Due to the alteration in the Premier League match, Man Utd will have more time to prepare for their Champions League trip to Copenhagen.
The kickoff time for Manchester United’s Premier League match against Fulham on Saturday, November 4, has been changed to 12.30pm. With a trip to Craven Cottage, which has been chosen for live television broadcast in the UK, Erik ten Hag’s team begins the month of November. TNT Sports will broadcast the game live.
The earlier start time gives United more time to prepare for their road match against FC Copenhagen on Wednesday, November 8, which will be their fourth Champions League group round matchup. On Saturday, November 11, the Saturday 3pm slot continues for the home game against Luton Town the following weekend.
Due to an international break in the middle of the month of November, United will have a weekend off before returning to play Everton at Goodison Park on Saturday, November 25. On Wednesday, November 29, they will play away against Galatasaray to finish the month.
Since taking over as United’s manager last summer, Ten Hag has triumphed in all three of his encounters with Fulham. Also in November of last year, they traveled to Craven Cottage, where Alejandro Garnacho’s 94th-minute winner gave them a thrilling 2-1 victory.
On the last day of the previous season, United also triumphed 2-1 in the reverse match at Old Trafford. Between league matches, the Reds won 3-1 at home in the FA Cup quarterfinals, advancing despite having manager Marco Silva, Aleksandr Mitrovic, and Willian all receive red cards.