Chelsea vs Manchester United – Live Stream and preview for Wednesday’s Carabao Cup fourth-round tie at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea are seeking revenge for their 4-0 defeat to United in the Premier League this season.
Chelsea have the opportunity to avenge their opening-day defeat to Manchester United when the two sides renew hostilities in the last-16 of the EFL Cup on Wednesday night.
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Manchester United ran out 4-0 winners at Old Trafford to get their Premier League campaign off to a dream start in August, but the fortunes of both sides have varied greatly since then and Chelsea will welcome their opponents to Stamford Bridge as favourites to progress.
Chelsea: Caballero; James, Zouma, Tomori, Alonso; Jorginho, Gilmour; Pedro, Mount, Hudson-Odoi; Giroud
Man UTD: Romero; Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Rojo, Williams; McTominay, Fred; Lingard, Mata, Chong; Greenwood
Chelsea vs Manchester United Match Info
Date: Wednesday October 30 2019
Kick-off time: 9.05pm EU Clock
Venue: Stamford Bridge
Chelsea vs Manchester United Head-To-Head Record
Last 4 matches
- August 11 2019: Manchester United 4-0 Chelsea
- April 28 2019: Manchester United 1-1 Chelsea
- February 18 2019 (FA Cup 5th round): Chelsea 0-2 Manchester United
- October 20 2018: Chelsea 2-2 Manchester United
Total head-to-head matches played (all competitions): 184
- Chelsea wins: 53
- Man Utd wins: 76
- Draws: 55
Chelsea vs Manchester United Match Preview
Frank Lampard knocked Manchester United out of last season’s Carabao Cup away from home with a Championship team, so should be confident of repeating the trick this time.
The Frenchman is joined on the sidelines by Eric Bailly, Axel Tuanzebe, Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Diogo Dalot, while Nemanja Matic and Luke Shaw are nearing their returns but may not be ready to start this match.
Such an injury list limits Solskjaer’s chances of rotating his squad, but fringe players such as Sergio Romero, Marcos Rojo and Juan Mata are expected to come into the side.
Chelsea may be much-changed from the team that suffered that opening-day defeat, but that will not lessen their desire to make amends. The Blues are in fine form at the moment and should have enough to halt United’s own revival in its tracks at Stamford Bridge.