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How should Chelsea line up against Manchester United on Super Sunday?

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In a few short hours, in his pre-match press conference, interim Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink will get to give all the usual answers to all the usual sorts of questions from all the usual suspects.  Mostly.  Perhaps we'll get a slight deviation from the usual with a question or two about the availability of new the new kids on the block, Alexandre Pato and Matt Miazga.  I wouldn't hold my breath, but maybe!  Maybe a bench role, especially for the new striker, seeing as how all the other strikers besides Diego Costa are injured and the young kids are only trusted againt MK Dons.

(Or maybe either of Loic Remy or Radamel Falcao might be available?  That'd be pretty weird!)

Other than that, there are no major injury concerns or suspensions in the squad.  Eden Hazard continues to slowly get back up to speed and Diego Costa is at least two yellows away still from a suspension.  Free and clear!

There's a ten-match unbeaten streak on the line, though it doesn't really feel as impressive as that sounds.  Still, choose wisely!

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