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Lindelof in doubt whether Man Utd can maintain unbeaten away streak

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Faring better on their travels than in their own backyard, the Red Devils are yet to endure a defeat away from home this campaign.

Victor Lindelof admits it’ll be “very, very hard” for Manchester United to go the entire Premier League season unbeaten away from home.

Manchester United have only two more matches left to play before the curtain falls on their 2020/21 season. One of them is the league fixture against Wolves on Sunday and the other is the Europa League final against Villarreal on May 26.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men will not have the advantage of the home crowd cheering for them in either of those games as neither of those are at Old Trafford. Fortunately for them, they have fared better on their travels than in their own backyard this season.

United have suffered six defeats in the league this season and all six of those have been endured at Old Trafford while they have won all 18 of their away matches so far.

“Yeah, of course,“ Lindelof told MUTV. ”Especially in the Premier League it’s very, very hard. Every game is tough and to go and win, or not lose, away is a great accomplishment.

“It also shows, like I’ve talked about, as a team the way we have improved. If we concede a goal, we know we can come back and win the game.

“I think if we just keep working hard and doing the things we’re doing, we can do some great things.”