Manchester United visit Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea in a huge Premier League clash. Here’s our combined XI of the two teams.
David De Gea (Manchester United)
Petr Cech has had a more solid season for Chelsea this term, and recently earned the second most clean sheets in Premier League history. The Blues custodian only trails David James, who played 572 matches in the English top flight and earned 169 shutouts. Cech’s 150 clean sheets in 313 matches are a far superior ratio.
However, few can match Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea for reflexes and acrobatic saves, and the Manchester United man is on course to develop into one of the best in his position globally.