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MANCHESTER UNITED RESERVES FIXTURES 2017/18

PREMIER LEAGUE 2

Mon 14 Aug - Leicester City (A) 1-0
Mon 21 Aug - Swansea City (H) 1-1
Fri 25 Aug - Tottenham Hotspur (A) 0-3
Fri 8 Sept - Arsenal (H) 2-0
Mon 18 Sept - Chelsea (A) 2-2
Fri 22 Sept - Derby County 1-2
Sun 15 Oct - West Ham United (A) 13:00 BST
Mon 23 Oct - Liverpool (H)
Sun 29 Oct - Sunderland (A) 12:00 BST
Sun 19 Nov - Manchester City (H) 13:00 GMT
Mon 27 Nov - Everton (A)
Mon 11 Dec - Swansea City (A)
Mon 18 Dec - Leicester City (H)
Mon 8 Jan - West Ham United (H)
Mon 15 Jan - Arsenal (A)
Mon 29 Jan - Tottenham Hotspur (H, Old Trafford)
Sun 4 Feb - Derby County (A) 13:00 GMT
Fri 16 Feb - Chelsea (H) 19:05 GMT
Fri 2 Mar - Sunderland (H, Old Trafford)
Sun 11 Mar - Liverpool (A) 13:00 GMT
Fri 13 Apr - Manchester City (A)
Fri 20 Apr - Everton (H, Old Trafford)

Home matches are played at Leigh Sports Village and all matches kick off at 19:00 UK time.
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RESERVES: MANCHESTER UNITED 1 SWANSEA 1



Premier League 2 | Leigh Sports Village | Scorers: Gorre 53; Boonen 79

Manchester United's Reserves grabbed a late point against Swansea City at Leigh Sports Village in front of 2,136 fans, who also saw Luke Shaw and Ashley Young both make a successful return from long-term injuries.

This may have been a reserve-team fixture, to use old-fashioned terminology for a second-team game, but it was a hugely important evening for senior duo Shaw and Young, who were both returning to action after being side-lined through injury for almost four months.

Shaw damaged ligaments, coincidentally, against the Swans at Old Trafford last April, while Young picked up a serious hamstring problem during the Europa League semi-final against Celta Vigo in Spain.

United’s pre-match planning was disrupted as early as the third minute when they lost defender Ro-Shaun Williams after he took a knock to his head. He was given treatment on the field but after a few minutes he was helped off looking in an unstable state. Fortunately, United had a ready-made replacement in Tyrell Warren on the bench to fill the void.

The Reds were presented with the opportunity to take the lead in the ninth minute, when Joshua Bohui was felled in the area by Swans’ skipper Joe Rodon.

Demetri Mitchell, who grabbed United’s winner at Leicester last week, stepped up to the plate, but his shot flew wide of the keeper’s right-hand post to leave the teams on level terms.

The Reds held sway for much of the first half, with Young and Shaw linking up on more than one occasion, but chances of real quality were few and far between.

It was certainly as useful workout for the returning stars, with Young in particular taking several heavy challenges in what was turning out to be quite a physical contest.

Eight minutes into the second half and Kenji Gorre, one of two United old-boys in the Swansea side, Tyler Reid being the other, fired his team into the lead with shot from the edge of the area.

A few moments later and speculative effort from Mitchell bounced off the top of Swansea’s crossbar. Young and Shaw, having undergone a really good return to action, were both withdrawn to be replaced by Joe Riley and Tosin Kehinde.

It had been a very encouraging return for the pair, who will surely be aiming to back in the first-team picture as soon as possible.

Indy Boonen grabbed United’s equaliser with 11 minutes remaining, with a close-range finish after the Swansea defence had failed to clear their lines.

United: J. Pereira; Olosunde, Williams (Warren 3), Tuanzebe, Shaw (Kehinde 59); Young (Riley 59), McTominay, Willock, Mitchell; Boonen; Bohui. Subs not used: Richardson, Hamilton.

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RESERVES : TOTTENHAM 3 UNITED 0

Premier League 2 | Lamex Stadium, Stevenage | Scorers: Edwards 11, Tanganga 13, Pritchard 25

Manchester United's Under-23s suffered defeat at Tottenham with all the damage done inside the opening 25 minutes at Stevenage's Lamex Stadium.

