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Sunday, 19 January 2014

Chelsea v Manchester United: No Rooney, No RVP, No chance?

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The champions head to Stamford Bridge this afternoon without their too biggest stars and everyone has written United off before a ball has been kicked, but could David Moyes be the man to end Jose's remarkable home record?

Manchester United have not had a great season so far, with a place in the top four far from guaranteed, but they are a team for the big occasions. When the chips are down, United usually end up serving a gourmet meal.

However this Chelsea side is on a roll and Eden Hazard is playing out of his skin. Mourinho has an amazing record at home in the Premier League and even Sir Alex couldn't get the better of him there. And Fernando Torres is on course to score in three consecutive games.

Premier League rivals Arsenal and Manchester City will be cheering on United as the title race hots up, but the smart money is on a home win.

Personally I think United, who have been better on their travels this season, will leave with a share of the spoils. And hopefully it won't be as dull as the clash at Old Trafford earlier this season.

SQF Prediction: 1-1

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