Manchester United host Chelsea in the Premier League this afternoon.
The match, which comes from Old Trafford, will be shown live on Sky Sports as part of a double bill of Premier League action.
Both of these teams have been struggling for consistent form in recent weeks, with the Red Devils suffering a shock defeat to Newcastle United in their last league game, and Antonio Conte’s Blues beating West Bromwich Albion after two successive losses.
But United’s only victory in the past 14 meetings in all competitions came at home in the league last season.
However, Chelsea’s only goal in four Premier League fixtures at Old Trafford was scored by Didier Drogba in a 1-1 draw in October 2014.
Coverage starts on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event from 2.00pm. Kick-off 2.05pm.
Sky will also show Tottenham’s visit to Crystal Palace from 11.30am on the same channel.
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