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Prediction Time: Mark Lawreson predicts Manchester United vs Chelsea scoreline

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Chelsea travels to the Old Trafford on Sunday to take on Manchester United with the Champions League spot on the line.

The Blues sit at the 4th place and a loss could derail our chances for the Champions League qualification, however, a win for Chelsea would effectively end United’s chances for the top 4 and that would be SWEEEEET!

Manchester United are not in the best of the form for the past few weeks and Mark Lawrenson thinks that it could mean advantage Chelsea:

“Manchester United are all over the place at the moment, with seven defeats in their past nine matches in what is their worst run of results since 1988-89.

“Seeing them line up with five at the back at home against City on Wednesday was almost an admission that they could not afford to lose that game, but they really need to win this one to keep alive their hopes of making the top four.

“Yes, we saw a reaction against City after their awful performance against Everton, but if you look through United’s team they have got some very ordinary players.

“Chelsea arguably need all three points too, especially after they were held by Burnley on Monday. Their frustration in that game was obvious, and I think they might find this match is little bit more open.

“I think Tottenham will finish third but who takes fourth spot might not be settled until the final week of the season.

“I am backing Chelsea to take it. Arsenal are not good enough away from home, and United are not good enough full-stop.”

A win could help Chelsea secure the 4th spot in the Premier League. Hopefully, the players will be up for it!

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Karan is the Chief Content Officer at Limit Infinity and has been been one of the major force behind our football communities. As an ardent Chelsea fan, he regularly contributes to Chelsea Season and Banterbox.co A biotech graduate, He loves for football, cricket, wrestling. and music. You can connect with him me Twitter and LinkedIn

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