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United to halt Chelsea's charge
Manchester United take on Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday and it would be no surprise to Jose Mourinho's side claim the points.

United will be defending a 21-match unbeaten league run at Old Trafford and will be desperate to get one over on the club who look set to lift the trophy in May.

The Blues are flying high at the top of the standings and victory for Antonio Conte's side will see them take another step towards the title and, given his history with the club and their coach, Mourinho will not want that to happen.

He was sacked the season after leading Chelsea to the title and there will be a tinge of revenge in his blood when his former charges arrive at the Theatre of Dreams.

He and Conte are not close, with Mourinho taking a swipe at the Italian for his touchline celebrations as Chelsea thumped the Red Devils 4-0 back on October 23, and it would be no surprise to see a confrontation or two during the 90 minutes.

United have been solid during their marathon unbeaten stint but have not won enough games, or scored enough goals, and there have been accusations that the former Real Madrid coach has set them up too negatively.

However, as he has been at pains to point out that, they are creating chances but not putting them away.

In Zlatan Ibrahimovic the hosts have a proven goalscorer and match-winner and it will be to the Swede that the home faithful look to inspire their side to victory.

United can be backed at n/a to take all three points while Chelsea are on offer at n/a.

The Stamford Bridge outfit have a seven-point advantage over second-place Tottenham heading into the weekend fixtures and even a draw for the west Londoners would not be a bad result - but that will probably not be enough for United's top-four hopes.

They are desperate to get back into the Champions League but are four points adrift of Manchester City in fourth place and, with that in mind, surely Mourinho will go for the win.

Games are running out and despite it being against the champions-elect, winning at home will be vital to return to Europe's elite club competition.

Such is the Mourinho way, it might be folly to expect an avalanche of goals and it may well be that a single strike determines the outcome, with United tipped to get it.

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