On the plus side, Luke Shaw played the full 90 match and James Wilson lasted 78 minutes as they stepped up their bid for full fitness.

Marcus Edwards was allowed to set his sights on goal from outside the box and duly curled a left-footer around Theo Richardson for the opener. Around 100 seconds later, Joe Pritchard's corner set up Japhet Tanganga for a towering downward header beyond Richardson to double the lead.

When Shaw was robbed of possession in the 25th minute, the situation worsened with Timothy Eyoma slipping in Pritchard, who was in acres of space and cut inside to slip the ball under an exposed Richardson.

United looked shell shocked until finishing the half on a positive note with Ethan Hamilton forcing a save out of Brandon Austin and Wilson miscuing an Indy Boonen centre. Yet Spurs came out of the traps quickly again in the second half and Shilo Tracey should have scored when firing a great chance wide.

Tracey was off target again before Edwards skipped through the heart of the defence to force a decent save out of Richardson. By now, the visitors were also creating chances but Josh Bohui's shot did not have enough power to beat Austin when Boonen robbed Oliver Skipp and Scott McTominay failed to direct a header from a Demi Mitchell corner.

Wilson started to come into the game and he had a couple of attempts, while Mitchell blazed over following some more good work by the bright Boonen. Austin's diving stop to deny Wilson in the 75th minute looked to kill off any flickering hopes of a comeback, and the home keeper also blocked a Boonen header at his near post.

Shaw collected a late booking and Matthew Olosunde was denied a consolation that the second-half display deserved when his shot from a Mitchell pull-back crashed against an upright.

United: Richardson; Olosunde, Warren, Tuanzebe, Shaw; Hamilton, McTominay; Bohui, Boonen, Mitchell; Wilson (Buffonge 78). Subs not used: M. Johnstone, Sang, Scott, Whelan.

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RESERVES: UNITED 0 ARSENAL 2



Premier League 2 | Leigh Sports Village | Scorers: Nelson 33, Da Silva 38

Reiss Nelson and Josh Da Silva scored free-kicks inside five first-half minutes as Arsenal beat Manchester United 2-0 in Premier League 2.

Luke Shaw played the full 90 minutes at centre-half for the Reserves, his third successive outing in an attempt to regain full fitness, but Ricky Sbragia's side were unable to bounce back from defeat in the last fixture at Tottenham.

The Gunners could have been ahead inside 30 seconds but Nelson missed a glorious chance, with the visitors soon getting on top. Kieran O'Hara denied Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Chuba Akpom while Da Silva delayed a shot and had it blocked.

A heartening trademark run by James Wilson forced Ryan Huddart into a save but nobody followed in to profit from the rebound, while the keeper did well to deny Joe Riley when he latched onto a fine through ball by Shaw. O'Hara was the busier of the goalies, though, as he made a sprawling stop when Akpom seemed certain to provide the finishing touch to a slick move involving Nelson and Maitland-Niles.

O'Hara dived to keep out an effort by Marcus McGuane but he was deceived by Nelson's free-kick that flew in at his near post, following Matthew Olosunde's foul on Akpom. Five minutes later, Da Silva followed suit with a powerful set-piece that also found the net, from the other side of the area.

It was a hammer blow to United, who struggled to contain the Londoners at times in the first half, but Wilson provided some hope with a run and cross that Indy Boonen could not convert, before turning to fire in a drive that was beaten away by Huddart.

With the rain lashing down, the chances dried up after the break, although yet another free-kick, by Maitland-Niles, worked O'Hara at the start of the second half. A rare opportunity for the Reds should have been taken but substitute Zak Dearnley was unable to net at full stretch when Boonen dived to head on a Demi Mitchell cross.

As Wilson appeared to persevere to overcome a knock, there was little attacking threat and he appeared to do more damage to his hip when attempting to convert a centre by Riley from the left, deflecting it over the bar. He soldiered on a little longer and managed to trick his way through, only to place his finish too close to Huddart, who saved well. Scott McTominay almost forced in the corner as the hosts were desperate to find a lifeline.

Mitchell tried his luck from a free-kick but was unable to replicate Arsenal's earlier efforts as it dipped too late and cleared Huddart's bar. The wide man was also on the sharp end of a dangerous late tackle by Jordi Osei-Tutu, soon before a cross by lively substitute DJ Buffonge nearly created a consolation with a nice cross.

