With five league games left for United, we recall this season's reverse fixtures:
11 September 2010 - Everton (A) 3-3
13 December 2010 - Arsenal (H) 1-0
1 March 2011 - Chelsea (A) 1-2
27 November 2010 - Blackburn (H) 7-1
25 January 2011 - Blackpool (A) 3-2
As the Reds prepare for the final five league games, we take a look at how United fared in this season's reverse fixtures. By the looks of things, we could be in for quite a ride...
Everton (A) 3-3 - A stunning away display seemed to have secured three points for the Reds until Tim Cahill and Mikel Arteta scored in injury time.
Arsenal (H) 1-0 - Ji-sung Park's deftly-directed header proved enough, even allowing for Wayne Rooney's penalty miss.
Chelsea (A) 1-2 - Rooney's opener was just reward for a fine first-half performance but goals from David Luiz and Frank Lampard claimed a controversial win for the home side.
Blackburn (H) 7-1 - Rovers ran into a United side on top form with Dimitar Berbatov helping himself to five goals on a day to remember for the Bulgarian.
Blackpool (A) 3-2 - The Seasiders were 2-0 up at half-time, only to be turned over by the Reds' storming response. A classic comeback.