Man Utd Football fixtures January And February 2023

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Manchester United returned to training yesterday as they prepare to face Nottingham Forest in the first-leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final on Wednesday.

Erik Ten Hag has made clear his intention to and a near six-year trophy drought at Old Trafford, with this competition his nearest and most realistic opportunity to do so this season. The first leg will see United head to the City Ground before the return at Old Trafford caps off a week in which the Reds play three cup games.

With only two full days rest between games, the Dutchman could well make a few changes at Forest but will ensure an experienced core remains. Club captain Harry Maguire started both of the previous Carabao Cup games and is in line to do so again – as is Casemiro, who missed the Arsenal defeat via suspension.

Meanwhile, there is now just one week left in the January transfer window, meaning time is running out for clubs across Europe to strengthen their respective squads. United have added two new faces this month in the form of Jack Butland and Wout Weghorst, but remain active in the market at they plan for a busy summer.

United’s summer window plans are also reportedly shaping up, with Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen said to be under consideration by the Old Trafford outfit. Kane equalled Jimmy Greaves’ all-time record of 266 goals for Tottenham with the winner in Monday night’s 1-0 Premier League triumph at Fulham but reports have linked him with a summer move.


Manchester United enter the second half of the season with promise and purpose as Erik ten Hag continues to build his Red Devils into a functioning unit.

The former Ajax boss may need more time to develop his squad into a title-winning machine but 2022/23 has offered a tantalising glimpse of the future under the Dutchman’s spell.

Marcus Rashford’s form has been turbo-charged since the World Cup and any success that comes United’s direction this term will surely come as a result of his fine work.

While his team have been producing encouraging performances and results, Ten Hag has had his fair share of issues to deal with away from the pitch.

The biggest of which was Cristiano Ronaldo, who was being used sparingly with Rashford back in form and Alejandro Garnacho emerging from the development team.

The ageing superstar sparked headlines by criticising Ten Hag in a controversial interview with Piers Morgan, which prompted his swift departure on a free transfer.

Here is everything you need to know about Man Utd’s upcoming fixtures.

When do Man Utd play next?

Manchester United’s next match will see them take on Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup semi-finals.

The game will take place on Wednesday 25th January 2023 with an 8pm kick-off time.

You can tune into the game on Sky Sports Football and Main Event.

Man Utd fixtures on TV

Wednesday 25th January

Carabao Cup semi-finals 1st leg: Nottingham Forest v Man Utd (8pm)

Saturday 28th January

FA Cup fourth round: Man Utd v Reading (8pm)

Wednesday 1st February

Carabao Cup semi-finals 2nd leg: Man Utd v Nottingham Forest (8pm)

Wednesday 8th February

Premier League: Man Utd v Leeds (8pm)

Sunday 12th February

Premier League: Leeds v Man Utd (2pm)

Thursday 16th February

Europa League knockout play-offs 1st leg: Barcelona v Man Utd (5:45pm)

Sunday 19th February

Premier League: Man Utd v Leicester (2pm)

Thursday 23rd February

Europa League knockout play-offs 2nd leg: Man Utd v Barcelona (8pm)t.

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