February fixture changes for Reds

Thursday 21 December 2023 11:00

Three alterations to Manchester United's Premier League programme in February have been announced.

Erik ten Hag's side have a game on the first of that month, with the away clash at Wolves already switched to Thursday 1 February, kicking off at 20:15 GMT, in order for live TNT Sports coverage.

Our next three league matches will all now take place on Sundays, starting with the home fixture against our next opponents, West Ham United, on 4 February, starting at 14:00 GMT. On the following weekend, we are at high-flying Aston Villa for a 16:30 GMT kick-off before, exactly a week later, our first league visit to Luton Town since 1992 will take place. 

All three of those rearranged matches will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK.

The games against the Hammers and Villa represent quite quick turnarounds as the reverse matches are only due to take place before 2023 is out, with a visit to the London Stadium on Saturday preceding the Boxing Day encounter with Unai Emery's Midlanders at Old Trafford.

Our final Premier League outing of February remains a Saturday 15:00 GMT kick-off, as Fulham head north to Manchester.

However, the Cottagers clash will need to be postponed if the west Londoners make it through to the Carabao Cup final on Sunday 25 February. Marco Silva's men face Liverpool in the two-legged semi-finals.


Thursday 1: Wolves (A) 20:15 GMT
Sunday 4: West Ham United (H) 14:00 GMT
Sunday 11: Aston Villa (A) 16:30 GMT
Sunday 18: Luton Town (A) 16:30 GMT
Saturday 24: Fulham (H) 15:00 GMT*

* To be confirmed