United: O'Hara; Olosunde, Warren, Shaw, Mitchell; Hamilton, McTominay; Riley, Boonen (Buffonge 57), Bohui (Dearnley 46); Wilson (Whelan 78). Subs not used: Richardson, Scott.

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RESERVES: CHELSEA 2 UNITED 2

Premier League 2 | EBB Stadium | Scorers: Christie-Davies 72, Hudson-Odoi 82; Kehinde 38, Wilson 56

Manchester United and Chelsea Reserves fought out a terrific draw in extraordinary conditions at Aldershot’s EBB Stadium on Monday evening.

United were two goals to the good at one stage, with Tosin Kehinde and James Wilson netting, but Chelsea rallied well to claim a share of the spoils.

This is one of the longest trips of the season for United’s Under-23 side and it can hardly be described as home game for Chelsea considering the military town of Aldershot is in Hampshire, some way outside Greater London.

But is has to be said that the EBB Stadium, once upon a time the Recreation Ground, is one of most picturesque in the country, with towering trees dominating the scene.

There was decent crowd inside the ground, which is just a stone’s throw from the town centre, as the game started and, within a minute of the first whistle, Chelsea’s Miro Mukeim had forced Kieran O’Hara into action after hitting a blistering drive.

Isaac Christie-Davies also had a great chance to put the ‘home’ team in front a few minutes later but he squandered the opportunity.

Chelsea were certainly making the early running and, on the quarter-hour mark, Jacob Maddox looked to have succeeded in giving his side the advantage but his shot struck the post and stayed out following his darting run from midfield.

Chelsea continued to have the lion’s share of the attacking play, but United’s defence were coping well with the threat the Stamford Bridge lads were posing.

And Chelsea’s finishing was leaving a lot to be desired as Callum Hudson-Odoi completely miscued his shot from a great position.

Then, in the 38th minute, United showed Chelsea how it’s done as Kehinde unleashed an unstoppable shot, after taking a pass from DJ Buffonge, which Jamie Cumming, the Chelsea goalkeeper, had little chance of stopping.

Half-time and United went in a goal to the good when they could have easily been looking at a mountain to climb in the second half.

The half-time entertainment came in the form of an incredible downpour of rain that was still swamping the arena as the teams started the second half.

The first real chance after the break fell to United, in the 52nd minute, when Wilson headed wide from Joe Riley’s inch-perfect cross.

United had opened the second half brightly, making more visits into Chelsea territory, and in the 56th minute they doubled their lead with a terrific header from Wilson.

United’s genuine chances in the game had been considerably rarer than Chelsea’s but it’s the ones that go in that count.

Hudson-Odoi was set free with the goal in front of him and he looked odds-on to score but Riley and keeper O’Hara combined to stop him in his tracks.

Chelsea finally found a way past United’s defence in the 72nd minute when, following a sweeping move, Christie-Davies hit the net with a neat finish.

Still the rain came down and almost every pass and challenge was accompanied by a plume of water.

The home side had certainly regained their momentum since halving the deficit and, with eight minutes remaining on the clock, drew level with Hudson-Odoi grabbing the equaliser from close range.

United: O’Hara, Riley, Mitchell, Warren, Olosunde, Warren, Dearnley, Hamilton, Wilson (Bohui 79), Buffonge (Boonen 79), Kehinde (Kenyon 84). Subs not used: Richardson, Sang.

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UNDER-23S: UNITED 1 DERBY 2

Premier League 2 | Leigh Sports Village | Scorers: Buffonge 58 | Shackell 56, Zanzala 72

Jason Shackell and Offrande Zanzala scored the goals as Derby County moved off the bottom of Premier League 2 with a 2-1 victory over Manchester United at Leigh Sports Village.

DJ Buffonge scored his first goal at Reserves level to equalise in the second half but the loss of Matthew Olosunde, who was taken off on a stretcher at the end of the first half, was another negative on the night for Ricky Sbragia's men.

After surviving an early scare, the Reds almost scored in the fifth minute when James Wilson latched onto a Demi Mitchell through ball and, from a tight angle, thumped a drive across Josh Barnes and against the far post. The visiting keeper may have got a faint touch to it and Zak Dearnley's rebound was blocked.

