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Manchester United

David De Gea has helped Man Utd salvage their season, so must be kept

Will this weekend's installment of the Manchester derby be more roller derby or "derby" derby? Join Anthony and former professional footballer turned current pundit Ian Fiveankles to find out!
David De Gea was just a fresh-faced 20-year-old when he was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in 2011.
David De Gea has made giant strides since he first arrived at the club.

If Sir Alex Ferguson was still in charge of Manchester United, this would be the moment in which he invoked the memory of infamous racehorse Devon Loch. Only an inexplicable collapse like that of the race leader at the 1956 Grand National could cost Chelsea the title now and Ferguson was never afraid to employ the Loch analogy in an effort to ratchet up the pressure on his rivals. But let us not deceive ourselves. Injuries have come thick and fast for United and even a heavy win at Stamford Bridge...

 By Musa Okwonga

Falcao hinders an otherwise solid Man United performance vs. Chelsea

Chelsea have one hand on the Premier League title after Eden Hazard fired them to a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea edge closer to the Premier League title with a 1-0 victory over Manchester United.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he's pleased that his side dominated the match despite their loss against Chelsea.
Former Chelsea man Craig Burley breaks down Mourinho's content to sit back and let United play while still picking up all three points.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Eden Hazard (54') Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

Eden Hazard's first-half goal was decisive for Chelsea in their 1-0 win vs. Manchester United, though Louis Van Gaal's side should take heart from a game in which they missed several of their starters yet dominated play and possession for long periods.

Chelsea's defensive tactics paid them the ultimate compliment, with the visitors creating the bulk of the chances. This match felt like the prelude to a sustained Manchester United title challenge next season, and it's a defeat -- though ending their...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Chelsea pull off typical Jose Mourinho performance in beating Man United 1-0

Chelsea have one hand on the Premier League title after Eden Hazard fired them to a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea edge closer to the Premier League title with a 1-0 victory over Manchester United.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he's pleased that his side dominated the match despite their loss against Chelsea.
Former Chelsea man Craig Burley breaks down Mourinho's content to sit back and let United play while still picking up all three points.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Eden Hazard (54') Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United

LONDON -- A trio of thoughts from Chelsea's 1-0 win over Manchester United, a win that takes Jose Mourinho's side 10 points clear in the Premier League.

1. Hazard hauls Chelsea closer to the finish line

Two more victories and the Premier League title is Chelsea's, though in truth, they have been league champions-in-waiting since August. Saturday's victory over Manchester United, who should be their nearest challengers next season after another summer of spending, was secured in typical Jose...

 By Nick Miller

Man United & Chelsea with plenty to ponder ahead of Prem showdown

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop looks ahead to Chelsea vs. Manchester United and whether Louis van Gaal's men can reignite the title race.

Ahead of Manchester United's trip to champions-elect Chelsea, here are five questions to consider as Louis van Gaal looks to halt Jose Mourinho's march to the title ...

1. Will this be the true test of Manchester United's recovery?

You could make the argument that in their recent run of excellent form and performances, United have not yet faced anyone of particularly high quality. While of course three of their past four were Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City, the cynic could say Tottenham's...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Can Man United spark a Premier League title race by beating Chelsea?

The FC TV panel have had their say, but what do you think? Vote now!

The weekend's biggest game in the Premier League is at Stamford Bridge, where league-leading Chelsea host in-form Manchester United on Saturday.

Louis van Gaal's side have won their last six league games since the defeat at Swansea in mid-February, beating Tottenham, Liverpool and Man City along the way.

Meanwhile, Chelsea haven't lost since January 1 in the Premier League but needed an 88th minute goal from Cesc Fabregas to beat QPR last weekend, with other recent victories over Hull and Stoke...

David De Gea would be wrong to swap United adulation for Madrid circus

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe says a return to Spain is an option David De Gea has considered, and believes Real Madrid would be tempted to sell Gareth Bale.

How many clubs have fans who chant the name of their goalkeeper on a weekly basis? David De Gea seems to be on his own when it comes to a goalkeeper being hailed as a hero by supporters.

It's not as if having a world-class goalkeeper is unknown to the Old Trafford crowd, though. In the Premier League era, Manchester United have seen some of the greatest goalkeepers the game has ever known in the likes of Peter Schmeichel and Edwin van der Sar, yet the fans were fairly indifferent towards them.

They...