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Revealed: Dates for United's final Premier League fixtures

Manchester United now have dates and times for all of the club's remaining 2019/20 Premier League fixtures, following confirmation of live television coverage for matches 36 and 37.

United's meetings with two London clubs were the only two left to slot into the diary, with our progress in the Emirates FA Cup impacting on the date for the clash with David Moyes's West Ham United.

Our home game against the Hammers had initially been given a restart date of 18 July but will now be played at Old Trafford on the following Wednesday, 22 July. Kick-off is at 18:00 BST and it will be shown live in the UK on Sky Sports.

On the preceding Thursday, 16 July, the Reds will travel to the capital for a rearranged away clash with Crystal Palace.

The game against the Eagles will kick off at 20:15 BST for a live broadcast on BT Sport.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's in-form side will be determined to improve on our results in the corresponding fixtures as we strive to obtain a place in the top four.

Palace left Old Trafford with a 2-1 victory in August, when Patrick van Aanholt scored deep into injury time after Daniel James's equaliser cancelled out Jordan Ayew's opener.

The Reds were beaten 2-0 at West Ham a month later, with Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell netting, but the Reds are looking a very different animal at the moment.

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Sat 4 July: Bournemouth (H) 15:00
Thu 9 July: Aston Villa (A) 20:15
Mon 13 July: Southampton (H) 20:00
Thu 16 July: Crystal Palace (A) 20:15
Wed 22 July: West Ham (H) 18:00
Sun 26 July: Leicester City (A) 16:00

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