Chelsea v Manchester United is the biggest game in the Premier League this weekend. The Blues have four wins and two draws in six Premier League games since appointing Thomas Tuchel and will be looking to make ground on the top four when the Reds visit Stamford Bridge.
Both teams got the job done in Europe during the week, although Chelsea still have their second leg tie against Atletico Madrid to play after beating them 1-0 on Tuesday night. United completed their Europa League formalities against Real Sociedad winning 4-0 over two legs.
In the league, however, Chelsea picked up a point against Southampton last time out, while United beat Newcastle 3-1. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows our league form needs to be better.