Manchester United vs. Chelsea, Premier League: Preview, team news, how to watch – We Ain’t Got No History

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Two of the last handful of Premier League winners not named Manchester City go head to head in this sad end to the season, with Manchester United likely to take a top-four finish and Chelsea a big wet fart.


If Chelsea pull off an improbable win, our first in the league at Old Trafford in a decade, we’d see ourselves bounce back to the heady heights of 11th, while United would then need a point from their final game, at home to Fulham. , to beat Liverpool for the last spot in the Champions League.

Would we do our part to deny Mason Mount a chance at the Big Ears next season?

Yes probably.

Date Time: Thursday 25 May 2023, 8pm BST; 3 p.m. EDT; 12:30pm IST (next day)
Location: Old Trafford, Manchester, England
Referee: Stuart Attwell (on the field); Michael Salisbury (VAR)
Prediction: a pleasant spring evening

On TV: Sky Sports Main Event (UK); no (UNITED STATES); no?? (India); SuperSport Premier League (NGA); elsewhere
Stream: Sky Go (UK); Peacock (US); Hotstar VIP (India); DStv now (NGA)

Photo by Ash Donelon/Manchester United via Getty Images

Manchester United team news: United should bring back top scorer Marcus Rashford from illness and will therefore have to do without the long-term absent Marcel Sabitzer, Lisandro Martínez and Donny van de Beek.

United’s first season under Erik ten Hag was one of transition and reclassification of the team, but unlike other changing teams they also managed a few good results, including winning the League Cup in February and a spot in the FA Cup final against Manchester City could complete the domestic cup double (and prevent City’s treble) in ten days.

View from the enemy: The Busby babe

Chelsea team news: The only constant we’ve had this season is injuries, and we’re counting them in double digits again with Benoît Badiashile ruled out. He joins Reece James, N’Golo Kanté, Ben Chilwell, Marc Cucurella, Mateo Kovačić, Mason Mount, Marcus Bettinelli and Armando Broja on the sidelines. Chilwell is back in light training but unlikely to play this season.

In better news, João Félix missed this weekend by a knock, but should be fine, while Kalidou Koulibaly may be ready for more minutes and make his return ahead of schedule as a substitute in that game.

And that might be as good news as it is these days.

“My experience with football is that if you turn it off, it’s not easy to turn it on. It doesn’t always become an overnight fix. It won’t be my responsibility, but from my experience over many years being in a consistently performing club, the times when you switch off become very difficult to switch it in. That will be the test next year.”

—Frank Lampard; source: Football.London

Earlier: Our last five encounters have all been tied (0-0, 0-0, 1-1, 1-1, 1-1), but as mentioned above, our last Premier League win at Old Trafford was ten years ago. Wow. According to legend, David Luiz still laughs at his good friend Rafael who kicks him.

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