Chelsea Vs Manchester United: 3 players to change game in Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge


Chelsea Vs Manchester United: 3 players who can change the game as both teams face each other once again in Premier League this weekend.

Chelsea will face Manchester United at the Stamford Bridge in an attempt to avenge the humiliation they faced in their first Premier League outing this season at the Old Trafford.

After the 4-0 defeat against Manchester United, Chelsea managed to stabilize itself and might end up with a top-4 finish in the league, whereas, Manchester United has been inconsistent with their performances.

Thus, they are sitting at the 8th position in the table but still can end up in the top-4, if they consistently claim victories, and Chelsea drop points in the further rounds.

So apart from this game, Chelsea and Manchester United are also engaged in a long run competition for one spot in the table. But not to forget that even Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers are posing a challenge for the top-4 race.

Anyway, this game is a crucial game for this race, and the winning side will have a good momentum to achieve their targets, with the Premier League entering into the last few rounds.

Therefore, Sportsrush explains how the following three players can change the game, on their own, as both sides will face each other after that intense EFL Cup tie.

1. Bruno Fernandes

The new signing by Manchester United is a ray of hope for Manchester United as their midfield is struggling after being marred with injuries, especially in the absence of Paul Pogba and Scott Mctominay.

His involvement in the no. 10 position will bring added creativity for the Red Devils. In his debut game for Manchester United, Fernandes proved that he is a huge threat if given space outside the 18-yard-box.

Meanwhile, he is surely an upgrade over Juan Mata, Andreas Pereira and Jesse Lingard at that position. So, with the absence of Marcus Rashford, his responsibility to score goals have also enhanced.

Therefore, we believe that the 25-year-old midfielder will be a huge difference in the game played at the Stamford Bridge and can help his team to conquer over the Blues once again.