Chelsea is currently in first place in the Premier League, with 29 points after 12 games. They’ve won nine games, drew two, and have only lost one. After losing to Manchester City, they have gone undefeated in six Premier League games and ten games overall. They are three points ahead of Manchester City, who is in second place. With 13 points from six games at home, they hold the best home record in the league. They’ve averaged 2.5 goals per game and only allowed four goals in their last 12 games. Reece James, the squad’s right back, leads the team with four goals, while Ben Chilwell, Mason Mount, and Romelu Lukaku each have three. Mateo Kovacic and Kai Havertz are the only two unavailable players for Chelsea.
Manchester United’s manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, was fired after a humiliating loss to Watford in the Premier League. It was their fourth loss in five games. After 12 games, they are in ninth place with 17 points, with five victories, two draws, and five losses. With three wins, one tie, and two losses for a total of ten points, they have a respectable road record. They’ve scored 20 goals while allowing 21. With four goals each, Cristiano Ronaldo, Bruno Fernandes, and Mason Greenwood are the top scorers. With seven assists, Paul Pogba leads the team on the assist list. Harry Maguire was suspended due to a red card in the last match, while Paul Pogba, Mason Greenwood, Luke Shaw, Edinson Cavani, and Raphael Varane are out injured.