Chelsea vs Manchester United

Chelsea vs Manchester United predictions for Sunday’s Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea hope to maintain their unbeaten run under Thomas Tuchel when they host Manchester United on Sunday.

One of the standout fixtures in the Premier League calendar will take place at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon as Chelsea welcome Manchester United.

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The Blues are a rejuvenated team under Thomas Tuchel and the German head-coach will be keen to hang on to his unbeaten record at the club. However, there is more work to do as they sit at 5th on the table and 6 points behind their Sunday’s rivals Manchester United.

Chelsea: Mendy; Azpilicueta, Christensen, Rudiger; Hudson-Odoi, Jorginho, Kovacic, Alonso; Mount, Giroud, Werner
Manchester United: De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; Fred, Matic; Rashford, Fernandes, Greenwood; Cavani

Chelsea vs Manchester United

English Premier League
Date: Sunday, 28 February 2021
Kick-off at 16:30 UK/ 17:30 CET
Venue: Stamford Bridge (London)

Chelsea vs Manchester United Head-to-head

  • Three of Chelsea’s four league wins under Thomas Tuchel have come against teams in the bottom six.
  • The teams drew blank when they met earlier at the Old Trafford this season.
  • The recent h2h record tip heavily towards Manchester United as they won 4 of the 7 across all competitions along with 2 draws and 1 defeat.
  • Manchester United are unbeaten in 19 Premier League away games.
  • At the Stamford Bridge, Chelsea lost the last three games to United.
  • Seven of their last 10 h2h games at this ground saw under 2.5 goals while both teams scored in just 3 occasions.

Chelsea vs Manchester United Prediction

Chelsea are becoming a possession oriented solid defensive unit under Thomas Tuchel with a knack of finding goals, but they are expected to find the going touch against a highly motivated Manchester United.

Man United lead the head-to-head record over Chelsea 81 wins to 55, while there have also been 52 draws between the two sides in all competitions, dating back to 1905.

Manchester United could afford to give some of his first team players a rest in midweek thanks to their 4-0 first leg lead over Real Sociedad, but Sunday will see the likes of Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire return to the fold as they look to build on last weekend’s win.