How to watch Chelsea vs Man United Premier League live and match preview
Can Manchester United put a difficult week behind them as they take on Premier League leaders Chelsea? Here's how you can watch.
Chelsea picked up where they left off after the international break when they hammered Leicester City 3-0 away from home last week. They sit 3 points clear at the top of the Premier League table with a goal difference of 26.
Manchester United fell to a crushing 4-1 loss to Watford and it was the straw that broke the camel's back, with Ole Gunnar Solskjær dismissed as manager in the days that followed. Michael Carrick has stepped into a caretaker role, winning his first match in midweek, a Champions League victory over Villarreal.
When is Chelsea vs Man United?
This match kicks off at 3:30am AEDT on Monday 29 November at Stamford Bridge in Chelsea.
How to watch Chelsea vs Man United live
All matches of the Premier League are broadcast live and exclusively via Optus Sport. You can check out our full Premier League viewing guide for more details.
Stream Chelsea vs Man United on Optus Sport
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Who will win Chelsea vs Manchester United?
Thomas Tuchel's impressive tenure in charge of Chelsea has continued with only 4 goals conceded in 12 Premier League matches this season. Manchester United on the other hand are again making changes at the top with the hunt on for a sixth manager since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson.
To put that in perspective the 6 managers combined will have led the club in 471 matches. Ferguson was at the helm for 1,500 matches. Manchester United have the weaponry to cause problems, but the system has been breaking down and perhaps another change at the top can work some way to getting things back on track.
Chelsea look impenetrable at the back and solid all over the park and despite the danger of the "bounce back factor" that comes when a coach or manager is dismissed, we feel they will have the answers here.
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