According to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Chelsea FC will have a significant favorable position in front of the Blues' FA Cup standoff with his Manchester United side at Wembley on Sunday evening.
Chelsea head into the semi-last standoff at Wembley having beaten Norwich City 1-0 at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday night in the Premier League to help their expectations of finishing in the English premiership top four elite position.
Meanwhile, the Red devils,will have 48 hours less to recuperate for Sunday's down after they took on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Thursday night in the Premier League.
Solskjaer concludes that he isn't content with the manner in which the fixtures has been orchestrated ahead of the preparation to the semi-final FA Cup game Sunday evening.
Talking in a meeting cited by Metro, Solskjaer said before Manchester United's excursion to Crystal Palace: "There is a worry, clearly, that they [Chelsea FC] will have had 48 hours more rest than us [before Sunday].
It's not reasonable. We talked about a reasonable planning going into this restart and obviously it isn't, I need to consider Thursday, winning that one, concentrating on that one, and afterward get the pieces after that."
Chelsea FC will finish their Premier League season with games against Liverpool FC and Wolves in their last two fixture's.
Manchester United, then, will take on West Ham United and Leicester City in their last two Premier League games after Sunday's cup game.
As things stand, Frank Lampard's Chelsea FC side are third in the Premier League table with two games left to play, as the Blues focus on Champions League sport in the England midfielder's first year in control at Stamford Bridge.
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