Manchester United’s six Premier League fixtures in July have now been given provisional dates, all of which are subject to change for live TV coverage.
The UK kick-off times for the broadcast match, as is the case in June, will vary from the usual slots as revealed in due course.
The next month will commence with a home game against Bournemouth-pencilled for Saturday, July 4-and conclude with a ride to Leicester City on Sunday, July 26th. The final match would be our 38th and last one of this interrupted Premier League 2019/20.
Between those encounters with the Cherries and the Foxes, the Reds will visit Aston Villa, host Southampton, travel to Crystal Palace, and welcome West Ham United for our last home game of the season. All of the fixtures will be played behind closed doors and are subject to safety requirements being in place.
8️⃣ more days until Manchester United are back in action @juanmata8 🎩
— United Zone (@ManUnitedZone_) June 10, 2020
July’s provisional timetable follows Friday’s announcement that United will resume by playing Spurs away on Friday, June 19, and then taking home on Sheffield United on Wednesday, June 24, before closing this month on Tuesday, June 30 at Brighton & Hove Albion.
UNITED’S REMAINING PREMIER LEAGUE FIXTURES 2019/20*
19 June – Tottenham (A) 20:15
24 June – Sheffield Utd (H) 18:00
30 June – Brighton (A) 20:15
4 July – Bournemouth (H)
8 July – Aston Villa (A)
11 July – Southampton (H)
15 July – Crystal Palace (A)
18 July – West Ham (H)
26 July – Leicester City (A)
*June kick-offs are in UK time. July match dates subject to change.