David de Gea – Could potentially be our most important players on Sunday.
Daley Blind – I think he’ll be singled out by Diego Costa for some roughing up. Hopefully he can cope.
Chris Smalling – A mainstay in our defence.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson – He’s now cemented himself as our starting left-back I’d say.
Morgan Schneiderlin – Wasn’t in against Stoke City but simply has to play at Chelsea.
Michael Carrick – Returned on Tuesday and showed how important his forward passes are.
Anthony Martial – Chelsea, and more specifically Branislav Ivanovic, will be in cold sweats on Saturday night thinking about defending against him.
Juan Mata – He’ll start against his former team and let’s hope he can shine in the No.10 role.
Jesse Lingard – Pace is key for United so it’s a toss-up between Lingard and Memphis on the right.
Wayne Rooney – Back in form and scoring goals consistently, Chelsea will be worried about him.
Formation – 4-2-3-1: It’s a 4-2-3-1 on paper but I think Schneiderlin will sit deeper to create a more traditional 4-3-3 in attack.