As the rivalry between Chelsea and Manchester united continues to grow, the two clubs will be meeting on sunday at Wembley stadium for the semi-final quarter of FA cup.
However, Manchester United will be looking create a record of beating Chelsea for complete four times a season on sunday. These two teams have already met 3 times this season with Solskjaer's side coming out as the better team. But this time around I don't think they will escape or survive Chelsea's wrath that Lampard is yet to unleash tomorrow evening.
Chelsea's starting Lineup
- Arizarbalagar Kepa
- Antonio Rudiger
- César Azpilicueta
- Marcos Alonso
- N'golo Kante
- Mateo Kovacic
- Christian Pulisic
Antonio Rudiger could partner Kurt Zouma at the heart of defence, with Cesar Azpilicueta and Reece James in the full back-positions, and Kepa Arrizabalaga between the sticks.
A three man midfield of N'golo Kante, Jorginho and Kovacic with Jorginho obviously lying deep at the defensive midfield position. This trio could provide a major platform for Christian Pulisic and Willian to wreak havoc in the attack.
A reliable striker in person of Olivier Giroud guarantees goals. A set up like this only guarantees a sure qualification for Chelsea to the FA Cup Finals
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