Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho will continue his campaign for the English Premier League title chase at home on Sunday as his team faces Chelsea.
Returning from their Champions League First Leg draw against Sevilla football club of Spain, the Red Devils are three points ahead of the Blues in the league standings. The last five games for United have seen them win two, draw one and lose two.
Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United will continue their campaign for the English Premier League title at home against Chelsea tomorrow, 25th February, 2018.
Mourinho’s team returned from their Champions League First Leg game with a draw against Sevilla.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has returned to training after he sustained knee injury as he hopes to start against Chelsea and show off his qualities.
Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones had missed the Champions League clash against Sevilla due to knocks they faced.
Marouane Fellaini is likely to be sidelined with a knee injury. Ander Herrera came off in the match against Sevilla as he sustained a foot injury in the game.
Meanwhile, Chelsea returned from their Champions League First Leg game with a draw against Barcelona at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea’s manager, Antonio Conte has all the players to call upon for the game except for David Luiz, who is currently sidelined with an ankle injury and will not be featuring in the clash against United. Tiemoue Bakayoko has a knock that he faced in training. Ross Barkley was not selected in the game against Barcelona, but he has been attending the first team training sessions ahead of this big clash. Chelsea must secure a win against the Red Devils if they do not want to be behind Tottenham in the EPL table.
The last five meetings between the two sides saw Manchester United win only one game, while Chelsea won three of them, with one game played out for a 1-1 draw.