Manchester United learn the fate of Sheffield United clash and FA Cup ties
According to MEN, Manchester United vs Sheffield United tie is one of the matches that has been penned down to be played at a neutral venue.
The fixture which is originally supposed to have taken place at Old Trafford is among a number of matches that have been recommended to be played at a neutral venue.
A key battle in the race for top four, the winner would have taken a step closer to Champions League qualification. Although we would have had loved the crowd to urge us on, circumstances have otherwise proven to be a hindrance.
The Blades have enjoyed a memorable season back in the top-flight. Chris Wilder’s side look set for European qualification and possibly even Champions League qualification.
A decision is yet to be taken as to where the game will be played. Once this is for sure, it will be hard-fought indeed.
The Red Devils will also continue their FA Cup journey against Norwich City. The quarter-finals of the prestigious competition is scheduled for the weekend of 27-28 June. The semi-finals are set to take place on the weekend of 11-12 July, with the final set for 1st August. (h/t Metro)
United are the away team as they take on the Canaries who dumped out former boss Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham Hotspur in the last round.
The Red Devils also have one foot in the UEFA Europa League quarterfinals. With an opportunity to win two trophies on the table, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could very well start a new dynasty by the end of this season.
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It remains to be seen if we can pick off from where we left in March.