Well, well, what do you know! Isn’t it old Jose once again against his former side. Unfortunately, though, this isn’t likely to be as cracking game as like the one we saw at Stamford Bridge in October. But just to refresh your memory – it was a 4-0 rollocking by the Blues.

Today we’re likely to see a lot lower tempo, with United controlling the possession and Chelsea hanging about and striking with quickness up the flanks. Unsurprisingly, Chelsea is again with absolutely zero injury worries as Victor Moses has recovered from his ailing toe. Antonio Conte’s side has had practically no injuries through the season, which is a remarkable feat in itself.

The home side hasn’t lost since October in the Premier League, but they haven’t been playing all that well, to be honest. 11 draws out the last 21 games isn’t something you’re going to win trophies with. Neither will it clinch you the Champions League berth. Despite United only six points off the fourth spot with two games in hand, we see United having a better chance of managing to UCL through Europa League rather than Premier League.

The opposition over in Europe isn’t near as stiff at it is on home soil. Of the surviving eight teams in Europa League, Lyon is the most formidable of the Europa League’s Elite Eight. And yes, Lyon is the third best team in France.

Manchester United – Chelsea prediction

For today, Chelsea’s draw no bet is the best option for bettors. We can see United managing a draw here, but Chelsea are favorites to win our books. Unibet have the best odds for Chelsea’s DNB @ 94/100.