When Manchester United was beaten 6-1 by Tottenham, this match was one of the next matches that were a gloomy reading for Ole Gunnar Solskjær's side. However, after convincing victories over Newcastle and Paris Saint-Germain, United have taken the pressure off their shoulders when Chelsea arrive at Old Trafford after enduring their own wobble. 

Saturday 5.30pm Sky Sports Premier League



Old Trafford Place


Last season Manchester United 4 Chelsea 0


Odds H 7-5 A 7-4 D 13-5


Referee Martin Atkinson


This season G4 Y8 R0 2 cards/set


MANCHESTER UNITED

Subs of Grant, Henderson, Williams, Matic, Mengi, Mata, Fosu-Mensah, Ighalo, Pogba, Pellistri, Shaw, Lindelöf, Van de Beek, Cavani


Doubtful Maguire, Greenwood, Cavani (all agree in physical condition)


Injured Bailly (blow, November), Lingard (blow, November), Jones (knee, unknown)


Suspended Martial (second of three)


Discipline Y7 R1


Form LWLW


Top scorer Fernandes 3


CHELSEA

Subs de Caballero,  Azpilicueta, Christensen, Rüdiger, Emerson, Alonso, Tomori, Kovacic, Giroud,  Ziyech, Abraham, Hudson-Odoi,


Doubtful None


Injured Arrizabalga (shoulder, October 28), Gilmour (knee, October 31)


None suspended


Discipline Y6 R1


WLDWD form


Top scorer Jorginho 3 

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