One of the biggest matches of this month is about to go down on Sunday at the Wembley stadium. Manchester United and Chelsea will meet for their FA Cup semi-final fixture to determine who heads for the finals.
why Chelsea might still lose the match.
1, Last five games - looking at Chelsea last five games, they have lost twice and won thrice. Manchester United, on the other hand, has won four of their last five matches and drew once. A major boost for the reds.
2, Impressive form - it is no longer news that United has been in a remarkable form not just since the restart of football, but also since the arrival of playmaker Bruno Fernandez. The front trio of Martial, Rashford, and Greenwood always sends fear down the spine of every team up against them. Blues boss Lampard confirmed it in his pre-match preview that the trio with support from midfield maestro's will destroy any Team.
3, Head to head Stats - Manchester United have played against Chelsea thrice this season and were victorious in all games. So to say the least, United has been tipped 100% to make it up to four wins. Which will surely be insight on Sunday? Not my compilation, see the stats for yourself.
4, Midfield Partnership -
Manchester United midfielder partnership since January has given them 50 goals and they have gone 19 games unbeaten. Pogba, Matic, and Bruno have made sure that united lacked nothing in their midfield since the second half of this season. So comes Sunday they might as well perform wonders to give united the win for the night.
5, Depths and strength of the squad -
To prepare well for the Sunday clash, United boss Ole Gunner had to start Scott and rest tired Matic in weekday premier league clash against Crystal Palace. With the strength and availability of players, Chelsea will have a hard time defeating United on Sunday.
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