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Watch Chelsea vs Manchester United Live Stream Free 5 Feb 2012




Watch Chelsea vs Man Utd Live Stream Free 5 Feb 2012

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Chelsea’s failure to mount any kind of title challenge this season has led to inevitable pressure on rookie boss Andre Villas-Boas, and it’s the champions who make the trip to Stamford Bridge in the big game of the weekend.

A ground which was once a fortress now stands with its portcullis raised; visiting teams no longer fear heading to Fulham Broadway. Chelsea did not suffer a single home defeat under the stewardship of Jose Mourinho, while the club’s record under the ownership of Roman Abramovich was exemplary. But with three losses in their last seven league home games, starting with that amazing 5-3 reverse to Arsenal, have shown this Chelsea to be far from impregnable on home turf. Chelsea have won only twice in the Premier League since December 12, the day they beat Manchester City. Since then they have dropped vital points in draws with Wigan, Fulham, Norwich and Swansea – the last only due to a last minute own goal. They have lost once, at home to Aston Villa, but those draws have seriously damaged their Champions League hopes as Newcastle and Liverpool have closed in. United won the game at Old Trafford in September 3-1, but the match was more notable for the horror miss from Fernando Torres than the actual result. United led 3-1 when Torres infamously fired wide with an open goal at his mercy. What made it more remarkable was that Torres had already scored a fine goal, and if he had netted the second a grandstand finish was sure to follow. He missed, Chelsea lost. Now, almost five months on, little has changed for the once prolific Spaniard who has gone 12 league games without a goal, his longest drought since arriving in England. But he can point to a personal scoring record against United which has brought four goals in his last seven Premier League games against them. His manager’s unwavering support has finally shown cracks over the past week, with Villas-Boas talking up the importance of the absent Didier Drogba. Maybe patience is finally running out. With John Terry injured and Ashley Cole suspended – he has played every Premier League match since April 2010 – Chelsea need to find a solution but there is no obvious choice. Gary Cahill, Branislav Ivanovic, Jose Bosingwa or Paulo Ferreira could play out of position, or young full-back Ryan Bertrand could be drafted in. No option is ideal with Antonio Valencia the threat for the opposition on that wing. Frank Lampard is doubtful, Drogba and Salomon Kalou are at the African Nations Cup and Ramires is likely to be out for another three weeks. Villas-Boas could be forgiven for praying to the heavens. At least they can point to recent form which shows Chelsea are unbeaten in their last nine Premier League home games against the Red Devils. For United, who have won five of the last six matches in all competitions against Chelsea, and conceded only four goals in their last 10 visits, the main concern comes between the sticks. Anders Lindegaard looked to have claimed the number one spot before turning an ankle in training, while David de Gea’s confidence floated away down the River Irwell long ago. Does Sir Alex Ferguson stick with midweek debutant Ben Amos or turn back to the jittery De Gea, back after a virus?Ashley Young, Nani and Tom Cleverley provide a much-needed boost to numbers in the centre of the park while Wayne Rooney is over his ankle problem and should return which means that, other than the goalkeeping situation, Nemanja Vidic and Darren Fletcher are the only real injury concerns.The game is the next chapter of a crucial part of the season which always looked capable of deciding United’s hopes of retaining the title. With Liverpool to come next week and a trip to Tottenham on the horizon, United look to follow up the victory at Arsenal two weeks ago with another three-point haul on the road at the Bridge. It would add to a run which has seen United win three league games on the bounce, scoring seven goals and letting in only one.

Chelsea player to watch: Gary Cahill – The absence of Terry through injury and Cole due to suspension means Cahill is likely to win a belated Premier League debut for Chelsea – against the champions and title challengers. Cahill is going to have to adapt to life at one of the Premier League’s top clubs instantly if United are to be kept at bay. Man United player to watch: David De Gea – With De Gea set to recover from illness to replace Ben Amos between the sticks, all eyes will be on the goalkeeper who is desperate to find some confidence from somewhere. Whether he can hold on to it is another matter. Chelsea should use the aerial ball and pressure space around De Gea on corners.

Key Battle: Antonio Valencia v Chelsea’s left-back – The absence of Ashley Cole causes Villas-Boas a real headache with no natural experienced left-back on the books. With United winger Valencia perhaps in the form of his United career whoever is asked to plug the gap will have their work cut out.

Trivia: Ray Wilkins was Chelsea’s youngest-ever captain, and took on the armband at Manchester United after being transferred to Old Trafford following the Blues’ relegation in 1979. But he lost the United captaincy two years later when Ron Atkinson brought Bryan Robson across from West Bromwich Albion.

Stats: Chelsea have lost as many times in their last seven league games (three) as they had in the previous 53 matches at Stamford Bridge. Man Utd have the best away record in the Premier League accruing 26 points so far and conceding fewer goals than any other team on the road (seven).

Prediction: There could be goals in this match with Chelsea missing key defenders and United eager to take advantage. United could take the away win by the odd goal in five.

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