Another season. Another title. Do you seriously think Fergie will take his foot off the gas for this Sunday’s meeting with Chelsea? Nor do we. There’s loads to look forward to here. There’s Handshake-gate with Rafa – will they or won’t they for what is Benitez’s last United game as Chelsea boss?

There are records for United to break, too. They have scored in 66 successive Premier League games and we reckon that will be 67 by 17.45 on Sunday evening.

If previous encounters are anything to go by then we should see plenty goals with 19 scored in the last four. Chelsea really need to secure that CL qualifying berth so expect them to go all out, but remember it’s been four years since they’ve managed a win at Old Trafford.
They’ll have to contend with a revitalised RVP, who has just busted United’s Premier League record goals with 25 in his debut season, nudging ahead of Brian McClair’s 24.

We’re looking forward to a quality game rammed with goals and for Fergie to be smiling at full-time and on the look out in case RVP tries to mow him down in the technical area after scoring.

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