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Will Manchester United finish in the top-four this season? 

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Manchester United suffered another demoralising defeat on Saturday at the hands of Fulham. 

With Rasmus Hojlund injured for a few weeks, the Red Devils struggled in attack. 

Marcus Rashford started as a centre-forward but failed to produce the Dane’s hard-work and hold-up play. 

They were toothless and were deservedly beaten 2-1 by Fulham at Old Trafford following their impressive success at Luton Town

Andre Onana made some excellent saves to keep the scoreline 0-0 until half-time, but the Cottagers finally broke the deadlock on 65 minutes. 

Calvin Bassey found the target on his second attempt with Timothy Castagne the provider. 

Harry Maguire popped up with a late equaliser to seemingly rescue a draw for United. 

However, Alex Iwobi slotted his low shot past Onana in the seventh minute of stoppage time to ensure all three points for Fulham. 

The defeat is a big blow for Manchester United’s Champions League hopes for next season. 

With 12 matches remaining in the 2023-24 league campaign, the Red Devils are now eight points behind fourth-placed Aston Villa. 

Liverpool, Manchester City and Arsenal are a level above everyone else this season and so they are likely to finish in the first three spots. 

Villa and Tottenham are in fierce competition for the remaining one position.   

If Erik ten Hag’s side want to edge out the two teams, they cannot afford to lose more points. 

If Manchester United go on an excellent run of form, only then can they get back in contention for the top-four. 


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