10. Manchester United and Chelsea played each other five times last season, the Blues coming out on top with three wins, a draw and a loss. Chelsea are 2.85 to win this fixture.
9. The Blues beat United at Old Trafford in the league last term and forced a 2-2 away draw in the FA Cup. Jose Mourinho’s men are 1.50 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
8. United manager David Moyes got his new rein underway with a 4-1 victory over Swansea last weekend despite retaining just 46.3% of possession. United are 2.47 to beat Chelsea.
7. These sides have drawn just two of their last 14 meetings. Another tie is priced at 3.40.
6. They haven’t shared a 0-0 draw since May 2007 at Stamford Bridge. Over the past 22 meetings since then, both teams have netted on 15 occasions. They are 1.53 to both score on Monday night.
5. During his first spell as Chelsea manager, Mourinho boasted a W5 D3 L1 record against Manchester United. The Blues are 2.00 to win Draw No Bet.
4. Chelsea have won their first two games of the new campaign, scoring twice in both matches. They are 2.08 to score over 1.5 goals at Old Trafford.
3. United, meanwhile, recorded eight shots on target against Swansea as Robin van Persie netted his second brace in two games. The Dutchman is 4.40 to score first.
2. Frank Lampard opened his account for the new season with a goal against Hull last weekend. The England international netted 23 goals for club and country last season and is 4.20 to score again.
1. United and Chelsea have won a combined eight of the last nine Premier League titles. The Red Devils are 3.90 third-favourites for the championship with Chelsea a close second at 3.20