NO Rooney, no van Persie, no chance. Maybe that's a slight exaggeration because you can never write off Man United but I really fancy Chelsea today.
Jose Mourinho has never lost to Davie Moyes as a manager and the Blues were the better side when they drew 0-0 at Old Trafford earlier in the season.
Chelsea don't have a Rooney, Suarez or Aguero but they have Mourinho who is probably worth a goal of a start in matches like these.
The Blues have won five of their last six and eight out of nine at home in the league and netted in every Premier outing at Stamford Bridge where of course Mourinho has never lost a league match.
It's a big price for the away but Chelsea just seem to be running into form and should nick it with home advantage.
It's possible as Chelsea have beaten Man City and Liverpool 2-1 at home this season and if they go behind United won't sit back and will look to attack.
Picking a first scorer isn't easy but as has been mentioned on the site earlier Eden Hazard looks decent value after hitting three in his last four games. He is 8-1 at Betvictor to net first and 13-5 at anytime against a defence that has been less than rock solid.
(4-5, Paddy Power)
Hazard to score
Both teams to score
(5-2, Coral – see separate post)