Manchester United face Chelsea in a massive game for both sides. Find out how you can watch a live stream of the game from Old Trafford.
Where: Old Trafford
When: 16.00 K.O
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Chelsea meet Manchester United this Sunday, in what promises to be an enthralling clash between the teams of Jose Mourinho and his former colleague Louis van Gaal.
Chelsea are unbeaten in the Premier League this season, but are facing a real test this weekend with their first injury problems of the season. Diego Costa and Loic Remy have both been ruled out of the match with some certainty, while Didier Drogba was forced to play 70 minutes on Tuesday night despite still carrying an injury.
Mourinho may opt for André Schurrle up front if he returns from illness in time, otherwise it will be a half-fit Drogba leading the line. The Ivorian has looked seriously off the pace in his limited game-time this season.
Chelsea are not short of attacking threat in midfield however and Eden Hazard, who scored twice in midweek, will be looking forward to the prospect of taking on United’s defence.
Van Gaal’s backline has taken a battering all season, and they haven’t kept a clean sheet since mid-September. Players are returning from injury however, and Chris Smalling and Phil Jones both returned to the squad for Monday night’s game against Chelsea.
Chelsea are favourites by some distance, and have looked ominous under Jose Mourinho, but one can’t rule out a United side packed full of players who can score against anyone.
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