Thrills at the Kirklees as Huddersfield outplay Manchester United.

The Premier League has certainly started to hot up, and this latest result for newly promoted Huddersfield Town provides confirmation of this, in what was easily their best performance of the campaign so far.

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PREVIEW: Huddersfield Town vs Manchester United – 21/10/17

Huddersfield Town vs Manchester United 

Date: 21/10/17

K.O: 15.00pm

Huddersfield Town host Manchester United on Saturday, with the Terriers looking to end a six-game winless run in the Premier League.

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PREVIEW: Liverpool vs Manchester United – 14/10/17

Liverpool vs. Manchester United

Date: 14/10/17

K.O: 12.30pm

TV: Sky Sports Main Event

Liverpool host Manchester United in the lunch-time kick-off on Saturday, as the clubs meet for the 199th time in all competitions.

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Manchester United march on as Crystal Palace lose seven on the bounce.

Manchester United scored four goals once again this season, meaning they have scored four goals in four of their last five fixtures. The 7th round fixture of this seasons Premier League was always going to be a tough fixture for this struggling Crystal Palace side. Once Crystal Palace had conceded inside the first three minutes, the question on most peoples minds was how many?

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Is the top-six of the Premier League table beginning to take shape?

After a thrilling first six game-weeks in this year’s Premier League campaign, the top quarter of the table already contains the teams expecting to be occupying these spots by the end of the season. Watford currently sit in the sixth position, but Arsenal are lurking just one point behind in seventh.

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PREVIEW: Southampton vs Manchester United – 23/09/17

Southampton vs. Manchester United

Date: 23/09/17

K.O: 15.00pm

Southampton play host to Manchester United on Saturday, with both sides looking to add a valuable three points to their campaigns in this contest at St Mary’s.

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Manchester United turn up the heat as Everton lose three on the bounce.

Manchester United continued their unbeaten start with an emphatic 4-0 win at Old Trafford over a struggling Everton. This display spoiled Wayne Rooney’s return to the club he graced for thirteen years while Lukaku scored one and made one to sink his former side.

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