Manchester United take on the visitors Chelsea in the postponed round 32 match of English Premier League. The match will be played on Thursday, May 24th at Old Trafford (Manchester).
Manchester United have had a rather inconsistent season under ten Hag. They seemed to perform well in knockout formats. Already in winter, Erik and his new charges lifted the League Cup, thus marking the beginning of trophy celebrations in their new home. Additionally, there will be another cup final, albeit not against "Newcastle," but against their neighbors, "City." They managed to reach the final through sheer luck, as a player from Brighton made a mistake during the prolonged penalty shootout. However, their Europa League campaign ended in failure after defeating Barcelona and Real Betis, losing to Sevilla. The Premier League season has been equally inconsistent. It will be hard to forget the 0-7 defeat against Liverpool, among other painful setbacks. Nevertheless, the main goal for Manchester United is to secure a top-four finish in the Premier League. Defeats against Brighton and West Ham, combined with Liverpool's resurgence, have put that goal in question. However, they managed to defeat Wolverhampton. After a 1-0 win against Bournemouth and Liverpool's simultaneous setback, they extended the gap to three points with games in hand. Now, even draws would be enough to secure an early return to the Champions League.
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Chelsea were nurtured by Abramovich. One can only imagine his feelings when he looks at what has become of his beloved creation in the year since the forced sale. No, the new investors led by Bowley spare no expense on newcomers, if anything, they overspend. However, they acquire players haphazardly, and there is plenty of chaos: they have had three full-time managers in less than a season. And now, in effect, Pochettino is expected to take up responsibilities (not necessarily in terms of training). He will face a simple yet challenging task: lifting the "Blues" from the bottom. It is impossible to describe this season any other way. Their chances of qualifying for the Champions League, or even just European competitions, have long been lost. Essentially, Mudrick and his company are going through the "mandatory program," giving the impression that they are not particularly motivated to correct anything. Lampard only managed to win in May, against an unmotivated Bournemouth, thanks to late goals. But then came new setbacks, including a 0-1 loss to an unmotivated Manchester City celebrating their title defense.
An intriguing consistency: the clubs have played each other five times, resulting in either 0-0 draws or, as it was in the autumn, 1-1 draws. There is no need to seek intrigue where it does not exist. Manchester United simply must defeat their crisis-ridden opponent at home, and they will do so.
Prediction for the match: Manchester United to win.