Both the two clubs are currently fighting for the top-4 race, as to be able to qualify for next season Champions League.
Meanwhile, the Ole Gunnar Solskjær side have received a good news, ahead of their clash against the Thomas Tuchel's side. And, the good news could actually give Manchester united 3 points at Stamford Bridge.
It's very blatant that, Chelsea and Manchester united clash is more like a derby match. As, the two sides always want to show superiority in going tough and rough against each other.
According to Samuelluckhurst, he reported that, Manchester united's Paul Pogba could return from his thigh injury to face Chelsea on February 28th. As, the Frenchman is currently dealing with his injury issues.
Paul Pogba availability against Chelsea is indeed a good news for Manchester united. As, the Frenchman would be able to hold and guide the Red Devils midfield.
Both the Ole Gunnar Solskjær men and the Thomas Tuchel's men, are damned talented and brilliant. However, having Pogba at Manchester united's midfield would definitely trouble the Blues.
No Manchester united's midfielder can handle the Blues at the midfield like Paul Pogba. Though, Chelsea have N'Golo Kante, who's able and capable to singlehandedly control the midfield. But, Pogba presence in the squad would certainly make him restless.
The Ole Gunnar Solskjær men have got the best chance to win massively against Chelsea on February ending. Since, the Frenchman could possibly return to face the Thomas Tuchel's men at Stamford Bridge.
Although, Chelsea are currently balling in Premier League, having bagged 4 matches unbeaten in a row under Tuchel. But, the France international could help the Red Devils to successfully defeat Chelsea.
In a nutshell, Manchester united have received a good news ahead of their clash against Chelsea, on February 28th. As, Paul Pogba could return from his thigh injury to be able to face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Can Paul Pogba help Manchester united to defeat Chelsea?
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