This fixture has produced fireworks in the past and you can expect no different on Bonfire Night when United visit the champions this weekend for what is always an eagerly-awaited occasion. The Reds are in fine form in all competitions, currently second in the Premier League and on the brink of qualification for the UEFA Champions League knockout stages. Chelsea, meanwhile, will be glad to return to domestic action after boss Antonio Conte endured a disappointing return to Italy in Tuesday night’s 3-0 beating at the hands of Roma. A win on Sunday would be crucial if the Blues are to be considered genuine title contenders, while the pressure will be on United regardless of the result from Sunday’s earlier match between Manchester City and Arsenal. Add into the mix the return of Jose Mourinho to Stamford Bridge and the stage is set for another explosive encounter.