United v Swansea City, Sat 16 Aug KO 12.45pm live on BT Sport
Sunderland v United, Sun 24 Aug KO 4.00pm live on Sky Sports
Burnley v United, Sat 30 Aug KO 12.45pm live on BT Sport
United v Queens Park Rangers, Sun14 Sep KO 4.00pm live on Sky Sports
Leicester City v United, Sun 21 Sep KO 1.30pm live on Sky Sports
Manchester United v Everton, Sun 5 Oct KO 12.00pm live on BT Sport
West Bromwich Albion v United, Monday 20 Oct KO 8.00pm live on Sky Sports
United v Chelsea, Sun 26 Oct KO 4.00pm live on Sky Sports
Manchester City v United, Sunday 2 Nov KO 1.30pm live on Sky Sports
(This match may move depending upon the participation of Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League the following Tuesday)
Arsenal v United, Sat 22 Nov KO 5.30pm live on Sky Sports
Manchester United will raise the curtain on the new 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season when Louis van Gaal takes charge of the team for his first competitive game, against Swansea City, at Old Trafford on 16 August.
The 12:45 BST start will enable the Reds to attempt to make a flying start under the new regime with the following two fixtures, at Sunderland and Burnley, also rearranged to accommodate live television coverage.
There are 10 changes up until the end of November including a midday kick-off against Everton on 5 October and a Monday night date with West Brom later that month.
The derby encounter with Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium is provisionally scheduled for Sunday 2 November but could be switched depending on the Blues' Champions League commitments.