Manchester United have lost their last two games in the league and they would be hoping to return to winning ways when they take on London club Fulham at home on Tuesday night in what’s their penultimate league game this season.Manchester United on TV would be a feature for the match scheduled to take place at the Theatre of Dreams on Tuesday. Fans are also expected for the game at Old Trafford for the first time in many months.


The Red Devils ended on the losing side for each of their last two matches in the league and they are massive favourites to win the Fulham game and get back to victory ways on the back of a two-game losing run against Leicester City and arch rivals Liverpool.

Manchester United on TV was a feature as the Red Devils were beaten at home by Leicester City. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer named a much-changed side for the Leicester City game in comparison to his usual starting line-up and that had a major impact on the outcome of the game.

Leicester City were able to boost their top-four hopes with a 2-1 win over the Red Devils. The Foxes took the lead through young left-back Luke Thomas before the equaliser from England international Mason Greenwood ensured that the two teams ended the first half on level terms. Leicester City defender CaglarSoyuncu produced a powerful header in the second half to help his team regain the lead. The Foxes then held on to that advantage to take the three points on offer.

Manchester United on TV was also a feature as the Red Devils made it two successive defeats at home in the league with the 4-2 loss to Liverpool. The Red Devils took the lead through leading goalscorer Bruno Fernandes but they were unable to hold on to the advantage.

Roberto Firmino (2), Mohamed Salah and Diogo Jota were all on the scoresheet for the Reds, while Marcus Rashfordfound the back of the net with the other goal for the Red Devils.