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Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte will lead their teams at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Manchester United and Chelsea will meet for the 150th time, and the 50th in the Premier League, when they face off at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Chelsea enter the match with a 93 percent chance of winning the Premier League title, according to FiveThirtyEight's Soccer Power Index (SPI), and currently need 15 points to win the league for the fifth time and the second time in the last three seasons.

Manchester United have a 40 percent chance of defeating Chelsea, according to FiveThirtyEight's Soccer Power Index (SPI).

They are currently on their longest unbeaten Premier League run against United, having gone eight meetings -- four wins and four draws -- without a loss. That includes a 4-0 victory at Stamford Bridge on Oct. 23, which marked former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho's largest defeat while managing a Premier League side.

That loss also marked United's most recent in the Premier League, as their 21-game unbeaten run remains the longest in Europe's top five leagues.

Manchester United's eight-game winless streak against Chelsea is its longest against any opponent in Premier League history.

Despite having drawn five of their last six home league games, United have still scored 21 home goals this campaign -- two more than they did at this stage last year under Louis van Gaal.

They look good to add to that total on Sunday. Chelsea have gone nine games without a clean sheet and have not gone 10 or more Premier League games without one since 1996.

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