Red Devils face their two fiercest rivals in the league next month.
Premier League champions Manchester United will sack head coach David Moyes if the Red Devils lose their next two league encounters against West Bromwich Albion and Liverpool, according to reports in the Sun.
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The Premier League giants are currently enduring a torrid campaign under the Scot’s management, with the club in an unfamiliar position in the top flight of sixth place, a massive 11 points behind arch rivals Liverpool in the fourth and final Uefa Champions League qualifying berth for next season.
And as a result, Moyes now faces a crucial month of fixtures if he is to remain in charge of the club into the next campaign, with United taking on the likes of the struggling Baggies as well as the Reds too in their next two Premier League fixtures at the Theatre of Dreams on March 8 and 16 respectively.
However, with those vital matches coming as they do immediately before United entertain Greek champions Olympiacios in the return leg of their Uefa Champions League round-of-16 tie, with Moyes’s men currently trailing 2-0 from the first leg played on Tuesday night, the Red Devils dare not lose either of those two league contests.