Premier League action has come to its business end where Manchester City has already lifted the title by being at the top and defeating Chelsea in their previous fixture. On matchday 32, we will witness the historic rivalry between Manchester United and Chelsea as the Blues will travel to Old Trafford. We are just two games behind for the end of the ongoing season of the Premier League.
Manchester United had a roller coaster ride this year in the Premier League season. However, Erik Ten Hag’s appointment has been positive, and winning a domestic cup is a sign that the Red Devils will be a major force next year. They are just one point away from confirming their palace in the Champions League next year.
Chelsea have lost its charm and the ferocious football they were known for. However, the management will hope that the appointment of the new manager will bring in some good for the Blues.
The Red Devils are currently at the 4th spot in the Premier League and it seems like they will be finishing the season with an EFL Cup trophy and a confirmed spot in the Champions League for the next season.
They are in a close contest with Newcastle with an equal number of points but Liverpool’s draw against Aston Villa has ensured that even a draw against Chelsea or Fulham on the weekend will guarantee them the CSL sopt.
Marcel Sabizter has been ruled out for the rest of the season because of his knee injury.
Predicted Lineup: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Varane, Lindelof, Shaw; Casemiro, Eriksen; Antony, Fernandes, Garnacho; Martial
Even after spending £600m in the last two transfer windows and sacking two managers, Chelsea has completely failed to make an impact in the current season of the Premier League.
For the next season, the Blues won’t be part of any European Competition but the appointment of a new manager might bring in some positive results in the next season for the Premier League who are currently trailing at the 12th spot in the point table.
Ben Chilwell is still injured and has not recovered from his hamstring injury.
Predicted Lineup: Kepa, Chalobah, Silva, Badiashile, Azpilicueta, Kante, Fernandez, Kovacic, Madueke, Havertz, Sterling
The fear of Chelsea is gone from the hearts of the rest of the clubs in the Premier League. The Red Devils have performed inconsistently but against Chelsea, they will be looking to get that all-important point. We predict a draw in this fixture.