Barnes was in action again to save a low shot by Dearnley, following some neat skill by Buffonge, but Derby carried a real threat with Ikechi Anya particularly dangerous down the left. Luke Thomas was thwarted by Kieran O'Hara but headed the rebound goalwards, only for Joe Riley to make a superb clearance to keep the scores level.

Zanzala had a glorious chance to open the scoring, only for Olosunde to block, as the Rams continued to ask questions of the United defence. However, after referee Peter Gibbons was replaced by Richard Holmes due to an injury, Sbragia's side enjoyed a bright spell.

Wilson unloaded a fine strike that forced a diving stop out of Barnes and the keeper also denied Ethan Hamilton. Dearnley then fired across goal from a wide position when picked out by Buffonge. Olosunde was injured towards the end of the half and it looked a serious one for the American, while Wilson headed the final opportunity of the first period over the top from a Mitchell centre.

Substitute Jake Kenyon and Mitchell were off target before Zanzala looked certain to score for Derby, only for O'Hara to stick out a leg to divert the effort to safety. The deadlock was finally broken on 56 minutes, when Ethan Wassall flicked on a corner for Shackell to loop over O'Hara, a little fortuitously. It took only two minutes and 33 seconds for the Reds to respond with Kenyon feeding Hamilton, who did tremendously well down the left. They were queuing up in the middle and the cut-back was perfect for Buffonge to arrow a precise finish into the top corner of the net.

Wilson was crowded out after a surging run and Buffonge dipped an attempt over the bar but the Rams scored next as their 11th corner of the game led to Zanzala directing a downward header past O'Hara. Mitchell's free-kick sailed wide but Thomas twice went close to ending the contest in the closing stages.

United: O'Hara; Riley, Warren, Olosunde (Kenyon 45), Mitchell; Whelan (Boonen 82), Hamilton; Dearnley (Bohui 65), Buffonge, Kehinde; Wilson. Subs not used: Richardson, Sang.

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UNDER-23S: WEST HAM 4 UNITED 2

Premier League 2 | London Stadium| Scorers: Martinez 24,45,47 Powell 65 | Mitchell 2,35 |

Manchester United’s Under-23s slipped to a Premier League 2 defeat in a six-goal thriller against West Ham United at the London Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

The Reds twice led in a match that was played in brilliant autumnal sunshine, but the Hammers recovered both times and, with the help of a Toni Martinez hat-trick, went on to claim all three points.

United were forced to defend an immediate West Ham attack from the kick-off but, within 80 seconds, we had taken the lead. Indy Boonen set up the opening with a beautifully weighted pass into the Hammers’ area and Demi Mitchell collected the ball before steering past West Ham keeper Nathan Trott.

United were certainly looking for a boost after slipping to defeat in three of the last four games and the early goal fitted the bill perfectly. And the visitors, wearing a smart all-black strip, could have been celebrating again soon after when Charlie Scott’s shot went close to finding the target.

Luke Shaw was included in Ricky Sbragia’s team selection and the former Southampton full-back looked lively and mobile in both defence and attack down the left flank. It was an end-to-end contest with neither side dominating and, in the 24th minute, that was reflected when Martinez scored to put the home side on level terms.

United, however, soon restored our lead when, in the 35th minute, keeper Trott could only parry James Wilson's blistering drive and Mitchell followed up to claim his second goal of the afternoon. As half-time approached it appeared United would return the dressing room with our noses in front but, in the third minute of added time, the Hammers were level again after Nathan Holland crossed for Spanish striker Martinez to double his output with a fine header.

Two minutes into the second half, the Hammers’ striker completed his hat-trick with another header after getting on the end of a right-wing cross from Edmilson Fernandes. Manager Sbragia almost immediately introduced two substitutes, Ro-Shaun Willaims and Joshua Bohui, to the action as we looked to salvage something from the game.

That, however, looked to be an uphill in the 65th minute, when United’s defence failed to deal with another Fernandes cross and Joe Powell took full advantage to extend his side’s lead. United were now looking for something special to get back into contention and Tosin Kehinde almost provided that with two close calls, one of which struck the crossbar. However, the loss means the Reds are still bottom of the table at this early stage of the season.

United: O’Hara; Riley, Warren, Scott (R. Williams 51), Shaw; Whelan, Kehinde; Boonen (Hamilton 70), Buffonge, Mitchell; Wilson (Bohui 51). Substitutes not used: Richardson, Sang.

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