Jose Mourinho returns to the club he helped build into a global superpower on Sunday afternoon as Manchester United visit Chelsea.
Mourinho won three Premier League titles during two spells as Chelsea boss, so he is expected to get a warm reception from grateful home fans at Stamford Bridge.
Those fans may quickly grow frustrated, however, if Jose parks his bus as he did at Anfield in last Monday’s 0-0 draw with Liverpool.
Whether or not there are goals, though, this promises to be an incredible occasion – one you will not want to miss.
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So, in addition to watching Mourinho’s return to Chelsea, you’ll be able to enjoy any or all of the live games below, plus Test cricket in the form of Bangladesh v England, an NFL double bill and the United States Grand Prix.
- Man City v Southampton (1.30pm)
- Villarreal v Las Palmas (5.30pm)
- Real Madrid v Athletic Bilbao (7.45pm)
- LA Galaxy v FC Dallas (9pm)
- Seattle Sounders v Real Salt Lake (9pm)
Chelsea v Man United team news
Both clubs will be without their club captains as John Terry and Wayne Rooney have been ruled out with injuries.
United defender Chris Smalling faces a late fitness test on a muscle problem, while Chelsea must decide whether or not to field Willian and Oscar, who have both had time off recently due to bereavements in their respective families.
Chelsea v Man United score predictions
Two CaughtOffside writers have also made their opinions known, with editor Rob Summerscales tipping United to sneak it 1-0, while Jamie Wilkinson – who is a Chelsea fan – is backing the Blues to win 3-1.
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