Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men did the double against Frank Lampard's team in the Premier League, With a 4–0 and 2–0 win, and also a 2–1 win in the Carabao cup quarter final.
United will be hoping to continue that winning record against Chelsea this season, in the F.A cup semi finals on Sunday, 19 July.
In this article, we will be looking at the three reasons why Manchester United could defeat Chelsea again on Sunday, to progress to the F.A cup finals.
1. Manchester United Form
Manchester United stretched their unbeaten run to 19 games, with a 2–0 win against Crystal Palace, in their last Premier League game.
United has kept 13 clean sheets, and scored 50 goals in their 19 games unbeaten games run.
The Manchester United team are currently high on confidence, with inform players like Bruno Fernandes, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, and Paul Pogba. United would be the favorites in the F.A clash against Chelsea.
2. Chelsea Defensive Problems
Manchester United will look to take advantage of the Chelsea's shaky defense to defeat them.
Chelsea defense has been their biggest problem this season, as they have lacked the solidity and organization needed to prevent attackers from scoring cheap goals against them.
The Chelsea defense has been relatively easy to exploit this season, from Set-piece, counter attack and from open play.
With the Manchester United potent and clinical attackers, of Rashford, Greenwood, Fernandes and Martial, Chelsea will struggle to keep them at Bay.
3. Opportunity Of Winning A Trouphy
Manchester United could derive extra motivation to win Chelsea, with the mindset of winning a silverware this summer.
Beating Chelsea and progressing to the finals of the competition, could present Manchester United with the chance of winning their first trouphy under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
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