The Red Devils are scheduled to play a staggering nine games during the month.
A backlog of fixtures due to their EFL Cup, FA Cup and Europa League runs has resulted in the pile-up.
Ahead of Saturday’s Premier League visit from West Brom (3pm), Jose Mourinho has a host of availability issues to contend with too.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ander Herrera are suspended, while Paul Pogba, Marouane Fellaini, Chris Smalling and Phil Jones are all carrying injuries.
Juan Mata is one of few Manchester United midfielders available to Jose Mourinho at present
It’s the list of the eight teams we’re going to face in a frantic month of April
However, Mata insists he is not fighting the situation as Jose Mourinho has done publicly, and the playmaker is ready for United’s big test in the back-end of their campaign.
“West Bromwich Albion, Everton, Sunderland, Anderlecht, Chelsea, Burnley, Manchester City and Swansea,” Mata wrote in his online blog.
“It’s not a random list of teams, it’s the list of the eight teams we’re going to face in a frantic month of April.
“Since we have to play twice against Anderlecht (first and second leg), it makes a total of nine games for us the next month!
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Jose Mourinho has a number of availability issues at Manchester United ahead of their hectic month
“It’s not a complaint, it’s just a reality and we have to adapt ourselves to it, in order to give the best we have in the decisive spell of the season.
“I see these games as a challenge to show all the good things we’ve been working on throughout the season, and I hope that we can get good results too.”
Manchester United sit fifth in the table, but they have two games in hand on fourth-placed Liverpool, who are four points in front.