Video: Chelsea v Manchester United QUIZ! w/Chelsea Fans Channel & Cracks!

Chelsea Fans Channel invited us to take part in a quiz ahead of Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United return to Stamford Bridge! We sent Manuel from YouTube Channel Cracks to represent us against Sophie Rose!

Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge to take on Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon. It has been almost four years since United last left Stamford Bridge with three points in the league, time for another victory to happen. Last season United drew 1-1 with Guus Hiddink’s fallen Chelsea side in a match which could have been so much better for Louis van Gaal’s side, if things were different. United have had a mixed start to the season, winning their first four matches in all competitions, then falling to a three-match losing streak, before winning three in a row, drawing twice and thumping Fenerbahçe 4-1 at Old Trafford on Thursday to open up a six-match unbeaten run, which puts United in a good position, an ever better one if they leave Stamford Bridge with three points, especially with Manchester City on the horizon on Wednesday evening. Do you think Manchester United will beat Chelsea? United will be looking to maintain their current form, which could start something special this season. Seventh might be their position in the Premier League currently, but the summit it not far away.




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