Manchester United v Chelsea: Kick Off Time, TV Schedule, Scores and highlights, Will Man Utd pull off a victory?

Manchester United takes on Chelsea in one of the most anticipated Premier League football game on Saturday.

While the Red Devils are behind by 10 points on the Blues, new boss Louis van Gaal is confident that his players are capable mounting a rally on the table.

Manchester United has only three victories in the eight games played so far. Thus, Van Gaal has plenty of things to explore in the Man Utd’s roster to show its best.

In the previous game, Man Utd went on for a 2-2 against West Brom, not enough for the Red Devils to advance in the standings.

Van Gaal’s troops have suffered injuries that stifle the full potential of the squad. He is about to decide about the status of Radamel Falcao in this match. Will Falcao be in the starting lineup? Moreover, Van Gaal has also the choice to recall Robin van Persie.

Angel di Maria should be healty after shaking off a minor thigh injury sustained last time out. Furthermore, Wayne Rooney is still suspended while Jonny Evans and Paddy McNair are doubtful.

Currently, the Blues are on top of the table with 22 points after eight games. The Blues will be tested on the road on Saturday’s match.

Truly, the recent signings of Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas have helped the Blues in making the difference. While the Blues are on the road, they are also the favorites.

Striker Costa could return from a hamstring injury and illness for Chelsea.

Manchester United vs Chelsea tv channel schedule is live on Sky sports. Manchester Utd vs Chelsea kick off time is at 12:00 PM ET. Manchester United vs Chelsea scores and highlights will be available after the game.


Final Score:

Man Utd 1 - 1 Chelsea

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