The Premier League continues on Thursday night with a high-profile fixture at Old Trafford when Man United host Chelsea.
This is the first time the two sides are clashing on a Thursday night in the top flight, and it promises to be a big match.
Ahead of the clash, here is all you need to know.
Chelsea vs Man United head to head
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Chelsea have won one of their past 10 meetings with Manchester United in all competitions
The Blues’ last two wins against the Red Devuks were both at Wembley in the FA Cup – the semi-final in 2020 and the final in 2018
The Blues are seeking to beat Man United in the Premier League for the first time since November 2017 when Alvaro Morata scored the only goal at Stamford Bridge
Chelsea have lost just two of their 29 Premier League games against Man United when they have opened the scoring
This is the first time Man United and Chelsea are meeting on a THursday in the Premier League
Man Utd are unbeaten in their last eight meetings in the competition against Chelsea (three wins, five draws)
United are unbeaten in the last eight Premier League meetings at Old Trafford against Chelsea
Chelsea’s last victory at Old Trafford was in May 2013 when Juan Mata’s 87th-minute goal secured all three points for the Blues
With Chelsea’s superior goal difference, seven points from their remaining six games, should be enough for Thomas Tuchel’s side to secure top four
Chelsea are hoping to extend their new club record of consecutive away wins in all competitions to nine
The Blues have won their last away Premier League gaimes with an aggregate score of 14-1
Tuchel’s outfit have the second-best away record in the Premier League this season (behind Man City) with 36 points (11 wins) from 16 games
Only Manchester City (eight) have conceded fewer away league goals than Chelsea in the top flight this term (nine from 16 games)
The Blues have the highest goals-to-shots ratio in the Premier League (20 per cent)
Chelsea have not been losing at half-time in any of their 32 Premier League games this season
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Manchester United have lost three of their last four Premier League games and have won two of their last eight
Man Utd are looking to avoid losing three consecutive Premier League games for the first time since December 2015 when Louis van Gaal was in charge
Bruno Fernandes is the first United player to miss the target with two penalties in a Premier League season since Teddy Sheringham in 1997/98
Only Leeds United’s Illan Meslier (125) has made more saves in the Premier League this term than David de Gea (116)
Chelsea have never come up against Ralf Rangnick before either as a manager or player
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