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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be under pressure to reverse his side’s poor form when they return to action after the international break. United have won just three of their last 10 games and the Norwegian is fighting to keep his job at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils have slipped to sixth in the Premier League table following their 2-0 defeat at the hands of Manchester City on Saturday.

They were knocked out of the Carabao Cup in September, but they are top of their Champions League group.

Solskjaer will be working hard over the international break to find a solution to his problems and will be desperate to get his side back on the pitch to put things right.

Express Sport looks at Man Utd’s next six fixtures, which are very much make or break for Solskjaer.

Watford at Vicarage Road

United face a tough trip to Vicarage Road on Saturday, November 20 and will be confident of securing a much-needed three points.

Watford are just outside of the bottom three but have recently appointed Premier League-winning manager Claudio Ranieri as their new boss.

The Hornets have looked much more solid under the Italian and will be hoping to heap more misery on Solskjaer.

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is under pressure to stem his team’s run of poor form (Image: GETTY)

Villarreal at Estadio de la Ceramica

Man Utd travel to Spain three days after facing Watford for a crucial Champions League encounter.

United are level on points with Villarreal in Group F but could drop to third if they lose and Atalanta beat Young Boys on the same evening.

If the Red Devils do end the evening staring at the nightmare scenario, Solskjaer could be relieved of his duties there and then.

Chelsea at Stamford Bridge

Perhaps United’s toughest fixture over the next six games will come as they face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge at the end of the month.

Chelsea have been in scintillating form this season and are top of the Premier League after winning eight of their first 11 games.

But the Blues lost at home to Manchester City in September and dropped points to Burnley last time out.

So Solskjaer will see the contest as an opportunity to get a big result.

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Arsenal at Old Trafford

Man Utd begin December with a Thursday night Premier League clash with Arsenal.

The Gunners are currently one of the form sides in the top-flight and are unbeaten in their last eight games.

Mikel Arteta’s side have looked impregnable at times during those encounters and will be hard for United to break down.

Arsenal defeated Man Utd at Old Trafford last season – and Solskjaer can’t afford to allow that to happen again.

Crystal Palace at Old Trafford

Crystal Palace were another side to inflict defeat on the Red Devils at Old Trafford during the last campaign after the Eagles claimed a 3-1 win in the opening month of the season.

And this will be another tricky encounter for United as Palace have lost just two Premier League games this time around.

Manchester United have been tipped to sack their boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer (Image: GETTY)

But Solskjaer has to beat teams like Palace if he wants to remain in his job.

Young Boys at Old Trafford

Man Utd will be looking for revenge over Young Boys when they host them in the Champions League in early December.

It was the Red Devils’ defeat to the Swiss side in September which started to dismantle their season before it had even had a chance to really get going.

The outcome of this match could determine whether United qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League. And if they don’t, Solskjaer will surely be given his marching orders.

Liverpool’s next six games:

Liverpool vs Arsenal (PL)

Liverpool vs Porto (CL)

Liverpool vs Southampton (PL)

Everton vs Liverpool (PL)

Wolves vs Liverpool (PL)

AC Milan vs Liverpool (CL)

Arsenal’s next six games:

Liverpool vs Arsenal (PL)

Arsenal vs Newcastle (PL)

Man Utd vs Arsenal (PL)

Everton vs Arsenal (PL)

Arsenal vs Southampton (PL)

Arsenal vs West Ham (PL)

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