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As the Premier League enters it’s final furlong, supposed champions elect Chelsea face a massive match on Saturday as in-form Manchester United head to Stamford Bridge.

In the past month, whether by luck or design, Louis van Gaal has finally found the right set-up at Old Trafford, and fresh from their 4-2 win in the derby against City, United will be relishing the opportunity of beat Jose Mourinho’s men on their own home turf.

Punters looking to get involved in Saturday’s mega-match can now take advantage of an incredible price boost: back Chelsea to win at 5/1 or back Man United to win at 12/1.

Making the offer even better, all losing tickets will get money back as per the offer.

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Chelsea will be champions if they win their next three games, however Manchester United will prove a tough side to beat after their run of six straight wins.

Moreover, while Chelsea have won their last three matches against Hull, Stoke and QPR, all three of those victories have come via absolute howlers for the opposing team’s goalies, and that’s unlikely to be the case against the wonderful David De Gea.

United have scored 15 goals and conceded just four times while recording their six wins, whule Van Gaal’s men notably drew 1-1 with Chelsea at Old Trafford earlier this season.

Chelsea, meanwhile, are also unbeaten in 11 Premier League games, and the Blues have lost just one of their last 12 Barclays Premier League home games against Manchester United.

As to team news, Didier Drogba might start for Chelsea as Diego Costa and Loic Remy have injury problems.

As for United, Michael Carrick is a doubt after he limped off in the Manchester derby win, and Robin van Persie and Luke Shaw could both be in the squad after returning to training. Jonny Evans is suspended.



Final fact:
Man United have won only 2 of the 19 games played against a side managed by Jose Mourinho.

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