Manchester United has many injury concerns while Chelsea has one big blow
EPL: The Premier League action is back this weekend as Chelsea welcome their ever rival Manchester United to Stamford Bridge on Saturday by 12:30pm lunch time, in the early kickoff game.
Manchester United might be without they host of their key men, as Fellaini was absent in Belgium last two games due to an ankle issue.
Jesse Lingard has remained sidelined for a number of games now, reports suggested that he might be in contention for the game, but reality isn’t saying the same.
Marcos Rojo has been injured, but he played 54 minutes for the Under 23, so he should be okay for the game in West London.
McTominay picked up a knock on International duties, while Ander Herreira is still struggling with a Hamstring injury.
Sarri’s Chelsea will boast of an almost complete squad, with just one major doubt.
German Rudiger picked up a worrying groan injury and might not pass a late fitness test for the game.
He is the only senior member of Chelsea’s squad that is a doubt, so Chelsea should be in their full strength at home against United as the seek to maintain their unbeaten run.
It will be interesting to know how Jose Mourinho will manage his Boys on Saturday, and we will hear more from his this Morning at the AON training complex for the prematch team news.