Sarri gives injury update ahead of Manchester United clash

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The Blues did not have much of a problem returning from the first worldwide break of the season.

Manchester United players are reportedly passing around clips of club legends making mistakes as they react to recent criticism. Perhaps, a dogged beast is what explains United the best.

The win over Newcastle gave Mourinho some respite but if they lose on his return to Chelsea this Saturday his position will once again be under the microscope. "We are talking about two months".

The only player who looks set to miss the game, as as per Physio Room, is Ethan Ampadu, who suffered a knee injury during Wales' defeat to Spain over the global break.

Azpilicueta will continue on the right-hand side of defence.

The midfield three should consist of the usual culprits - N'Golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic and Jorginho.

"This season seems a bit hard now but the season is still long and they still have a lot of competitions to play".

Sarri also dismissed a report that the Blues had lost patience with striker Alvaro Morata. Eden Hazard and Pedro should accompany Morata in the three-man attack.

Mourinho added: "Luke fully deserves this contract".

Alonso is set to make up an unchanged back four for Sarri.

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Chelsea welcome United to Stamford Bridge in the Premier League at 12.30pm tomorrow. Fred and Paul Pogba should both start in a midfield three, with the third spot likely to be a toss-up between Marouane Fellaini and Ander Herrera.

Willian is set to get the nod ahead of Pedro for this clash.

The transfer made Shaw the most expensive teenager in world football at the time but his career took a monumental hit in September 2015 when he suffered a double leg-break in a Champions League game against PSV Eindhoven.

"Rather than this whole, "look at what we done in the last half-an-hour against Newcastle United, let's go and do that every week".

However, Sanchez's astronomical £450,000-a-week wages may prove a stumbling block for clubs hoping to sign the player.

This could end up being one of those dull-but-entertaining affairs.

And Scholes thinks Maurizio Sarri will get one over the under pressure Jose Mourinho.

Expect chances to be far and few at Stamford Bridge.

With Premier League top scorer Eden Hazard in sparkling form, with seven goals in eight starts, United are expected to try to stop Chelsea from playing.

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