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Starting XI: Manchester United v Chelsea – Barclays U21 Premier League 2015/16

Manchester United U21’s face Chelsea in the Barclays U21 Premier League at Old Trafford this evening. United last played more than three weeks ago, drawing 1-1 with Liverpool, which was enough to earn them the top spot yet again. Since then, Sunderland has played a few matches, now playing four more matches than United, sitting at the top of the league with a five-point cushion, which may not be enough for them to win the U21 league this season. United have four more matches to play after this evening, meaning Sunderland have just one more match to play. United have it all to win. Manchester City currently sits in third place, playing one more match than United but sit ten points adrift of the Red Devils. This is the first time United have played Chelsea this season, their first match earlier in the season had been postponed and was due to be played on the 20th March, but was postponed again. Come on UNITED!

Manchester United:

Johnstone;

Riley, Jones, Williams, Borthwick-Jackson;

Varela, Love, McNair, Weir;

Pereira, Young

Substitutes:

J. Pereira, El Fitouri, Rothwell, Redmond, McTominay

Chelsea:

Beeney:

Tamouri, Clarke-Salker, Aina;

Dabo, Ali, Palmer, Colket, Quintero;

Abraham, Mitchell

Substitutes:

Fern, Baxter, Sammut, Colley

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