Next six games after ….

Manchester United, in what seemed like a breeze early on, were stunned by two late own goals against Sevilla on Thursday night, with the worry of injury woes mounting up.

However, as they’ve done on a number of occasions throughout this season, Man Utd were able to bounce-back from disappointment with an impressive showing as they saw off Nottingham Forest 2-0 at the City Ground.

Here’s who Man Utd will be playing in the coming weeks:

Yousseff En-Nesyri, Harry Maguire

Sevilla players run away in delight as header ricochets off Maguire into the back of the net / Shaun Botterill/GettyImages

The pair’s first European meeting this campaign was the epitome of ‘a game of two halves’ with complete domination from United in the opening half that turned into a damning closing ten minutes.

Against an underwhelming Sevilla outfit, Man Utd really should still fancy their chances in this tie despite the late collapse at Old Trafford.

Christian Eriksen, Danny Welbeck

Christian Eriksen (right) contests with Danny Welbeck (left) for the ball / Catherine Ivill/GettyImages

Significant fixtures are coming thick and fast, with United interchanging between the league and cup competitions.

Brighton have been one of most entertaining teams in the Premier League this season and will look to translate that form over to an FA Cup semi final at Wembley Stadium.

Luckily for United, they are no strangers to the roaring Wembley crowd this term after managing a Carabao Cup final win over Newcastle in February. Will Brighton be able to rise to the momental occasion?

Eric Dier

Spurs have struggled of late / Laurence Griffiths/GettyImages

Two teams vying for Champions League qualification, but one is very much in a bit of crisis right now.

And that team, thankfully for Man Utd fans, isn’t them – it’s Tottenham.

The Red Devils could score a statement win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at the end of April.

Marcus Rashford

The two sides in action in the third round of the Carabao Cup / Stu Forster/GettyImages

Aston Villa look like a completely different entity under Unai Emery, with Ollie Watkins in particular enjoying a stunning run of form in front of goal.

The Englishman has led Villa to an unlikely push for European qualification, but will face the toughest test of their credentials at the end of April at Old Trafford.

Marcus Rashford, Joel Veltman

Joel Veltman (left) attempting to block a Marcus Rashford (right) cross / Michael Regan/GettyImages

Brighton, again. But this time in Brighton’s backyard.

Roberto De Zerbi’s men will likely be pushing for Europa League qualification when they welcome Man Utd to the Amex Stadium.

Angelo Ogbonna, Wout Weghorst

Manchester United have navigated through David Moyes’ side twice already this season / David Rogers/GettyImages

Manchester United travel to the capital to face a side in the thick of a relegation battle.

The Hammers have recently picked up crucial points against Aston Villa, Southampton, Fulham and Arsenal, and look to be finally steadying the ship ahead of the run-in.