Man Utd vs Chelsea kick-off time, TV and live stream details
Manchester United and Chelsea lock horns once again on Saturday when the Blues head up to Old Trafford.
The two sides played each other four times last season; Utd winning both Premier League encounters and their League Cup clash, while Chelsea emerged victorious in their FA Cup semi-final.
Man Utd have endured a rollercoaster start to the season, with the lows of heavy home defeats to Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur replaced in recent days by a 4-1 win at Newcastle and another late win away at PSG in the Champions League.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has seen his side win just two of their opening five Premier League fixtures, with two of their last three ending in 3-3 draws, but kept a clean sheet midweek against Sevilla.
What time is Man Utd vs Chelsea?
Saturday’s clash at Old Trafford is the third of four Premier League games being played that day, kicking off at 5.30pm.
Earlier in the day, Manchester City go to West Ham for the 12.30pm fixture, before a London derby at 3pm between newly-promoted Fulham and Crystal Palace.
Champions Liverpool host Sheffield United in the day’s late kick-off at 8pm.
Man Utd vs Chelsea TV channel and live stream
Anyone wanting to watch the game live can find it on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League from 5pm.
Subscriptions to Sky Sports will be required, which will also allow fans to stream the match on Sky Go or Now TV apps.
Fans wanting to watch Liverpool vs Sheffield Utd at 8pm will need to pay £14.95 to watch it on Sky Sports Box Office.
Man Utd vs Chelsea odds
With four wins and two defeats from their last six matches in all competitions, United head into Saturday’s clash as form favourites – but only narrow betting favourites.
United are 7/5 with thepools.com to win at Old Trafford, with the visitors only slightly longer at 7/4.
But the venue is the issue. Each of United’s two defeats this season have come at Old Trafford, the second an absolute mullering by Spurs. And Frank Lamaprd’s men haven’t lost on the road this season.
While United were winning in Paris on Wednesday night Chelsea were keeping a rare clean sheet at home to Sevilla.
Prior to that they were shipping three goals at home to Southampton and with Over 2.5 goals produced in three of the last four meetings between these two clubs, Over 2.5 goals scored in all seven United matches this season and Over 2.5 in four of Chelsea’s five games prior to Sevilla, Over 2.5 goals is just 8/13 on Saturday.
United to win and Both Teams To Score is 14/5 and for Chelsea to do the same, 10/3.
Following on from his goal for Germany in the Nations League against Switzerland, Timo Werner scored twice in Chelsea’s 3-3 draw with Southampton last weekend and he is 5/1 to score first on Saturday and 6/4 any time.
Odds collected from thepools.com and are subject to change.