Jose Mourinho has made four changes to the Manchester United side who lined up against Liverpool last weekend.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has no injury issues of note heading into the weekend game against Stoke City at the Bet 365 Stadium.
Records were set and equalled by Chelsea as they only just managed to beat a resilient Stoke City side in a 6-goal thriller.
Chelsea are on the verge of equaling a Premier League record, as they come up against a Stoke City side still smarting from the defeat to Liverpool in the last round of games.
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It was a less than convincing performance from the Gunners, but one marked with many positives such as the successful return of Hector Bellerin, Mesut Ozil’s good form and Theo Walcott’s 100th goal. The fact that they managed to get a the numbers in their favour on the scoresheet despite not playing to their best, is a mark of Champions, something that they are without a shadow of a doubt contending for.
Goals from Iwobi, Ozil and Walcott ensured that Arsenal went on top of the Premier League table, if only for the time being.
Chelsea and Stoke City are reportedly interested in and are monitoring the development of AC Milan defender Moris Sportelli
Stoke City make the journey to Manchester to face Manchester United at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho's side has won all eight previous home fixtures against Stoke.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho had rested some key players in the Red Devils' midweek Europa League clash, but the big guns are back for the game against Stoke.