Manchester United have two more Premier League games rearranged as fixture shake-up continues

United's away clash against Aston Villa in the league will now be played on Sunday, November 6, kicking off at 2pm. However, the match will not be shown on live TV.

Instead, it has been moved to accommodate the Reds' Europa League tie at Real Sociedad three days beforehand. Erik ten Hag's side's away Premier League match against Fulham has also been moved to the last day before domestic football breaks to make way for the World Cup finals in Qatar.

The match at Craven Cottage will now take place on Sunday, November 13 at 4.30pm and will be shown live on Sky Sports in the UK.

United's Carabao Cup campaign begins after their visit to Villa Park, where the Reds will face off against Aston Villa once again, this time at Old Trafford.

The club also revealed that no fresh date has been announced for this Sunday's home Premier League game with Leeds United.

The scheduled visit of Leeds on Sunday was put back due to a shortage of police officers ahead of the Queen's funeral on Monday, September 19. It was thought that games in London would be at the greatest risk but United also fell victim.

The visit of Leeds to Old Trafford is considered a 'category A' fixture, which would have required extra policing than other matches.

Liverpool's visit to Chelsea and Brighton's fixture against Crystal Palace are also off, with the remaining seven fixtures confirmed as being on.

United's updated Premier League Schedule:


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