) at 4.30pm
– Saturday, February 17 vs Fulham (A) at 3pm
– Saturday, February 24 vs Nottingham Forest (H) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 2 vs Luton Town (A) at 5.30pm
– Saturday, March 9 vs Tottenham (H) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 16 vs West Ham (A) at 3pm

Tottenham – 5th (44 points)
– Saturday, February 10 vs Brighton (H) at 3pm
– Saturday, February 17 vs Wolves (H) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 2 vs Crystal Palace (H) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 9 vs Aston Villa (A) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 16 vs Fulham (A) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 30 vs Luton Town (H) at 3pm

Manchester United – 6th (38 points)
– Sunday, February 11 vs Aston Villa (A) at 4.30pm
– Sunday, February 18 vs Luton Town (A) at 4.30pm
– Saturday, February 24 vs Fulham (H) at 3pm
– Sunday, March 3 vs Man City (A) at 3.30pm
– Saturday, March 9 vs Everton (H) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 30 vs Brentford (A) at 3pm

West Ham – 7th (36 points)
– Sunday, February 11 vs Arsenal (H) at 2pm
– Saturday, February 17 vs Nottingham Forest (A) at 3pm
– Monday, February 26 vs Brentford (H) at 8pm
– Saturday, March 2 vs Everton (A) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 9 vs Burnley (H) at 3pm
– Saturday, March 16 vs Aston Villa (H) at 3pm

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