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Rio Ferdinand Gary Neville and Paul

Rio Ferdinand Gary Neville and Paul

Former Tottenham and England midfielder Jermaine Jenas claims it would be a "smart move" from the Manchester United manager to approach the game with a "Jose Mourinho style of play".

Although United's manager, who has twice been in charge at Chelsea, did not reference this, he said: "Would I celebrate like insane if my team scored a goal at Stamford Bridge or my team claimed victory?"

Sarri's reign at Chelsea has gotten off to the best possible start as they are now level on points with Manchester City and Liverpool at the top of the Premier League.

"This is the period that United need to be getting up for the games and I wouldn't be surprised if they come through this period pretty well because they are capable of playing against and matching the good teams". "I had eight players at the beginning of August, then we play every three days, so it is hard to work, to improve the team, to improve the players. I'm 100 per cent Manchester United, there's no space for anything else but respect for the stadium and people who were my friends". "I think that he is a very good coach, one of the best in the world".

"I think I knew how important this season was going to be, especially the start of it coming in the previous year of (my contract)", he said. "I don't think so", Mourinho told a news conference on Friday. As many as eight first-team stars are doubtful or confirmed absentees for the match against Chelsea. "He has won everything everywhere, so probably that means he is right". "To improve the performance, and in the defensive phase, we're giving too many opportunities to the opponents".

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"I witnessed this with Torres, a player who rose to world-class status but then lost his explosive pace and could never get it back,"wrote Carragher".

"The problem is not the way of football, if I like it or not", Sarri added.

Alvaro Morata has picked up in form lately but Giroud is critical to how Chelsea play under Sarri.

Alvaro Morata's form has pleased Maurizio Sarri and we could see the Spaniard make a return to the forward line on Saturday.

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