All the three Manchester United’s Premier League games in March have been postponed to allow for live television broadcast.
It will be a crucial month for Ralf Rangnick’s team, as they face league leaders Man City, Tottenham, and Liverpool during that time.
The Red Devils’ derby clash against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium has been switched to Sunday 6 March, with a 16:30 kick-off.
The following weekend’s Old Trafford against Spurs has been put back to 17:30 GMT on Saturday 12 March.
Lastly, will travel to Anfield to take on their biggest rivals in Liverpool. The match is however subject to change if any or both teams advance to the next round of the FA Cup.
United’s postponed match against Brighton has also been given a date, Tuesday 15 February at Old Trafford.
The clash against the Seagulls was initially supposed to take place on 18 December but was called off due to a Covid outbreak.
Manchester United Premier League march fixtures changes are;
- Tue 15 Feb: Brighton (H) 20:15 GMT
- Sun 6 Mar: Man City (A) 16:30 GMT
- Sat 12 Mar: Tottenham (H) 17:30 GMT
- Sun 20 Mar: Liverpool (A) 16:30 GMT