The long wait is finally over. Football fanatics around the globe are about to quench their thirst this evening as they prepare to witness the biggest game this weekend in the Premier League. Chelsea host Manchester United at Stamford Bridge and both sides have released their official squads.
This is the battle for bragging rights. We've witnessed unending arguments on the streets on who will have the better of the other this evening. We are about to witness the answers this evening.
Chelsea are yet to test defeat since Thomas Tuchel took the reigns at the club after Frank Lampard was shown the door. They have won eight of their last nine fixtures under the German. Will they be able to do the same this evening?
Let me begin with the hosts. The Blues will line up in a 3-4-3 system. The defense will comprise of Mendy, Rudiger, Azipilicueta, Christeinsen with Chilwell and Odoi as wingbacks. Kovacic, Kante and Ziyech will make Chelsea's midfield while their attacking trio will comprise of Mount and Giroud. The Blues bench comprises of . There only injury concern is Thiago Silva who has been ruled out.
On the other hand, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's United will lineup in there usual 4-2-3-1 system. De Gea, Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire and Shaw will make United's back line. The Red Devils midfield will comprise of Fred, McTominay and Fernandes while their attacking trio will comprise of James, Greenwood and Rashford. Henderson, Telles,Tuanzebe, Bailly, Williams, Matic, Van de Beek, Diallo and Martial will start on bench.
Manchester United are currently affected by injury woes since Edinson Cavani and Van de Beek are all not back to full fitness hence are doubt's for today's fixture. It's time for action now, let's meet after the full time whistle.
Do you think an injury hit United will be able to outclass Tuchel's Chelsea?
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