After a busy schedule for weekend games at the English Premiere League, fans are expected to have a dusting game at the Stamford Brige, as two former rival players now meets as coaches in two rivals teams.

It was not a good start at the beginning of the season as Chelsea were thrashed 4-0 by Manchester United at the Old Trafford, and the same Red Devils will be aiming to record first ever double win in a season as they visit today at the London Stadium.

Frank Lampard’s team is six points ahead of their opponents and will be hoping to increase their advantage of qualifying into the Champions League by finishing among the top four teams.

In a press conference Coach Lampard however said the American winger Christian Pulisic, Loftus Cheek might miss the match as they have injuries.

Chelsea Coach Lampard during a training session with players PHOTO/COURTESY

On the side of the Red Devils Camp, Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that loan signing Odion Ighalo could make his Manchester United debut against Chelsea on Monday night despite not having done much training with the club.

Chelsea and Man United players during past match PHOTO/COURTESY

In history ,Chelsea and Man United have played 70 games with Blues winning 22 games, 21 for the Devils and 27 games ending in a draw.

In Summary
Yesterday Jose Mourinho team, Tottenham Hotspur game two goals down to thrash Aston Villa 3-2 at the Villa Park stadium.
In a game that looked dramatic ,Heung-Min Son scored a brace despite missing penalty at the 45′ as well as Toby Alderweireld scoring a goal at the 27′ despite scoring an own goal at the 9′.

Arsenal as well thrashed Newcastle 4-0 through players Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Nicolas Pepe, Mesut Ozil and Alexandre Lacazette though they still remain in the tenth position.
On the other side, League leaders Liverpool continued their unbeaten run in all competition to 37 by beating Norwich 1-0, thanks to Sadio Mane goal at the 78′.
The reds will have to win five games in a row to end their 30 year dry spell in EPL.

Liverpool’s Mane shoots a shot that led to a goal PHOTO/COURTESY

Sixth placed Sheffield United outscored Bournemouth two goals to nil, Southampton beaten at their stadium by Burnley as the third placed Leicester drew in a goalless match with Wolves who are in the seventh position.

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