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Predicted Chelsea lineup against Manchester United: Pressure on

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Spurs have jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead against Bournemouth today and look on course for an easy victory, thus ratcheting up the pressure on Chelsea for tomorrow. We certainly expected Spurs to win, and surely Conte and Chelsea do, too, but the reality is that the gap will be down to just four points and shall remain that unless Chelsea can get all three points (or at least just one) at Old Trafford.

Make no mistake, it will be a tough test for Chelsea on Sunday. But it’s this starting eleven (with honorable mention to Fàbregas and Willian) that’s gotten us this far; we should have confidence that they can see us through the rest of the way.

Courtois | Cahill, David Luiz, Azpilicueta | Alonso, Matić, Kanté, Moses | Hazard, Costa, Pedro

The community overwhelmingly agrees.

3-4-3 (90%):
Courtois (99%) | Cahill (91%), David Luiz (97%), Azpilicueta (96%) | Alonso (95%), Matić (71%), Kanté (98%), Moses (94%) | Hazard (99%), Costa (89%), Pedro (82%)

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