Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Aston Villa, Manchester City, Chelsea and Everton are all of the opponents that Manchester United will be facing off starting from March until April of the current year.

As the Premier League is reaching its last few months, the schedule of Manchester United seems to be getting tougher and tougher.

Manchester United sealed their 15th Premier League victory after overcoming Newcastle United with a narrow scoreboard of 1-0. The only goal of the entire match was scored by Ashley Young as the main offensive players of Manchester United continue struggling as they fail on scoring goals.

This victory against Newcastle United was a huge accomplishment for Louis van Gaal and his squad as they once again made an underwhelming performance. Newcastle United created 3 goal-scoring chances but failed on sealing it off and the only goal that Manchester United managed to score arrived due to a horrendous mistake from Tim Krul as it led to Ashley Young firing with a simple close range effort.

Chris Smalling brought down Emmanuel Riviere in the penalty area but somehow the referee failed on seeing it but it was a very clear foul that could have forced the match on ending in a 1-1 draw instead of Manchester United claiming yet another unconvincing victory.

David de Gea was once again the star of the match as he produced a number of impressive saves as he maintained a clean sheet and kept his team fighting by not falling behind in the scoreboard.

Louis van Gaal is expected to wait until May before making his mind up and decide on whether or not he wants to turn RadamelFalcao into a permanent signing. When the Colombian forward signed for Manchester United, the initial deal was a season long loan deal but it had an option on turning it permanently depending on how well Falcao performs in Old Trafford but it does not look like this will happen as the Colombian player has been a disaster since arriving to the Premier League where he has only managed on scoring 4 times in 17 league appearances.