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Manchester United Possible Killer Line up Against Chelsea On Weekend

Manchester United travel to west London to face Chelsea in the Premier League on Saturday evening.

The Red Devils make the trip to Stamford Bridge buoyed by convincing 2-0 win over North London giants Tottenham Hotspur with goals from midfield duo Fred and Bruno Fernandes doing the job.

Manchester United will be without cristiano Ronaldo who is suspended due to unscrupulous behavior against Tottenhan. Anthony Martial picked up a back injury against Everton, which has seen him miss the team's last three matches, and the Frenchman will again miss out this weekend.

Man united will also be without Aaron Wan-Bissaka who is still out with an unspecified injury and Donny van de Beek who has recently been on the sidelines with a muscular issue.

With that being the case United will use the following to killer line up to demolish Chelsea at Stamford bridge.


The Spaniard Batman, David de Gea has been a key player in united squad and is expected to start between the goalposts.


Summer signing Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane remains the first choice centre back options for United while Diogo Dalot and Luke Shaw will operate as the full backs.


Casemiro has provided the best holding midfield role for United and will be partnered by Christian Eriksen and Bruno Fernandes in midfield role.


United new signings Antony Mathieus and Jadon Sancho have shown incredible performance in the past games and will attack from the left and right flank, respectively.


Marcus has been on Fire this season. So far he has directly contributed to 5 goals this season (3 goals and 2 Assists) and Will be the key man against the blues. What is your views on the United line up? Comment below like share follow my page for more exclusive Sports Articles! Thanks for reading.

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