The usually busy end-of-year schedule is on the horizon for most Premier League sides and other leagues across Europe, with matches coming thick and fast.
In England, the schedule is always tighter with league matches after every three days, throw in European matches and you get one hell of a time for most teams.
Manchester United will embark on an incredible run of fixtures between now and the end of 2019, with 11 matches across all competitions.
Which are the most standout matches?
Vs Tottenham (H)
Initially, this was a normal fixture until Jose Mourinho's name was thrown into the mix. The former Man United manager was on Wednesday appointed Tottenham manager, and this adds more colour to the match when the 56-year-old walks into Old Trafford for the first time since leaving in 2018.
The Special One would want to prove a point against his old club, and regardless of where both teams will be lying on the table, this promises to be an exciting clash.
Vs Manchester City (A)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will lead Man United to Etihad for the first time as a manager in what is considered the biggest match among United's remaining fixtures.
The rivalry will come into play as always, and with derby bragging rights on the line, it once again promises to live up the usual billing.
United lost twice last season to the eventual champions and would want to stop that from happening this campaign.
vs Everton (H)
Traditionally this has been a tight match, but the Toffees' season has been near-disastrous. They lie 15th on the table but that can change with only a few matches' wins.
Despite their position on the table, they can still be a tough team to face on 'their day'.