Comparing Man Utd’s home and away records under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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While Manchester United have struggled at Old Trafford in recent weeks, their form on the road has been exceptional. 

United have won just once of their opening six home Premier League fixtures in 20-21 but recently became the fourth side in English top-flight history to record 10 consecutive away league wins.

We’ve compared United’s home and away record in all competitions since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed manager in December 2018. Note: We’ve not included any games played on neutral grounds.

Home

Games: 51
Won: 27
Drawn: 13
Lost: 11

Goals for: 95
Goals against: 63
Clean sheets: 19

Points per game: 1.84
Win rate: 52.9%
Loss rate: 21.6%

Goals per game: 1.86
Goals against per game: 1.23

READ: What 15 Man Utd players have said in praise of Solskjaer: ‘We love him’

Away

Games: 56
Won: 33
Drawn: 9
Lost: 14

Goals for: 104
Goals against: 57
Clean sheets: 20

Points per game: 1.92
Win rate: 58.9%
Loss rate: 25%

Goals per game: 1.85
Goals against per game: 1.01


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