Olé Gunnar Solskjaer and his Manchester United side will be facing a big test in our next seven premier league fixtures before and after the international break.
The Red Devils have stuttered at the start of the season, and will be expected to win their next seven if they want to finish in the top four.
Everton are our next opponents in the league, and although they’re currently in the top six, they’re not considered a tradition top side.
The match is a must-win for Solskjaer and his boys, and the test will continue after the international break when we have six more games against lower league sides.
Some of the matches then will be against the likes of West Ham, West Brom and Southampton, and clearly, the team will be expected to win them all.
Solskjaer will especially understand the importance of these matches, knowing well his employment status could change if anything goes wrong.
Take a look at the fixtures below:
Everton, 7 November 2020, away
West Brom, 21 November 2020, home
Southampton, 29 November 2020, away
West Ham United, 05 December 2020, away
Manchester City, 12 December 2020, home
Sheffield United, 16 December 2020, away
Leeds United, 19 December 2020, home