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Jose aiming for happy reunion
Jose Mourinho again returns to old club Chelsea with Man Utd on Sunday, hoping to make up for two defeats at Stamford Bridge last term.
Mourinho led the Blues to three Premier League titles during two spells in west London but has attempted to play down the significance of a reunion with his old club this weekend.

After returning once with Inter Milan, the Portuguese was back at Stamford Bridge twice with United last season but ended up on the losing side on both occasions - going down 4-0 in the league and 1-0 in the FA Cup and another Chelsea win here is available at n/a.

Mourinho insists this game is not about his reunion but more to do with his United side maintaining their recent good form as they look to inflict another defeat on a top-four rival after last weekend's 1-0 victory over Spurs. United are on offer at n/a to win.

He said: "It isn't a big thing. It's normal, it's football, it's professionalism. One day you are in one club, the next day you're in another club.

"It's a big thing because it's a big match, because it's a big opponent, because it's the champions. It's one of these matches between the top teams in the country. But from the emotional point of view, it's just one more game."

Chelsea sit fourth in the table ahead of this weekend's games, four points behind Mourinho's men, who are second but themselves five points behind leaders Man City. It means a victory is vital for both sides as they look to keep their title hopes alive.

The Blues have been inconsistent this season and, following last Saturday's narrow win at Bournemouth, were beaten 3-0 by Roma in the Champions League on Tuesday. Things do not appear quite right at the Bridge under Antonio Conte this season as they struggle to defend their Premier League crown and cope with a return to Europe.

They will need to be back to their best in order to get anything against the Red Devils, who, despite receiving criticism for their style of play in recent weeks, have generally carved out positive results and virtually sealed qualification for the knock-out stages of the Champions League in the week with a routine 2-0 win over Benfica.

It seems a difficult game to call and again expect Mourinho to set his team up not to get beat rather than go looking for a win. With that in mind, a draw looks a good option, on offer at n/a

Recommended bet: Draw n/a.
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