Date: 29th April 2016 at 6:11pm
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Vs Leicester City (H), May 1

While United have won plenty of Premier League titles at Old Trafford, they have also suffered the ignominy of losing their crown on their own ground, with Arsenal securing top-spot there in 2002. While the Red Devils are way off the pace on this occasion, they’ll do everything they can to stop Leicester winning on their patch. This should prove a tight affair.

Shoot Says: 1-1 draw

Photo: Simon Stacpoole / Offside.

Louis van Gaal’s United have won back-to-back Premier League games against Aston Villa and Crystal Palace respectively – Photo: Simon Stacpoole / Offside.

Vs Norwich City (A), May 8

Except a second-half humbling at Tottenham, United have been solid at the back in recent weeks, presenting Norwich with a tough task at Carrow Road. In what is likely to be a tight affair, given the Canaries’ league standing, the Red Devils

are more likely to find a breakthrough with the options of Wayne Rooney, Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.

Shoot Says: 1-0 win

Vs West Ham United (A), May 10

The last ever game at Upton Park should prove an enthralling affair, with the two sides battling for European places. Should Man City and Liverpool find success in Europe, too, extra precedence would be played on the importance of this game. The Hammers look a more complete outfit than United at the moment, but they have struggled to turn draws into wins down the home straight.

Shoot Says: 2-2 draw

Vs AFC Bournemouth (H), May 15

There’s every chance that this could represent Louis van Gaal’s last Premier League game in charge of United, with Jose Mourinho poised to take over. With this in mind, it seems only fitting that his ultimately disappointing though far from disastrous tenure finishes with an ultimately disappointing though far from disastrous narrow win against surprise package Bournemouth.

Shoot Says: 1-0 win

Overall Points: 67
Final Position: 5th

 
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